F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate Walktrhough

perseus-mandate-walkthrough

A Brief Foreword

I know this game was blasted by the critics, and no, had I not played the previous two games, I probably wouldn’t have even known about this one. Yes, you’ll auto-pilot through most of this game if you’ve played the other two, but this is a solid shooter, no one is saying it isn’t. The gunplay is still the strength of this title and if you like a scare or two in your game, this is a decent playthrough. You’ll enjoy the plot and the game is still fun, but don’t expect anything close to innovation.

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Controls

Here is the list of MY button setup on the PC version:

*Keep TWO eyes open for items, not one – the worst thing is to pass over an area where there are good items that you need. Just explore an area before you leave it. *Save big weapons, but don’t save too much – basically, you can have two big guns, like a rocket launcher and the arc, but that means you must have a fully loaded G2A2, or something else. Guns come and go pretty much after each battle, so don’t be too cheap to spend a big gun on a tough fight. *You have grenades, use them – simple as that, don’t forget you have them. If anything, just to scare the enemy.

WASD controls movement F use
Mouse look and aim G toss grenade
Left click shoot R reload
Right click melee C crouch
Shift zoom Space jump
Ctrl slow mo (this is where I keep my pinky) # keys select guns and grenades
E med kits H holster weapon, crucial in capture the flag in multiplyaer
Q flashlight ESC pause game

I don’t use the peeking around corners controls, but you can. I replace them with the med kits and flashlight I don’t know the 360 controls, sorry. Starter Tips *Slow mo, duh – I mean, if you got it, little reason to save it unless the fight is really big. It’s not like you automatically win by using this, as you only have a little time to use it and you can’t cover much ground using it. Just run up close with a shotgun, go slow mo, and start blasting – always works.