Cold Fear Crack/Patch

Cold Fear Cold Fear is the first action-horror title under the Ubisoft brand. The game is set in a dynamic environment on a stormy sea, including intense combat, intelligent enemies, and a high element of the shockingly unexpected. Your life jacket won't be sufficient. Players step into the role of Tom Hansen, a U.S. Coast Guard who is sent to board a drifting Russian whaling ship in the middle of a howling storm on the Bering Sea, who will discover there is no safe place here. On this constantly rocking and shifting ship and a mysterious oil rig, players must turn their interactive surroundings to their advantage to take down human enemies ? and enemies that aren't human any more - and save their own life. [Ubisoft]

Download Cold Fear Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
7.7
Downloads 1643
Genre Action Adventure, Horror, Survival
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Darkworks

Cold Fear reviews ( 3 )

Neocrak, Feb 28, 2014

The best action-horror game ps2 with tremendous atmosphere helped by its large graphics. The enemies are surprisingly fast and great animations. the scenery is sublime

Chris, Nov 6, 2006

I loved this game. although it was kind of like resident evil in the sense that there were in fact zombies, the story was different and good. the light and shadow system was great and enemies are intelligent and of course i loved the original enemies you fight. controls were a bit iffy but you get used to them. lastly the rocking boat really gave me a sense of fear and added a great challenge to the game. afterall it is hard to aim in pouring rain and being on a boat beaten by waves doesn't help. All in all i thought it was a great pretty original game which will be enjoyed by many people... and who can beat a price of about $7 depending on where you look!

Mike, Oct 12, 2006

Not a terrible PS2 port...they did get the menus right (you can use a mouse, though it's buggered/accelerated/laggy). Control options are as good as possible for a game of this type. Which means it's mostly fubar'd, snafu'd...not good. Had no trouble with dual analog gamepad, but for aiming, as always, the mouse is the only way to go. It's a real pain to use the keyboard in this type of game, where the camera switches angles on you and what was forward is now backward, when you're, say, trying to run away from something. Only slightly easier with a gamepad. I thought this type of thing had been criminalized years ago. Should warrant capital punishment. Playing in OTS view alleviates most problems, but when you press the run key, you exit that perspective. I never could decide which control method to use, both are broken. Music was good, but sounds and dialogue usually sounded compressed. Visuals are good geometrically, but textures are straight outta 1998, typical of all PS2 ports/games. Light & shadows are done well at least. Story was somewhat different, but mostly it was the settings that give this game whatever amount of originality it has. Gameplay is pretty much like every survival horror game you've experienced, excepting those weird Fatal Frame games. There are much better 'horror' games to be had on PC for sure, such as the crusty old Clive Barker's Undying and maybe even Doom III. There's not much to this one, but it's really cheap now and will surely give you your $7 worth.