F.E.A.R. Extraction Point PC

User Score
7.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 138 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 74 out of 138
  2. Negative: 8 out of 138
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  1. Sep 29, 2011
    10
    Great game from start to finish. Isn't as much of a jumpy/thriller FPS as it is a psychological one. It's somewhat fast paced, but also builds up a sense of tension and horror.. as if a little dead girl is following you're every move. A must play of horror/fps fans.
  2. JeffL.
    Oct 28, 2006
    9
    About what you would expect in an expansion pack. There's not really anything new but a few weapons. The automatic turrets are kinda neat. It's pretty much exactly like the first installment with extra missions. For $25.00 it's a good buy.
  3. NickyB.
    Oct 28, 2006
    10
    If you were a fan of the first, this is a must have!
  4. Aug 23, 2013
    9
    FEAR and FEAR 2 are my favourite horror games, with of Cry of Fear and Outlast possibly beating them, but in any case, Extraction Point is a non-canon sequel to FEAR and is pretty good. The major gripe however is recycled EVERYTHING. Weapons, environments, gameplay and encounters are basically the same as the original. The are 3 major differences however, 1. A new scary enemy type thatFEAR and FEAR 2 are my favourite horror games, with of Cry of Fear and Outlast possibly beating them, but in any case, Extraction Point is a non-canon sequel to FEAR and is pretty good. The major gripe however is recycled EVERYTHING. Weapons, environments, gameplay and encounters are basically the same as the original. The are 3 major differences however, 1. A new scary enemy type that creeps me out 2. You can use a handy minigun and 3. It has some new environments that would be made better in FEAR 2. Extraction Point has more mech fights too and they work well, along with the rest of the intelligent AI, slow-mo and mostly non-linear levels. The only other problem besides the minor recycling issue is the connectivity of levels. Some jumps to other locations are absurd; at one point; you exit a subway tunnel to go to the top of a car park building. Also one moment that made me annoyed is this-if you played the first FEAR and remember the fat guy who the only real baddie that did anything against you, he appears in this game, but for about 5 seconds and he's in a place that makes no sense. Overall the game is like the original, but has the fact that it is basically the original with some aged problems, but is still brilliant-pcik it up, especially if it come in the FEAR Files pack cheap. Expand
  5. ChrisP.
    Feb 6, 2007
    8
    I liked FEAR, and think this was more fun! Yeah, some of it is similar, but a lot of stuff is new and takes place in different, albeit familiar areas. It's good - don't be afraid to check it out.
  6. Nov 25, 2013
    9
    While not as good as F.E.A.R. it's still pretty awesome, and even more tough than it's predecessor. The action is non-stop, story not that bad, and overall it's just a pretty nice game if you like FPS's.
  7. MartimN.
    Feb 25, 2007
    8
    I think that the story doesn't make much sense but the game is really good, I under if F.E.A.R 2 will come to finish the story, Paxton and Alma are still alive and the world is being destroyed... I hope that F.E.A.R 2 come to stores.
  8. Aug 15, 2010
    8
    It's got the same crazy gameplay than before, just don't come for the story, it's just there to be there. Oh and it's still as scary as hell.
    FEAR extraction point gets 8/10 because it couldnt come up with a good story.(if it had a good story9/10)
  9. Aug 29, 2016
    8
    Nice. Scary. Freaking well made PC Game!

    Replaying it in 2015 you really begin to appreciate how a game for a PC should be made. Really puts all the lame abysmal garbage console ports we get now a days. Highly recommend this even now in 2016 for its awesome execution (remember how a PC Game should feel like), amazing atmosphere, serious level design, sound, and - of course -
    Nice. Scary. Freaking well made PC Game!

    Replaying it in 2015 you really begin to appreciate how a game for a PC should be made.
    Really puts all the lame abysmal garbage console ports we get now a days.

    Highly recommend this even now in 2016 for its awesome execution (remember how a PC Game should feel like), amazing atmosphere, serious level design, sound, and - of course - amazing gameplay. It is not F.E.A.R. - but a damn good expansion.

    Some advice for devs and pushers - Complete a PC Game first - THEN port it to consoles. Not the other way around.
    Learn, you greedy bastards - maybe you'll start earning back some respect from PC Gamers.
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  10. Dec 11, 2013
    8
    This expansion pack is about as fun as the best bits of the original game. The levels are great, and in my opinion noticeably more intense and scary..
  11. sft
    Apr 27, 2015
    8
    Still G.R.E.A.T.

    As an expansion pack for the initial FEAR game it’s to be expected that FEP is basically more of the same; and that’s not a bad thing, given that FEAR was a pretty good game (4/5). So there’s more of the tense, spooky atmosphere and more of the enjoyable combat (the slo-mo is still great fun). The graphics appear unaltered, but it’s not bad looking for a game of its
    Still G.R.E.A.T.

    As an expansion pack for the initial FEAR game it’s to be expected that FEP is basically more of the same; and that’s not a bad thing, given that FEAR was a pretty good game (4/5). So there’s more of the tense, spooky atmosphere and more of the enjoyable combat (the slo-mo is still great fun). The graphics appear unaltered, but it’s not bad looking for a game of its age. There’s still no humour but there is a reasonable story line. And it’s still very much a corridor shooter, with little variation in environment. But it’s the atmosphere and combat that make the FEAR games, and FEP delivers in both areas.
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  12. Jul 8, 2014
    9
    Basically, more F.E.A.R. The quality from the original title remain.

    Pros:
    +new locations
    +new enemys
    +new weapons
    +continue story from the end of the original game

    Cons:
    -not so diverse as I expected
    -storyplot a little bit disappointing

    A must play for those who enjoyed original F.E.A.R

    9/10
Metascore
75

Generally favorable reviews - based on 30 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 19 out of 30
  2. Negative: 0 out of 30
  1. Today, the added content in this expansion is still fun – but it’s more of a lunch with an old friend than a sizzling date with a hottie you just met.
  2. Although this is essentially more of the same with a couple new elements, it’s executed well. The photorealistic graphics, edgy atmosphere, and riotous gunplay mix masterfully to create phantasmagoric art.
  3. 76
    Even on the highest difficulty setting, Extraction Point is going to take around five hours to beat. Considering only four of the six intervals turn out to be full-featured stages, that's pretty bare bones in terms of price versus gameplay time.