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This pack includes:
F.E.A.R Ultimate including: FEAR, FEAR Extraction Point & FEAR Perseus Mandate
F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin
Be the hero in your own cinematic epic of action, tension and terror. A mysterious paramilitary force infiltrates a multi-billion dollar aerospace compound, taking hostages but issuing no demands. The government responds by sending in a Special Forces team only to have them obliterated. Live footage of the massacre shows an inexplicable wave of destruction tearing the soldiers apart. With no other recourse, the elite F.E.A.R. (First Encounter Assault Recon) team is assembled to deal with the extraordinary circumstances. They are given one simple mission: Evaluate the threat and eliminate the intruders at any cost.
F.E.A.R. Extraction Point Extraction Point kicks off where the original game ended – with a bang. As the helicopter which the F.E.A.R. team is on attempts to leave the vicinity, it instead winds up crashing. The F.E.A.R. team is thus forced to seek out an alternate extraction point, all the way battling the now free Alma and her paranormal minions across a destroyed city.
F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate As the first F.E.A.R. team and Delta Force fight for control of the situation, a second F.E.A.R. team is sent in to shed some light on Armacham Technology Corporation's (ATC) dark past. As a member of a secondary F.E.A.R. team, you are brought in to discover more information regarding the secret project at the ATC facilities. The multiplayer component for this expansion is no longer available.
F.E.A.R 2: Project Origin
Deployed just minutes before the blast triggered by the original F.E.A.R. team, you assume the role of Special Forces Sgt. Michael Becket as your routine mission quickly turns into a fight for survival against the wrath of Alma Wade. As Alma's terrifying power surges out of control, your squad is forced to battle through an apocalyptic landscape in search of clues for how to destroy her!
Alma is expecting and a new level of terror grows as you and your cannibal brother battle through a hellish nightmare. Fight together or die alone on a deadly mission to confront your twisted mother. Players can take on the role of Point Man, a genetically enhanced soldier with superhuman reflexes and the ability to manipulate time, or the undead spirit of his brother Paxton Fettel, a paranormal entity who possesses incredible psychic powers.
What a collection!!!.kenji86 | Feb. 3, 2014 | See all kenji86's reviews »
So some people like horror some like FPS..So what happens if you combine them both into one. Easy, you get FEAR! One of the best games ever in its state of art uniqueness. You can't complain that this is a 'clone' of that game or this game. Since FEAR was a first of new breed. I waited so long to until this game was affordable to me. (yes I'm a cheap fellow but at least I'm buying it, right) And finally I got it. First 2 editions were true to horror- Single player campaigns and hell of a scary incidents. F3AR was much a co op shooter than a horror but don't get me wrong it is waaay enjoyable with a friend and it does has some awesome ending as well as Fear unique horror style, but not as frequent as previous two. So regarding all, I think this pack is awesome to guy during a deal. But if you can afford it get it now. You won't regret it.
Must Have in Your Collection - Not All are Must Play Thoughgildorluthien | Jan. 16, 2014 | See all gildorluthien's reviews »
This review is only concerning the single-player aspect of these games.
I just finished F.3.A.R. last night after playing through the entire "Monolith" storyline over the course of a couple of weeks, playing a couple hours a night. I remember when F.E.A.R. came out and I kept saying "I want that." The trailers and gameplay vids I saw of it looked awesome...but I'm a cheapskate, so I just waited..8 years. Although in many respects the game is dated - the first F.E.A.R. was revolutionary in its gameplay, graphics, AI, and look. At the time it was hot stuff. As an experience overall, F.E.A.R. 2 was definitely a better produced and consumed package. Monolith got another chance to do right what seemed to be so many wrongs in the first game. The developers of F.E.A.R. seemed like they got so caught up in the revolutionary functions and engine of the game, they cut corners writing a gripping story and presenting characters that grabbed you. The scenarios were quickly repetitive and well, I just used some cheats to get me through real quick to the end, as by this time all I cared about was the story...what semblance of one there was. Although, by the end the story does pick up some steam to set things up for a sequel. I didn't play the two Vivendi expansions to F.E.A.R. after reading some displeasure with the overall direction of the games by several reviewers.
F.E.A.R. 2 - Project Origin has better graphics, a protagonist that I actually felt at some points I was embracing, particularly closer to the end, and gameplay that I thought easily surpassed F.E.A.R. The control scheme was refined more and Monolith did a much better job of squeezing in a lot of extra content so that the plot holes from F.E.A.R. were filled quickly and you got the whole story of the Wade family and Alma. Because I knew there was a third instalment to play, I found myself satisfied with the ending and looking forward to playing F.3.A.R.
I have mixed feelings about F.3.A.R. On one hand, it can be conceived of as the crown jewel of the series. Graphically the game looks better. Story-wise, there was a good attempt to deepen the mythos of Paxton and Point Man and their relationship to Alma, but I still felt like something was missing. The AI in F.3.A.R. I thought was less intuitive than in F.E.A.R. 2 - Project Origin. After getting killed a couple of times, it was easy to memorize the pattern of where enemies would appear, place some grenades and well timed headshots, and you were quickly through part of an Interval. I looked forward to playing some of the levels through again as Paxton once I finished, but...once I started again I was...bored. His potential as an antagonist was never quite realized in F.E.A.R. and sometimes I wonder if maybe co-oping both characters in the single player mode would have helped to bring some variety to the gameplay and chances to have a more enriching and varied experience. The ending itself, was...mostly predictable - looks like Alma just wanted to know someone cared.
Still, I would recommend playing through it when you have time. There's a lot of good games out there that I would rank over it, but here's my thoughts. I'd give the overall series 7 out 10 points, and then in order of preference - F.E.A.R 2 - Project Origin, F.3.A.R, and then F.E.A.R.
Kinda goodtommy255 | Jan. 5, 2014 | See all tommy255's reviews »
The first game was definitely really disturbing and made me jump a few times. The second game also made me jump a few times, but not as much, felt to much focused on action and blood lust. And the third, well lets just say if there was no co-op I would hate it. So keep that in mind.
P.S: Bullet time is awesome
A great horror packgforcesa | Dec. 30, 2013 | See all gforcesa's reviews »
Some of the most awesome FPS horror titles out there.F.E.A.R. one was so scary i played it with a couple of days break when back in 2005 when it released.F.E.A.R. 2 was a good sequel and had some very awesome and unforgettable moments.F.E.A.R. 3 in my opinion wasn't as good as the previous ones but the good thing was that it has co-op which was very fun to play.It's 75 % off which makes it a great deal for 5 games.
The best pack for one of the best FPS sagasabelfs | Dec. 30, 2013 | See all abelfs's reviews »
F.E.A.R. became one of the sleepers of the year it was released, with a spectacular gameplay and the best shootings and deaths I have ever seen (I have played it recently and still surprises me). To these mechanics you add terrifying moments and a suitable plot, and you obtain one of the best FPS experiences for single player. Unfortunately, the quality and originality of each game was decreasing until they arrived to F.3.A.R., which was a good game, but far from the boom that the first F.E.A.R caused.