DualShockers Writes "F.E.A.R. 3 (or F.3.A.R. if you’re a marketing executive) isn’t a great singleplayer game. It’s fine, competent even, but Day One Studios had an unenviable task in trying to wrap up Monolith’s F.E.A.R. series. With two timelines and two highly different styles of horror attempted in its wake, F.E.A.R. 3, well, it tries its best."
There have plenty of great horror games, but others haven't been so lucky as to stick around. They deserve to get a new lease on life.
While it's all good fun thwarting those sorts of villains, here we'll examine another kind entirely: the ones who perhaps don't deserve such a bad reputation and who did bad things for good reasons. These are the most sympathetic enemies who may end up on the wrong side of your gun or sword, but who frequently didn't have much choice in how they got there.