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As far as I know, the first F.E.A.R. game has trophies. The graphics will probably be a little rough around the edges. However, it will be forgivable, as the story is awesome and the game is scary - moreso than the second one.

F.E.A.R. 3 is definitely a bit more run-n-gun, but as the article states, that's kind of in the spirit of the whole franchise. While it might not be as scary, the "horror" theme is still there with tons of disturbing imagery. Also, t... #10.2
Yes, F.E.A.R. 3 was more action and less scares, but I still enjoyed it more than the second game. I found 3 to be more visually disturbing as far as some of the imagery was concerned. If you can get your hands on the first one, it is by far the best. Either way, enjoy them! It's a great series. #10.1
Her near mispronunciation of the word “aficionado” as “a-fiction-ado” is pretty appropriate, because facts have given way to outright fiction in modern day media.

More disgusting or heinous than any video game violence is the media’s blatant disregard for the truth and their persistent feeding of lies and misinformation to the public. What ever happen to journalistic integrity? The sad truth is that a good portion of their audience will perceive this as truth simply because... #28
AWESOME!!! I just started reading the Wheel of Time series and, aside from being great books, have thought numerous times that they would make great source material for an epic RPG. If this turns out to be true, I am so amped!!! If you're curious about what this game may entail, pick up Eye of the World, the first book in Robert Jordan's series, and give it a read. #1
This title is looking more enticing every time I see it. I knew the game world was supposed to be big, but that map makes it look massive. Best part of the vid: The zombie that's trapped inside the living room trying to get out the window (3:00 mark). He looks ready to eat face! #2
Sherlock Holmes actually looks pretty interesting. I wrote it off without actually even checking it out. This one is making its way onto my radar now. #4
At first, this sounded a little "off the wall", but when I think about it, ND would make a lot of sense. Keeping the realistic, tactical game mechanics would be easy enough for a dev with the talent of ND. Being able to make a really intriguing, full SP campaign to bring in a crowd other than the hardcore shooters is exactly what would keep Socom from regressing as it did before. If anyone can make that kind of campaign, it would be ND. If given the freedom to develop a story ar... #9
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