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While World War 2 and Modern Combat scenarios often get a bit too much attention in the first person shooter genre, good horror-themed games aren't as common. So as much as we've always disliked having to type F dot E dot A dot R (admittedly it's not as bad as Stalker), it's hard to take issue with Monolith and Warner continuing their successful F.E.A.R. franchise.

The latest addition F.E.A.R. 3 (or F.3.A.R if you prefer) hits Australian shelves everywhere today for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and although the rest of the world has had it for a week already, our local review embargo has only just lifted so read on for Nachojustice's positive take on the PC version of the game.




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