Reborn sells for $9.99, so it's probably too much to expect a ton of content to be included. When it comes right down to it, F.E.A.R. 2 is still a great first-person shooter game with impressive artificial intelligence, so we won't complain too much. To further make it worth players' while, Reborn includes a is accompanied by a free slo-mo deathmatch multiplayer mode that was present in the first F.E.A.R. game, but strangely missing from the sequel. In it, players can pick up an object that will trigger super reflexes for a short period of time, which makes opponents seem slow and the player fast to everyone else. So, even though players can breeze through the single player content, they can make up for it with fast (or slow, depending on your point of view) paced multiplayer. There's enough here to keep fans interested, but we just wish Reborn didn't turn out feeling like a commercial for the next DLC pack.