One of the few positive points of the quite horrible Activision/Vivendi games merger is that Monolith managed to get back the F.E.A.R. brand and the "unofficial" sequel Project Origin now became official as F.E.A.R.2: Project Origin. And the trailer they just released certainly confirms that it should be a worthy sequel!
I want access to this weekends Battlefront test dammit. (4 minutes ago)
can get it for 30% less in your local games store. (54 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: the pricing is the problem i think. I understand they don't want to undermine the retail marked with cheap digital releases, but still, it's not very tempting to buy digitally when you.. (54 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: That's a HUGE assumption. You don't expect BC unless it is promised to you ahead of time. (56 minutes ago)
the comfort is that the next generation has a bigger chance of backwards compatibility now that xbox and playstation are on x86 architecture.. if they want to ofc. (56 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: Getting the detriment without the benefit. (58 minutes ago)
but it's all those things tbh. i just find it entirely moronic to buy a digital version of a console game at an extortionate price that takes a day to download all for 5 seconds of convenience. lol (58 minutes ago)