Once again I have completed F.E.A.R. and even played it in the dark. According to STEAM, it took me 9 hours. I must be out of practice because I had to quick save the game a lot. Due to the graphic violence and language I couldn’t play around the kids. The final scenes still gave… Read more Finished F.E.A.R. again
Since I have the F.E.A.R. games all on STEAM, I’m playing them over again from scratch. Between the music and sudden appearance of creepy bad guys, the game still is frightening. This game was released in 2005. The graphics are definitely dated but the play is still very good. The next installment is supposed to… Read more Over 5 years later and it’s still scary
I’ve been waiting for the next installment of Crysis to come out but have recently gone back to playing some F.E.A.R. via Steam. Looks like F.E.A.R. 3 will be a worthwhile game. When the first game came out, the horror factor was so well done that some scenes scared the jeebies out of me. Even… Read more Upcoming 2011 video games
Look Ma, no DVD! I just activated FEAR2 on Valve’s STEAM and I’m downloading and installing off of the Internet right now. That’s very cool.
The moniker “Games for Windows” always makes me laugh. When I first started playing FPS like Castle Wolfenstien and the original DOOM series it was on a 386SX PC my brother had. Windows was not even on that PC and Windows was just a shell for running DOS apps. Games for Windows? What was that,… Read more Games for Windows?
Sometimes I don’t get just spam in my e-mail. Monolith purchased the rights to the F.E.A.R. name from Activision. Check out the sequel web site. The first F.E.A.R. was meant to be played late at night and in the dark. When I played it, it scared the crap out of me. This real sequel is… Read more Monolith purchased the F.E.A.R. name from Activision
Over the weekend I purchased F.E.A.R. Extraction Point and Battlefield 2142. First person shooters, good fun for the whole family. Provided that the family is over 18; I don’t play these games with th…