I'd like to share some thoughts on the successful PC game F.E.A.R. When this game was out, I don't even knew what Monolith was talking about, and since I enjoy FPS since the good 'ol wolfenstein times, the positive and almost enthusiastic reviews convinced me to buy this game. Summarily, the weapons sounds right, the enemies are all kinda humans, there is gore and violence at an enjoyable level and the story is creepy and involving (for more, search: there are plenty of really positive reviews on the web).
What I'd like to share is that, after years of playing Single Player FPS (mainly constrained by dialup), I recently discovered Multiplayer, and I must say fun it is!
After some fragging, I was “recruited” by the (MAD) clan. A clan is just like a free informal club of people, sharing some fun together, by shooting at each other... How to get recruited? It's easy, login in to some server armed to the teeth (I like the shotgun because I finished the Single Player Campaign almost by using this weapon), and shoot all the people that doesn't have a logo up on their heads. After killing for some times the server's owner, he proposed me if I were willing to join its clan, I accepted and now I added the “(MAD)” suffix just before my nickname, to sport my belonging to this clan, plus now I have new friends!
I can now be shoot around at evening (GMT+1), over some F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate multiplayer server; my nick is, simply, (MAD)Andy.
And now to the fight :D
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