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Submitted by Ziriux 2108d ago | review

Koku Gamer: FEAR 2: Toy Soldiers DLC Review

Koku Gamer writes: "FEAR 2 came only with nine multiplayer maps when it shipped in February, compared to most shooters that is not very much. Not only was there less maps than you can count on two hands, but all in all they were not what Monolith has been praised for in the past when it comes to the variation of maps in the previous FEAR title. So let's look at what the first piece of DLC has brought to FEAR 2." (F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.4/10

Funqy  +   2108d ago
Well written, good job.
Fullish  +   2108d ago
Such weird maps.
lilbudman  +   2108d ago
i loved fear 2 a lot
Nathan V  +   2108d ago
Reminds me of Counter-Strike.
WengYong  +   2108d ago
Fully reminds me of Counterstrike
Man I loved those Rats maps !!!!
Cinotix  +   2108d ago
I really love FEAR 2, one under rated game.

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