Evil Ambassador Copiozo on: F.E.A.R. 3

The heavily influenced by Japanese horror movies FPS game is back thanks to WB Games. And while it is under design by a new studio called Day 1 Studios, they claim to be working closely with the game's original developers of the first F.E.A.R. game, Monolith. With this much backing and work being done on the game, it's probably no question that F.E.A.R. 3 will be a horror-fps game that will make you jump in fright (before retaliating with your arsenal of weapons).

Plotwise the game seems pretty well done since the game's story and cinematics will be looked over by horror movie legend John Carpenter (known for the "Halloween" series) and graphic novel horror writer Steve Niles (known for his work on "30 Days of Night"). The story goes that F.E.A.R. 3 takes place around nine months after the first game and the protagonist (the no-named Point Man) with the remaining members of F.E.A.R. must rid Fairport of all evidence of what has happened. Unfortunately his mother Alma is pregnant and causing a massive wave of fabric rips in time and space while his brother is back from the dead and refuses to leave. It seems like chaos mixed with horror, which is what the F.E.A.R series is all about.

The gameplay we saw so far via released footage is chilling and makes you want to play the game even more. What got me interested in F.E.A.R. 3's gameplay is its variety of different styled multiplayers. The variety of multiplayer modes includes "Soul King" (a competitive mode on who can gather the most souls of fallen enemies), "Contractions" (a mode like Horde in GOW2), a being chased survival mode called "[censored] RUN!", a co-op story mode, and my favorite "Soul Survivor" a survival last-man standing which includes a player turning a F.E.A.R. member into aspecterand controlling all the enemies to hunt down his former teammates.

F.E.A.R. 3 is trying to step away from the scripted horror events of previous titles of the game and other games in the genre by introducing the "Generative Scare System" which means that jump scare moments will randomly appear. So even if you play the game over again, don't expect the same scary events to happen when you expect them. It's kind of random. Kind of like clicking on random links on the internet hoping for them not to it turn into a screamer.

All in all it seems like WB Games & Day 1 Studios know what they are doing and are giving us a great to play and be frightened of. I'm looking forward to this game a lot. If you want to know more, click on this link here to know more about about F.E.A.R. 3.