Lots of People Like F.E.A.R. 3 (TRAILER)

The latest trailer from Day 1 Studios and Warner Bros. Entertainment talks about how much various game review outlets are enjoying F.E.A.R. 3. It also is pretty well cut together and gives a sense of some of the creepy going on in the game.

As far as its accolades, they’re pretty well-deserved: we gave F.E.A.R. 3 quite a bit of praise ourselves, on account of it’s a lot of fun, it’s genuinely spooky at times, and there’s a ton to do in its four multiplayer modes, twice-playable (as a different character each time) single-player campaign and full cooperative mode. Put simply — it’s actually worth your money.

Download the trailer here.

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2 Comments on Lots of People Like F.E.A.R. 3 (TRAILER)


On June 24, 2011 at 11:45 am

I liked the first three FEAR games. (not counting 2, since FEAR 2 was the forth, even though its really the second since the real 2 and 3 didn’t count…blarg)

I am finding FEAR 3 to be enjoyable, much like the others. But there are some major areas where they are lacking. The first FEAR’s goal was to make movie-quality shootouts and gun battles. The original had tons of particle effects for shooting all kinds of stuff.

Sadly, much like FEAR 2, the move to consoles for some reason has limited a lot of that kind of stuff. I went and shot some books on a desk, and while there was a paper flying particle effect, the books remained stationary. And there were hanging lights. I shot the light, which hung from a string, and it stayed stationary.

Little things like this add up to a lot, in my opinion. And it is also very telling when your glass shattering effect doesn’t look as good as the glass shattering effect in Duke Nukem Forever (which is probably, sadly, ONE of the top examples of glass shattering effects in games I’ve seen)

And some aspects of the model damage in this game are dated. If I put a few bullets into a guy’s face, why does he look like the Red Skull? Somebody needs to get in touch with the Raven Software team that put together the first two Soldier Of Fortune games, and we need to get this model damage train running again from where it stopped in 2002.

daniel whatever

On June 24, 2011 at 1:42 pm

i never got the chance to play the series but it seems fun tough :-?