Do you like spicing up your first-person shooting with semi-cheesy horror elements? Then Monolith has a treat for you. The game studio has released a PC demo of its next big game, F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin.
True to the original, F.E.A.R. 2 features slow-motion gunfights, that creepy little girl, and a hard-to-type title. The 1.76GB demo offers a few minutes of gameplay, in which you to fight your way out of a Silent Hill-esque school and neighboring subway before donning a mechanical exosuit and... doing some more fighting. You get treated to creepy visions between the fighting parts, too.
The demo is up over at FileShack, and Steam users can grab it straight from the Steam store (at no charge, of course). According to Shacknews, Monolith intends to release the full game for the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on February 10.
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