I actually ran into Monolith's big star, Lucas Meyers, at the Warner Bros. booth at PAX 2009 this past weekend, and all I could do was stare at him and shake my head sadly. This made him think that perhaps I knew him, as "Only people that know me stare at me and shake their heads". After seeing him perform in several…
If you want to get Slow-Motion deathmatch into F.E.A.R. 2 and the odds are against you, you'll need a montage - an 80's science montage!
Experience the end of Alma from an entirely new perspective with the F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn downloadable content, featuring four new levels that thrust the player into the role of Replica Soldier Foxtrot813.
Now that Monolith's free downloadable content for F.E.A.R. 2 has come and gone, it's time to pay for a couple of new maps and some extra heads.
Mothers have it tough in video games – they get killed off, turned evil, or their children leave the nest to save the world. And their kids probably don't call home often enough.
There really isn't much to say here. I feel slightly embarrassed and slightly amused at the same time. What's worse is the fact that "Miniature Replica Soldier" is going to be stuck in my head for a week. Enjoy the free map pack, available today on the Xbox 360. PC, and PlayStation 3. Hope it's worth all of this pain…
Monolith and Warner Bros. addressed pricing concerns for their upcoming F.E.A.R. 2 multiplayer Toy Soldiers Map Pack today, revealing that the downloadable content would be released completely free of charge next month.
Monolith plans on injecting new life into F.E.A.R. 2 multiplayer next month with the Toy Soldiers map pack, which promises to deliver a new perspective to the F.E.A.R. 2 online experience.
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.
...and you thought your gaming chair was sweet. This was certainly the most immersive gaming display at the New York Comic Con.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is packing up their dramatic F.E.A.R. 2 marketing efforts and shipping them across the ocean for a Project Origin Live event, taking place in London on February 12th.
Sure it isn't live-action roleplaying in the traditional sense (if there even is one), but when you have folks dressing up pretending to represent the fictional company Armacham from the F.E.A.R. series, requiring the folks undergo testing in order to play the upcoming FPS in a special chair, then yes - your are…
Armacham cordially invites Kotaku readers in the New York City area to participate in a F.E.A.R. lab this weekend, where players could snag a chance to play F.E.A.R. 2 in a specially designed chair.
Here we see what looks to be a commercial for one of the precursors to the Armacham Ordog Advanced Series 7 mobile combat armor from Shogo, which comes with all the firepower you'll ever need to take on opponents both online and off. It might not be Shogo 2, but it's probably the best we're going to get for the time…
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…