Those kind chaps at Vivendi Universal Games have found 1200 F.E.A.R. beta keys lodged down the back of the sofa down at Monolith and have been good enough to spread the love to those than fancy entering into a competition at this bizarre little teaser website.

This "gore splattered" introduction to the F.E.A.R. storyline gives brave souls the chance to poke around a dark an moody environment, pointing and clicking on items of interest and generally being scared at every opportunity.

And if you make it through unscathed through the 'ordeal' then you'll be doing VUG and Monolith a big favour - 1200 keys really do begin to clutter up the office after a while.

In the meantime, if you fancy checking out our coverage to date on this sparky Japanese horror-inspired PC-only first person shooter, then click here.

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