Kotakuland has spoken and voted for the masks it liked best in our F.E.A.R. 2 contest. Let's see who won.
Time is running out! Reader Alymew sends this, making us very, very afraid. Look at that Gloomy Bear stuffed animal! SO SCARY.
Scary Tim Curry face! Nice watch though.
Eight gamers playing in the official F.E.A.R. 2 competition had to compete with their hands in a box that was then filled with bugs, snakes, rats and other distracting objects.
Creepy little psycho girl Alma returns in F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, Monolith's follow-up to their 2005 Japanese horror-themed first-person shooter.
Reader Chris sends this, scaring the crap outta us all.
This Friday the thirteenth a kendle of black cats will descend on London to advertise F.E.A.R. 2... really.
Contest time! We're giving away a copy of multi-plat horror shooter FEAR 2: Project Origin. Here's the contest:
Not as creepy as I think it should have been, but it still manages to work a couple of good startles in there.
Judging by this short look at F.E.A.R. 2, it looks like it's more of the latter. Don't forget, boys and girls, you need to be 18 or older to watch the video.
Monolith put up an Armacham site promising to chase all your fears away, and flacked it with that infomercial above. Ha ha. OK. Yeah. I get it. Shrug - wait, boobie?!
Dave Matthews (not this guy), the primary art lead for F.E.A.R. 2, has an idea what tanked the franchise: expansions and console ports — ones not made by Monolith.
Witness F.E.A.R. 2 Project Origin multiplayer quality assurance guy Lucas Meyers battle his way valiantly through this terrible parody of "Walking In A Winter Wonderland", "Walking In A Deathmatch Wonderland". While it is truly painful to listen to, it at least contains some footage of F.E.A.R. 2 multiplayer.
Last week I received a mysterious case, delivered to a local storage facility with instructions to post a video in order to receive an unlock code. Now the case has been opened - what's inside?
A mysterious letter arrived in my mailbox yesterday, containing the address of a local storage facility and the key to the lock on the door that opened to reveal this small, metal briefcase.
Surprise, Australia! A game featuring horror elements and a bit of the ol' tomato sauce has been "refused classification" in Australia, which is as good as a ban. Know what's so maddening, both as an Australian and a fan of common sense? It's not the fact the country lacks an R18+ rating. That issues been argued to…
When we first heard that the proper sequel to horrific first-person shooter F.E.A.R. was to be christened Project Origin, a warm, immediately bored feeling washed over us. We were thankful not to have to type out all those damn periods — damn you, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.! — but lamented having another dull game title to throw…