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Warner Bros Interactive released a new trailer for F.E.A.R. 3 featuring the Alma universe of ghastly creatures, horrific zombies and gruesome monsters.
Another big release is avoiding the holiday crowds. Warner Bros. Interactive has delayed F.E.A.R. 3 into next year.
Warner Bros Interactive and Day 1 Studios released a brand new cinematic trailer for the GamesCom convention called Bound by Blood.
Warner Bros. Interactive has sent out the official E3 2010 trailer for F.E.A.R. 3 and the tag line is that you never face your fears alone.
The new trailer shows some spectral embodiment, some intense head-shooting, and a little brotherly love.
The lead character in this game is Point Man, and he gets a very special live-action trailer for gamers to awe and cheer over.
A live-action debut trailer for F.3.A.R. was released featuring some shooting, some birth giving and some psychic doctor throwing.
Today Warner Bros officially announced F.E.A.R. 3, the next chapter in their horror first-person shooter series. It's due on the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC in autumn 2010.
Fracture depicts a world split between two warring sides: the Atlantic Alliance and the Republic of Pacifica. As a game, Fracture is also split two ways: it's simultaneously a very conventional third-person perspective shooter and an energetic action-puzzle game. It's a very awkward pairing, unfortunately.
As you may know, Day 1 Studios' third-person perspective shooter Fracture will be hitting stores on October 7th. If you're not sure whether you'll enjoy a game that lets you shoot people and cause earthquakes, then you're in luck: a playable demo will hit Xbox Live and PSN in a week.
Oh Fracture, I remember your glory days. Back when you were first announced you looked amazing. But now with The Force Unleashed stealing all the thunder Iíve begun to question just how good this game might be. Set in the mid-2100s the USA has been split in half, with the central portion having been completely decimated.