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F.E.A.R.: First Encounter Assault Recon (2005)

You play an elite commando for a unique covert operations unit hunting for a mysterious fugitive who commands a clone army while mysterious things occur around you.



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Cast overview:
Norton Mapes / Additional Voices (voice)
Jock Blaney ...
ATC Security (voice)
Susanna Burney ...
Jin Sun-Kwon / Additional Voices (voice)
The Senator (voice)
Harlan Wade / Additional Voices (voice)
Tim Gouran ...
Spen Jankowski / Additional Voices (voice)
Todd Licea ...
Aldus Bishop / Additional Voices (voice)
Mark Lund ...
Soldiers / Additional Voices (voice)
Paxton Fettel / Additional Voices (voice)
Melissa Roberts ...
Alice Wade / Alma Wade / Additional Voices (voice)
Meg Savlov ...
Genevieve Aristide / Additional Voices (voice)
David Scully ...
Douglas Holiday / Additional Voices (voice)
Delta Force / Additional Voices (voice) (as Andre Sogliuzzo)
Rowdy Betters / Additional Voices (voice)


You play a new member of the secret First Encounter Assault Recon, a secret commando unit specializing in paranormal threats. For your first mission, you must find the mysterious and murderously insane Paxton Fettel who has escaped from prison and seized control of a prototype army of clones. As you hunt for Fettel, you must battle his clone soldiers who become increasingly advanced and dangerous. If that is not bad enough, you also encounter strange and bizarre sights as you uncover clues suggesting a greater crisis than even Fettel holds. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Be the hero in your own cinematic epic of action, tension and terror.


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28 February 2006 (USA)  »

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Paxton Fettel's jacket was originally worn by a secondary villain, Conrad Krieg. The jacket was later placed onto Fettel as the two's traits were merged, as the team found out that a single villain worked better in the game. See more »


While the player's goal is to eliminate Paxton Fettel through the entirety of the game, it is very possible to kill him in the very first level. At one point during the first Interval/Stage, the player can activate Slow Mo and squeeze off several rounds of fire into Paxton before he knocks the Point Man out with a 2X4. However, none of the bullets register and the Point Man is predestined to be knocked out regardless of their actions. See more »


[first lines]
[a telephone conversation]
The Senator: [Tired] Yes?
Genevieve Aristide: Sorry to wake you, Senator. It's about origin.
The Senator: What happened?
Genevieve Aristide: There was an uprising. Fettel has taken command of the prototypes.
The Senator: My God...
Genevieve Aristide: We can still resolve this discreetly, but we have to act fast.
The Senator: All right, all right, let me... make a few calls...
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No Delta Force Operatives were harmed in the making of this production. See more »

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For those who figured why not just blow the little girl in "The Ring" away with a shotgun.
3 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

I am not the biggest shooter fan in the world. Normally, if I do play a shooter there has to be some sort of twist for it to be fun for me. In this one you have a supernatural presence throughout the game that appears here and there, usually in interludes between chapters. The story, a special missions force is sent to capture the leader of a mysterious army, an army that does whatever the leader says, a sort of clone army. Well there is more than there seems, as this little girl starts appearing here and there and really causing havoc. You spend the game trying to learn her secret and the connection between her and the military commander and even yourself. As far as shooters this one is pretty cool, I loved the shotgun weapon the best as everything else ran out of ammo a bit fast. The fighting is fast, and it is rather hard to be stealthy as the enemy soldiers lock on you rather quickly. Still, you get your shots in...there is a lot of tension too as you never know what will be thrown your way next. A few enemies are a pain even on easy level, but for the most part it was not that hard navigating through this game to the somewhat bizarre ending.

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