Ten years ago today, Monolith Productions did not release a sequel to Shogo: Mobile Armour Division. Instead they embarked on a horror-filled first-person saga that would leave players questioning supernatural age of consent laws.
I won't spoil anything about the F.E.A.R. series here — well, any more than I just technically did, but not really. The original game came out at a time when narrative-driven first-person shooters were really coming into their own, and the final one — 2011's F.3.A.R. — came much later than it should have.
Here are the bits we skipped.
Interested in playing? I bought my copy off of GOG.com, which includes the original game and its two expansion packs.
Happy birthday, you creepy bastard. It's ok that you weren't a new Shogo game.