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The first two games in the F.E.A.R. series are pretty slick and exciting horror first-person shooters that are dripping in atmosphere and loaded with thrills and spills. This third installment isn't quite so good as its predecessors but it remains an enjoyable and suitably creepy experience. If you haven't played either of the earlier titles, this one starts out with a brief recap of the events which have already transpired, and which generally revolve around the dark machinations of the evil Armacham Corporation and their mysterious experiments involving the psychic horror of Alma, a young girl. Much of the core gameplay is classic FPS stuff thrown in with shades of Resident Evil. You can play the campaign solo or with a friend while making use of a variety of kick ass weapons to fight off enemy soldiers, monsters, and cult members. You've also got the option to use psychic powers and there are occasional moments when you can jump in a combat robot to lay waste to the bad guys. There are also sections where the combat eases up but where the scares increase, making for a very unnerving experience. This has a lot going for it and if you are a follower of the series it's kind of a must play. The story still makes little sense but the action is intense and full-on, with some very exciting firefights to enjoy. The scares are a tad pedestrian and predictable but the enemy AI is suitably clever and aggressive. It lacks a little in the innovation department but for a good old horror shooter, this is still a good bet.