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Submitted by Arsenic13 1320d ago | preview

F.3.A.R. Multiplayer Modes Sound Sick | Hell Descent

Hell Descent: The F.E.A.R. game’s multiplayer portions were never all too great. With awful melee combat in the first, and uninspired modes in the second; it felt like multiplayer was just an afterthought. That doesn’t seem to be the case this time. Third time’s the charm after all. F.3.A.R.‘s multiplayer modes are looking damn interesting. Not to mention these modes are gaining inspiration from both John Carpenter (The Thing, Halloween) and Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) who also penned the games story mode. Multiplayer and horror don’t usually mix very well, but we have a new found hope for F.3.A.R.‘s online component. (F.3.A.R, F.E.A.R. 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Neurotoxin  +   1320d ago
Sick? I hope its not contagious.

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