IGN UK: F.E.A.R. 2 Project Origin Review

IGN UK writes: "In a way, it's nice that Monolith's game got its name back - there's a line of familiarity running right through Project Origin that makes it unmistakably part of the F.E.A.R. family. Kicking off thirty minutes before its predecessor's explosive finale, F.E.A.R. 2 features the same masterfully-paced mixture of teeth-gritting balls-out action and insidious horror that made the original such a critical darling back in 2006. It's a combination that defies all logic and reason, but one that works beautifully."

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Kleptic5341d ago

definitely going to go through the sp at some point...but probably won't buy this...the mp looks weak...just like the first one...but the first one also had an above average sp campaign that was great the first time through...


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F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin Review

Following on the coattails of the highly successful First Encounter Assault Recon, or F.E.A.R., Monolith Soft and publisher Warner Brothers released the highly anticipated F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin.

Set immediately prior to the finale of Point Man’s adventure in F.E.A.R., Project Origin tasks the player, one Sergeant Becket, and his squad with the retrieval and protection of Armacham’s Genevieve Aristide. Shortly after you battle your way through her apartment complex, a mushroom cloud explosion blasts through the city, successfully incapacitating Becket. While passing in and out of consciousness, Becket sees his journey from Aristide’s apartment to a hospital bed where he hallucinates being torn asunder by demons. Upon awakening, Becket finds himself pitted against a team of special ops soldiers cleaning up Armacham’s involvement from the original F.E.A.R.

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Yui_Suzumiya2725d ago

Hahahahha. But seriously, I love this friggin game. Played it from start to finish about a dozen times since it came out. I wouldn't mind a Remastered Trilogy.

criticalkare2725d ago

I wouldnt mind trilogy remaster also


F.E.A.R. 2 Gets Permanent Price Cut

Direct2Drive has given Monolith's shooter F.E.A.R. 2 a significant price cut down to $20. The title ran $35 on D2D before the cut and currently runs $50 on Steam.

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