Very Good Multiplayer Suite.
A.I. Makes Good Use of Tactics.
Runs Well Even on MidRange Machines.
No Fear to Speak Of.
Linear Scripted Gameplay.
Story Makes Little or No Sense.
Hackneyed single-player campaign story and characters.
Story lacks scares or surprises.
By Computeractive on September 16, 2011
It's not as pioneering as the original but FEAR 3 is one of the more interesting titles on shelves stacked with samey shooters...80
By PC Gamer on August 28, 2011
A passable single player game that’s hilarious fun in co-op. Full of weird and enjoyable multiplayer...75
By GamingShogun on July 26, 2011
OnLive has a whole bunch of trailers for just about all of their games and since they don’t have to buffer down and are playing straight off their server I can randomly click on different ones when I have a free moment and feel like picking my...-
By PCWorld India on July 26, 2011
F.E.A.R. 3 is a horror FPS game released for the PC, Xbox 360 and the PS3....73
By Game Chronicles Magazine on July 21, 2011
F.E.A.R. (First Encounter Assault Recon) dazzled the PC community when it released in 2005 with graphics that pushed current systems to their limit and enemy A.I. that could easily be mistaken for real human reactions. I mean, where else could you...91
By PC Gamer on July 21, 2011
FEAR 3 spends too much time being a mediocre horror game and not enough innovating, but it’s still a wild...74
By HardwareHeaven on July 15, 2011
At its core F.E.A.R 3 is a modern day first person shooter so all of the key ingredients are here, the ability to carry multiple weapons, including two of the same type for dual handed attacks, we can zoom to target and health regenerates when we seek...82
By Strategy Informer on July 01, 2011
Gamers have a love/hate relationship with the F.E.A.R. series. They love the first one and hate the second. The first was a satisfying, intelligent and occasionally terrifying FPS, the second was… an FPS. The third attempts to get back to the...75
By GameSpy on June 30, 2011
Pros: Excellent multiplayer modes; co-op adds some fun and replay value to the campaign; visually impressive.
Cons: Hackneyed single-player campaign story and characters; low on the ol' fear factor; hard to find people to play with.70
By Smarthouse on June 29, 2011
Before I begin the review, note that this doesn't look at multiplayer (since the game has only just been released to everyone) – that portion will be updated on a later date. Instead we focus on the single player and co-op portions of the...50