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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.

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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.

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Publisher:
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
Developer:
Monolith Productions
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Source:
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
Released:
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Modes:
Languages:
English
  • OS: Windows® XP, x64 or 2000 with latest service pack installed
  • Processor: Pentium® 4 1.7 GHz or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 512 MB of RAM or more
  • Graphics: 64 MB GeForce™ 4 Ti or Radeon® 9000 video card; Monitor that can display in 4:3 aspect ratio
  • DirectX®: 9.0c (August Edition) or higher
  • Hard Drive: 17 GB free Hard Drive Space for installation; Additional hard drive space for a swap file and saved game files
  • Sound: 16-bit DirectX® 9.0 compliant sound card with support for EAX™ 2.0

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94
One of the best horror shooters game out there

Imagine yourself as an elite soldier being chased by a ruthless and cannibalistic psychic and his army of cloned super soldiers, and an eight-year-old girl who constantly taunts you with visions and hallucinations who is also able to literally obliterate groups of enemies in seconds; that is F.E.A.R.. The atmosphere in this game is absolutely terrifying; dark, gloomy, flickering lights and eerie whispers coming from behind every door and corner you approach. To top it all off, the creepy visions depicting a demonic little girl will give anyone chills. On the other side of things, the creepy atmosphere comes well complimented by a very interesting approach to the shooter-type game. With a myriad of weapons and countless enemies to blow to pieces, and the unique Slo-mo feature, this game blends violence and terror phenomenally, and sometimes both are present simultaneously. My only criticism of the game is it's graphics as it appears quite dated compared to games from its time. Nevertheless, a gripping plot, creepy gameplay and seemingly unstoppable antagonists rounds out one great horror/shooter.

80
Scary and tense FPS

FEAR is the first horror FPS that I've played as I don't particularly go for the horror genre. However, I've had some experience in the FPS genre, and this game definitely keeps up with some of the best of them. The controls and tight and responsive and feel great. You have the special added ability of a sort of bullet time that gives you the edge when you're facing down multiple foes. The game has a few tense moments in terms of horror and environment, but definitely seems to rely on jump scares. I felt like the story was overall relatively forgettable, as well, as it doesn't stand out in my memory as something that was great. It's an enjoyable game, and I would recommend it if you're looking for something in the horror genre.

98
Amazing horror shooter

F.E.A.R is one of my favorite trilogy, you should try this one, and the first one is the most scary so you should start from this one... talking about graphics this one is not that good but still playable, the second one got a really good update and you can easily play it on a bad computer, no more words, you should have this game, yes or yes!

85
Epic FPS GAME

I have played this game about 5 times through and all i can say is i want to again, from the start its action packed and not a bad graphical game. has its horror moments witch you will all love and its always so unexpected. one word of advise always save as many med kits as possible.

95
Best horror-shooter

Played twice through. When F.E.A.R was new, it was best simulated first-person game. You can see legs and fight with your body..and see your shadow also on wall when you are air-kicking your foe with slow motion. Enemy screams to his radio and ragdolls through splattering window..and fires his last burst. Action was something new. Graphics were astonishing...and sometimes atmosphere was exciting and even horrible. Plot was excellent too. I played game again 2014 with dlc:s. Liked much. Game is still enough good looking (with SweetFX injector ;D). Action is made better than any fps-game i've played.

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