Finalist of the name selection for the sequel of F.E.A.R Hit the jump to see more...
dead echo for sure. Project origin sounds like a code name for an unannounced unnamed game, and dark signal? Meh...
but I have to admit that my first instinct was for "Dead Echo". Origin won me over after a bit of thought. Way too many games out there already use "dead" or "dark".
Aww, so you don't think that 'Dark Death: Dying Darkness' is an awesome name for a game? Pfft. Anyway, the name I submitted was Requiem: The Alma Chronicles. I know, pretty lame sounding in retrospective.
All three are bad but if I had to choose one it would be Dark Signal.
Dark Signal sound good to me.
Project Origin has a nice ring to it.
agreed, something about it sounds nice
what about my suggestion to call it T.E.R.R.O.R. ? >.>
all the way,sounds more like something in FEAR universe, Project Origin,sounds like from some spy game, and Dark Signal Sounds like it's the name of the Regular FPS(i mean it's not sci-fi or horror just plain fps.
I also chose Dead Echo. So many Echo fans?
...all the way. The other two titles just seem too artsy. I like Project Origin because it's directly related to the subject matter. Any way you look at it, though, they're all a little cheesy. Then again, F.E.A.R. was a pretty cheesy title, too. But anyway, the real story here is the article on the rejected names! Boy, they got a laugh out of me!
Why wasn't the name F.E.A.R.E.D. one of the last three name selections? I distinctly remember a N4G user came up with that name for FEAR2. It sounded SO COOL. F.E.A.R.E.D. which is, First Encounter Assault Recon Extreme Division!!! That name works WAY BETTER than the only three available voting choices. Besides that, I voted for Project Origin, since it is 100% relevant to the game. Dead Echo and Dark Signal seem to have no relation to the game.
'cause all the others seems lame to me
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Project Origin gives it more meaning and it sounds more creppy.
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