GT reviews F.E.A.R., a “first-person close-quarters combat game” for the PlayStation 3 — also available on the PC. Video review after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

F.E.A.R. isn’t perfect — there’s glitches, watered-down graphics and crappy load times — but it’s still one of the best experiences I’ve had on a PS3 to date. The gameplay is solid and will serve as a treat to anyone looking for an entertaining shooter with an excellent multiplayer system

GT reviews F.E.A.R., a “first-person close-quarters combat game” for the PlayStation 3 — also available on the PC. Video review after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

F.E.A.R. isn’t perfect — there’s glitches, watered-down graphics and crappy load times — but it’s still one of the best experiences I’ve had on a PS3 to date. The gameplay is solid and will serve as a treat to anyone looking for an entertaining shooter with an excellent multiplayer system