VideoGamer - F.E.A.R. Files Review

VideoGamer's Xbox 360 review says:

"F.E.A.R. Files is a highly enjoyable package, but the games do show their heritage. Both expansions are based on an engine that we first saw over two years ago and games have moved on. For some thrilling and often scary gameplay look no further, especially if you're a fan of the first game, but gamers who have gorged on Call of Duty 4, BioShock and Halo 3 might find Sierra's latest a little dated."

Score: 7/10

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JasonPC360PS3Wii4028d ago (Edited 4028d ago )

I been playing alot of this game latly and It's pretty darn good. If you play Both campains back to back it seems a little longer than FEAR and there isn't as much hallway roaming. They get to the fights and frights fairly quickly compared to FEAR. You can tell Extraction Point and Persious Mandate are mad by differant devs, Extraction Point has Monolith writen all over it. Thats not to say Persious Mandate sucks, it's starts out a little dull but picks up about an hour into it. Both campains offer more action than FEAR and the Instant action add even more. Multuplayer is just like the first FEAR on the 360 with 1 or 2 things added here and there. Graphics arn't bad on a HD tv but smell like turds on a standard tv. My personal rating for this game would be an 8.1 because it's just not the same without Monolith but offers some great fun and should be in your collection and for only $50 you have no excuse.

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