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Monolith releases two new images of Project Origin, the true sequel to F.E.A.R. which license is now owned by Warner. The game is planned to hit the streets on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC at the end of the year.

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  • Images of Project Origin - 2 images
  • Images of Project Origin - 2 images
skinedd
skinedd
Commented on 2008-06-15 00:19:37
Is that lara croft in the 2nd pic?


lol


great shots bro! keep then coming
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type105x
type105x
Commented on 2008-06-15 00:22:18
Project film grain :S
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GriftGFX - He can also<br>ban your ass!
GriftGFX
Commented on 2008-06-15 00:30:18
Sexy gory action. Mmm <3
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Real720
Real720
Commented on 2008-06-15 01:23:15 In reply to skinedd
Posted by skinedd
Is that lara croft in the 2nd pic?


lol


great shots bro! keep then coming
no that's alma.
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MugiMugi
MugiMugi
Commented on 2008-06-15 01:45:45
You think they have different environment this time? Never got true the first game due how really terrible level designs it had, Not to mention the total 5 enemies true the game wasn't enough either.

I wonder if they learned from there past terrible mistakes.
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GriftGFX - He can also<br>ban your ass!
GriftGFX
Commented on 2008-06-15 01:51:40 In reply to MugiMugi
Posted by MugiMugi
You think they have different environment this time? Never got true the first game due how really terrible level designs it had, Not to mention the total 5 enemies true the game wasn't enough either.

I wonder if they learned from there past terrible mistakes.
FEAR was awesome, and repetitive environments != bad level design. It always blows my mind how caught up on this issue people are. I never once heard anyone complain about the fact that Prey literally took place in one environment and has less enemy diversity than FEAR did. It's one of the best action oriented FPS in recent times.

But yes, there are more environments in Project Origin.
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WreX
WreX
Commented on 2008-06-15 02:22:05
looks good to me
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NeoNemesis
NeoNemesis
Commented on 2008-06-15 06:56:00
Looks so awesome.
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onerous
onerous
Commented on 2008-06-15 09:17:34
Definitely going to buy it, Monolith's games are sweet.
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NeoNemesis
NeoNemesis
Commented on 2008-06-15 09:33:42 In reply to onerous
Posted by onerous
Definitely going to buy it, Monolith's games are sweet.
Yep, they sure know how to create the perfect creepy atmosphere.
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personGR
personGR
Commented on 2008-06-15 09:39:58
Bullet Time @ 1st pic...
I'm getting seriously hyped for this one...
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XboXEmaXX
XboXEmaXX
Commented on 2008-06-15 10:58:35
Good ? NO....graphics SUX for the 2008...
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onerous
onerous
Commented on 2008-06-15 12:14:39
It's not always about the graphics, sometimes it's atmosphere that counts. Besides, I can't really complain about technical aspects either, it looks really good, just not great. In this type of game I guess it suffices.
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Ted_Stryker
Ted_Stryker
Commented on 2008-06-15 15:14:43
Posted by droezelke
I'm surprised how mediocre those screens are. I expected more detail and better lighting.
They're just using the same engine as in FEAR, and we're looking at the edge of it's capabilities... Can't believe i once spent $800 for upgrading my PC just to see this crap
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Jato
Jato
Commented on 2008-06-15 17:10:59
Hmmm, the 1Up preview actually got my hopes up on this one. Might be worth looking into afterall. The first one was boring as hell imo, but this time it seems they might have learned from their mistakes.

I still say they need to update or replace their engine, it's barely hanging in there. Indoor environments look acceptable, outdoor environments are really starting to look outdated.
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mt_sabao
mt_sabao
Commented on 2008-06-15 18:23:23
should i be impressed by this? i mean, loved fear but this screens look really boring! it's like they don´t really care.
And grift, the concern about the repetitive environments is more than legit. cmon, who want's to go through the same office corridors (like the ones on these shots) once again?!
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GriftGFX - He can also<br>ban your ass!
GriftGFX
Commented on 2008-06-15 18:37:01
That second shot is an office? Really? How many offices have you seen that are tiled from floor to ceiling and have public access pay phones and ATM's? Project Origin is going to be better than FEAR, and FEAR is still one of the best action FPS out there, I'm pretty sure that's all most people should need to know. This game will go largely ignored by console audiences, and ya know what? Their loss.
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Jato
Jato
Commented on 2008-06-15 19:27:53
Watch the 1Up preview instead of these screens to give you a much better impression of this game. It's a lot more comforting than these screens for sure.
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most_hated
most_hated
Commented on 2008-06-15 20:51:31
This game has never really been a showcase in the texture and art department. Its all about the effects, no game does slow-mo or particle effects better. When your in a huge firefight and bullets are flying everywhere you really get to see where the hardware is being put to use. The A.I. in this game is insane too. So many shooters on the market that look good, but the A.I. is the same old shit we've been shooting at for years, FEAR actually makes killing bots fun again.
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statix
statix
Commented on 2008-06-15 21:07:03
This game is gonna be alright. But to be honest, I don't think it will hold a candle to the likes of Far Cry 2. Or Resistance 2 for that matter.

This is probably something I will pick up once it hits the bargain bin, or I've beaten everything and am in a low as to what I have to play.
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mt_sabao
mt_sabao
Commented on 2008-06-15 23:53:37 In reply to GriftGFX
Posted by GriftGFX
That second shot is an office? Really? How many offices have you seen that are tiled from floor to ceiling and have public access pay phones and ATM's? Project Origin is going to be better than FEAR, and FEAR is still one of the best action FPS out there, I'm pretty sure that's all most people should need to know. This game will go largely ignored by console audiences, and ya know what? Their loss.
lol, dude like you haven't seen this shinny bumpmapped tiles (on shot2) on the first game...
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GriftGFX - He can also<br>ban your ass!
GriftGFX
Commented on 2008-06-16 04:12:06 In reply to most_hated
Posted by statix
I don't think it will hold a candle to the likes of Far Cry 2. Or Resistance 2 for that matter.
Fat chance (that two games from FPS nobodies will actually push the genre forward). Not that I'm not looking forward to playing both of them. But if RFOM, or like, all of Ubisoft's efforts in the genre are any indication of the future of those two respective franchises, than.. fat chance.

Those two franchises will both play better with a gamepad though, so if that's your preference, than you're probably right. I don't think that Project Origin will be adapted to suite joystick bound players quite as well as RFOM2, or even Far Cry 2.
Posted by mt_sabao
lol, dude like you haven't seen this shinny bumpmapped tiles (on shot2) on the first game...
Say it with me dude: that's not an office. Never mind the fact that we've seen several locations featured in screenshots already on this very site. Including this very non-office environment you're bitching about.

(PS. I think the first is this hospital where the game starts)
Posted by most_hated
This game has never really been a showcase in the texture and art department. Its all about the effects, no game does slow-mo or particle effects better. When your in a huge firefight and bullets are flying everywhere you really get to see where the hardware is being put to use. The A.I. in this game is insane too. So many shooters on the market that look good, but the A.I. is the same old shit we've been shooting at for years, FEAR actually makes killing bots fun again.
Pretty much. If the action from the first game is any indication, than this will probably be the action FPS of the year. The emphasis being on the word action. The last developer interview posted over at VE3D made everything sound very promising too. I personally can't wait.

This is however a console forum, and FEAR was never nearly as well recieved to console audiences as it was on the PC, and I suspect we'll see a repeat performance in that regard this time around as well. It's not pushing the boundaries of technology, but it will push the boundaries of action packed, visceral action.

That's enough for me.
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Akkari
Akkari
Commented on 2008-06-16 08:10:05
i hope it'll better then the last few episodes...
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statix
statix
Commented on 2008-06-16 09:09:35 In reply to GriftGFX
Posted by GriftGFX
Fat chance (that two games from FPS nobodies will actually push the genre forward). Not that I'm not looking forward to playing both of them. But if RFOM, or like, all of Ubisoft's efforts in the genre are any indication of the future of those two respective franchises, than.. fat chance.
At least Far Cry 2 is TRYING to push the FPS genre forward, whereas we pretty much know exactly what to expect from Project Origin: another extension of the original FEAR gameplay, which is admittedly well-done for what it is and very visceral action-wise. But it's nothing more than that. It's just more of the same repetitive, linearly-structured, close-quarters, shooting gallery gameplay we saw in FEAR 1 and the 2 subsequent expansion packs. That to me got old quick, and I suspect that Project Origin will get old for me quick, and that's because I know EXACTLY what the gameplay is going to offer, no matter how well-executed it will be.
Those two franchises will both play better with a gamepad though, so if that's your preference, than you're probably right. I don't think that Project Origin will be adapted to suite joystick bound players quite as well as RFOM2, or even Far Cry 2.
Nothing to do with the gamepad. I'm as adept and confident in my aim with the analog stick as most anyone is with the mouse, so it's a non-issue for me. Note that Far Cry 2 was developed for the PC in mind, as a PC-exclusive, for over 3 years--the decision to port to consoles was only made late last year. Its difficulty or gameplay wasn't tuned down for consoles.
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