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F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin Features

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Preview: There goes the FEAR again.

In what is undoubtedly an over-saturated market, the original FEAR proved to be an interesting combination of Japanese horror influences and psychological scares that put a fresh spin on the traditional run-and-gun FPS. With its labyrinthine plot involving shady corporations and bizarre events involving ghostly hallucinations, FEAR played upon certain horror conventions and in turn...

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Preview: Anyone remember F.E.A.R.? The highly acclaimed PC shooter was good enough to make the jump to consoles and still do well, though it’s expansion...

Anyone remember F.E.A.R.? The highly acclaimed PC shooter was good enough to make the jump to consoles and still do well, though it’s expansion packs haven’t been anything for developer Monolith Productions to pride themselves over. Now their sequel, published by WB Games instead of Vivendi Universal aims to bring back the bullet-time little-ghost-girl horror FPS to the next generation of...

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Interview: We keep a look out for ghostly apparitions of scary little girls as we talk to Primary Art Lead Dave Matthews about F.E.A.R 2 in the dark.

A dilapidated house situated in the centre of London is where we’ve come to get an extended hands-on with FEAR 2: Project Origin. Escorted through a pitch-black corridor, we’re shown to a dark room where the ghostly vision of FEAR’s tormentor Alma is projected on to the facing wall as you enter. (To find out more about how the game plays, check out our forthcoming preview). We decided to be...