posted by BrentAnderson (WEST PADUCAH, KY) Nov 27, 2013
Member since Nov 2013
This is a decent game with fairly decent graphics and story line. Some parts of the game are way to easy, however other parts can be very tricky. A good game, worth a look at if you are into Horror Games
F.E.A.R. 3 takes you right back into the horror action that the first two games are known for. Alma is back and this time shes not going down without a fight. A F.E.A.R. game wouldn't be complete with creepy encounters from Alma and this one delivers it the best. The graphics are a MAJOR improvement over F.E.A.R. 2 and so is the combat. For most people who've played F.E.A.R. you know that it is not your typical first person shooter. These games are meant to completely mess with your head. If your a fan of the first two, then you will be double impressed with F.E.A.R. 3. To those that have never played these games before, I suggest you play the first F.E.A.R. first, so you can get a taste of what made this franchise the games that made you want to sleep with one eye open. I highly recommend it to anyone that is looking for a first person shooter with a creepy aura.
posted by quagmire04 (LITTLE ROCK, AR) Nov 21, 2012
Member since Oct 2012
I loved the first two. This one I played with a friend and almost everything about the game sucked. There is no map or arrow so more then once we got stuck not knowing where to go. The story is a mess so much that it's better to just skip every single scene except where you meet the guy from the second game. The leveling up is kinda cool but I didnt really see any big diffrence from the beginning of the game to the end. speaking of the end. the last boss is a jk and he just pops up. You don't see or hear about getting to him at all till you are at the last level. The whole game is spent trying to get to your mom then all of a sudden your fighting a memory or something. The only reason you should get this game is to settle your curiosity about how it all ends but, even that isnt really a good reason cause its such a let down that not playing would let you have a better memory of the series