F.E.A.R. Crack/Patch

F.E.A.R. F.E.A.R. (First Encounter Assault and Recon), is an intense first person close-quarters combat experience with rich atmosphere and an engaging storyline. The story begins as an unidentified paramilitary force infiltrates a multi-billion dollar aerospace compound. The government responds by sending in Special Forces, but loses contact as an eerie signal interrupts radio communications. When the interference subsides moments later, the team has been literally torn apart. As part of a classified strike team created to deal with threats no one else can handle, your mission is simple: Eliminate the intruders at any cost. Determine the origin of the signal. And contain this crisis before it spirals out of control. [Vivendi Universal]

Download F.E.A.R. Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 90 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 7324
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Modern, Arcade
Players 16 Online
Company / Developer
VU Games / Monolith Productions

F.E.A.R. reviews ( 7 )

kingzardoz, Jun 26, 2011

According to these user reviews FEAR seems to be a love or hate experience. People junk this game for repetitive levels, bad graphics, and lack of enemy diversity. I just don't see any of that except maybe the bad level complaint is valid. Although who cares about how the levels look when the gameplay is so solid. I just played this game again in 2011 and it's still an awesome game. My one complaint with this game is even on the hardest difficulty it is still a bit too easy. The reason people love or hate this game is because its focus is the same gameplay over and over in different variations so if you don't like the shooting mechanic you will pretty much hate the whole game. Monolith has an epic resume of games

thefreeman140, Aug 30, 2013

F.E.A.R. definitely takes it place up there with all the other shooter classics (Half-Life 2, Bioshock, System Shock 2, etc.). The action is smooth and fun, and the story is phenomenal. It's not too scary, but I don't think it was meant to be that scary. In conclusion F.E.A.R. is hands down one of the best FPS experiences you can get on PC.

Mykal, Jan 5, 2006

I finally picked this baby up over the holidays. All I can say is this: If you've got even the slightest interest in FPS games, you owe it to yourself to play this gem!

MartynC., Feb 18, 2006

Its technically brilliant, but makesure you have the rig, Im running it on a AMD64,3500 with GF6800 and a gig of ram and i can have everything at max, dont even touch this game if you have an FX series card, This game looks great, but the narrative is awful and seems to steal idea's from such films as AKIRA, i dident care about any of the characters or pay much attention to the unorginal plot, but when your hurtling along and ripping through enemies by the ton, who cares?....Pure FPS as it should be.

squidgee, Dec 11, 2013

A great game for its time. The visuals are excellent as is the sound design, just going into slow-mo and seeing bullets whiz by is fantastic. The story isn't anything outstanding, but it's solid and it works. Gunplay is fairly conventional, but enhanced with the addition of slow-mo. One thing that really stands out in this game though is the AI. It is simply excellent, no other shooter I've played has surpassed it, even shooters released years after it's release. It means enemies feel like more than just cardboard characters that just hide behind cover and shoot every now and then. Expect to be flushed out, ambushed and flanked if you don't pay attention. Perhaps the game is a bit repetitive in its gameplay and level design, though it does try to spruce it up a bit with new weapons and new enemies. Scares could've been better as well. Sometimes it feels as if jumpscares are just shoved down your throat, and I would've appreciated some buildup of tension in some levels before the actual scare, it would've created a more intimidating atmosphere. Fighting assassins was truly intense though. Overall, a game definitely worth consideration for FPS and horror fans.

MattN., Oct 28, 2005

The game's graphics are great, the fire fights spectacular (makes Max Payne's bullet time look like [email protected]), the AI is impressive but unfortunately it's not enough to save the game as whole from the pedestrian level design which you will cursing by the end, it's a little bit easy too. Had no trouble at all running it with everything turn up (3.4Ghz/2Gig RAM)A bit more like Far Cry and this would have been an all time great (could have used more types of enemies and a few more weapons as well).

Jun, Oct 2, 2005

The game loses your interest before the third level and becomes just another boring "Doom" clone. It had a lot of promise, then it was as if the programmers gave up and had a meltdown. Sad.