History VideoGame / FirstEncounterAssaultRecon

20th Apr '16 9:31:47 AM Vovka
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** And while those expansions were well crafted and certainly worth playing, on some level it is thankful that they were retconned because it means Jin and Holiday are still alive (and appear in F.E.A.R. 3).
1st Mar '16 11:00:06 PM erforce
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* ShoutOut: The subway levels in Project Origin look ''exactly'' like the subway levels from ''VideoGame/{{Condemned}}: Criminal Origins''. Given that Monolith made both games, it's highly likely they used the same level resources.

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* ShoutOut: The subway levels in Project Origin look ''exactly'' like the subway levels from ''VideoGame/{{Condemned}}: Criminal Origins''.''VideoGame/CondemnedCriminalOrigins''. Given that Monolith made both games, it's highly likely they used the same level resources.
24th Jan '16 8:43:16 PM Prfnoff
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'''''[[FunWithAcronyms First Encounter Assault Recon]]''''' (F.E.A.R) is a special operations unit working for the United States government. Their purpose: [[WhoYouGonnaCall to deal with paranormal threats to national security.]]

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'''''[[FunWithAcronyms ''[[FunWithAcronyms First Encounter Assault Recon]]''''' Recon]]'' (F.E.A.R) is a special operations unit working for the United States government. Their purpose: [[WhoYouGonnaCall to deal with paranormal threats to national security.]]
21st Jan '16 11:45:40 PM LDragon2
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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''VideoGame/ShogoMobileArmorDivison''. Not only does it contain many similar weapons and make references to it, both are pastiches of a popular genre of Japanese entertainment (HumongousMecha anime in ''Shogo'' vs. J-Horror movies and anime here).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''VideoGame/ShogoMobileArmorDivison''.''VideoGame/ShogoMobileArmorDivision''. Not only does it contain many similar weapons and make references to it, both are pastiches of a popular genre of Japanese entertainment (HumongousMecha anime in ''Shogo'' vs. J-Horror movies and anime here).
21st Jan '16 11:44:22 PM LDragon2
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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Shogo''. Not only does it contain many similar weapons and make references to it, both are pastiches of a popular genre of Japanese entertainment (HumongousMecha anime in ''Shogo'' vs. J-Horror movies here).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Shogo''.''VideoGame/ShogoMobileArmorDivison''. Not only does it contain many similar weapons and make references to it, both are pastiches of a popular genre of Japanese entertainment (HumongousMecha anime in ''Shogo'' vs. J-Horror movies and anime here).
3rd Jan '16 4:57:47 PM Exxolon
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''[[FunWithAcronyms First Encounter Assault Recon]]'' (F.E.A.R) is a special operations unit working for the United States government. Their purpose: [[WhoYouGonnaCall to deal with paranormal threats to national security.]]

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''[[FunWithAcronyms '''''[[FunWithAcronyms First Encounter Assault Recon]]'' Recon]]''''' (F.E.A.R) is a special operations unit working for the United States government. Their purpose: [[WhoYouGonnaCall to deal with paranormal threats to national security.]]
1st Jan '16 5:04:04 AM erforce
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** Look carefully at the desks you pass in the first game. The mounds of paperwork include [[OfficeSpace T.P.S. Reports]] (and a memo regarding them). One desk even has a red stapler on it.

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** Look carefully at the desks you pass in the first game. The mounds of paperwork include [[OfficeSpace [[Film/OfficeSpace T.P.S. Reports]] (and a memo regarding them). One desk even has a red stapler on it.
11th Nov '15 4:43:02 AM Phoenixion
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[[caption-width-right:250: Now do you know the true meaning of [[{{Pun}} FEAR?]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:250: [[caption-width-right:335: Now do you know the true meaning of [[{{Pun}} FEAR?]]]]
21st Oct '15 4:10:00 AM REV6Pilot
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* ExplodingBarrels: Regular barrels, as well as fire extinguishers and fuse boxes. Shooting them is a good way to take out multiple enemies down at once, especially the barrels, which they often try to use as cover for whatever reason. DummiedOut EnemyChatter lines indicate that [[ArtificialBrilliance they were meant to use these hazards against the player on purpose]]; alas, they can only set them off unintentionally with stray bullets or grenades, which [[ArtificialStupidity more often than not cause friendly fire amongst themselves due to their tendency of staying near them]].
15th Sep '15 10:16:34 AM NihilisticBagel
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: ''Perseus Mandate''. Done twice to enforce Chen's eventual death.
** The F.E.A.R. Sergeant sees a vision of an underground area (which is revealed to be a research facility later on), where he helplessly watches Chen get pulled down in a puddle of black liquid.
** During a detour to yet another underground area to survive a nuclear explosion, Chen disappears from the Sergeant's sight, only to show up dead in a pool of blood a couple of hallways later. He's pulled out of sight as the Sergeant gets close.
** In 2, [[spoiler:when Becket gets into the TAC chamber, his female colleague Stokes (possibly jokingly) asks whether it'll sterilize him. Aristide responds grimly that it's the least of her concerns. The game ends with Alma raping Becket and impregnating herself before he's trapped in a similar chamber. According to [[Headscratchers/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon some theories]], she may have used the injured body of Stokes' or Aristides' to do it.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: ''Perseus {{Foreshadowing}}:
**In the first game several blueprints of the searcher drones can be seen on lab tables, boards, and the loading screen before you first encounter them.
**''Perseus
Mandate''. Done twice to enforce Chen's eventual death.
** *** The F.E.A.R. Sergeant sees a vision of an underground area (which is revealed to be a research facility later on), where he helplessly watches Chen get pulled down in a puddle of black liquid.
** *** During a detour to yet another underground area to survive a nuclear explosion, Chen disappears from the Sergeant's sight, only to show up dead in a pool of blood a couple of hallways later. He's pulled out of sight as the Sergeant gets close.
** *** In 2, [[spoiler:when Becket gets into the TAC chamber, his female colleague Stokes (possibly jokingly) asks whether it'll sterilize him. Aristide responds grimly that it's the least of her concerns. The game ends with Alma raping Becket and impregnating herself before he's trapped in a similar chamber. According to [[Headscratchers/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon some theories]], she may have used the injured body of Stokes' or Aristides' to do it.]]
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