Neocrisis: Something happened back in 2005... FEAR happened. Arguably the best first person shooter since Half Life 2 at the time and praised for its mixture of white knuckle action and horror story, great visuals and tense atmosphere. Critics however noted the linearity of the levels and a certain lack of variety, so now it's time for round two. Monolith has assured us they remedied the problems of the first game, let's find out how they've managed.
WTMG's Kyle Nicol: "Whilst F.E.A.R 2 wasn’t the masterpiece I remembered from ten years ago, with its combat and level design being worse than the original, it is still a fun game that is well worth playing through today. "
PSU continues its look at the horror genre over the past 20 years on PlayStation platforms, with our latest entry looking at the tail end of the PS2 era and into a new generation with the release of the PS3. Resident Evil 4, Dead Space, Siren: Blood Curse, and F.E.A.R. are just some of the pant-wetting pleasures you'll find in part 3.
Stephanie Burdo from The Koalition writes:
"With Halloween just around the corner, TheKoalition.com has decided to list some horror games which petrified us the most.
Please note that this list is in no particular order. Each selection has been made by individual writers who found their respective choice their most terrifying experience in gaming."