To those unfamiliar with the first-person shooter F.E.A.R., the atmosphere may be unsettlingly supernatural and spooky, but the combat is akin to gun-humping the world. You’ve got a sleek, voluptuous arsenal of maniacal phallic tools, erupting into the night. As your bullets mercilessly pound enemy-flesh, severing torsos, heads, arms and legs, the stray shells wreak equal demolition to your surroundings, crafting a visual symphony. Chunks of plaster, multicolored sparks, glass shards, smoke clouds, clumps of flesh, and blood showers explode at once into a fray of coordinated violence so visceral it seems the developers were trying to translate sex to firearms.
Soiling your pantaloons in terror
Needing an expensive PC
The limited replay value
The lack of original locales
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|Description||A few new weapons and locales extend the legacy of game where murder is highly sexual and symphonic.|
|US censor rating||"Mature"|
|UK censor rating||""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|
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