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As with the previous two releases in the F.E.A.R. Franchise, F.E.A.R. 3 is a FPS with Horror gameplay. Players experience action both from perspective of Paxton Fettel - resurrected from the headshot he received in the previous game - and his brother Point Man, who was the triggerman. Since Fettel was indeed killed in the earlier encounter, his presence in the game is almost ghostlike, with him relying on a devastating range of telekinetic powers, including the ability to possess the bodies of the living in order to perform certain physical tasks. Point Man on the other hand is quite corporal and is a super soldier with expertise in a wide range of weaponry. He also has loyalties to A.I. F.E.A.R. operatives that populate the game. The problem with this is that the operative's goal is to eliminate the power of Alma, the mother of both Point Man and Paxton Fettel. Because of this, layers will face choices that will pit duty against family loyalties. Both characters have access to many units encountered throughout the game. This is a frightening but super fun game to play. Be sure to pre-order yours today.
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