F.E.A.R. and Gotham City Impostors dev Monolith may be working on a Hobbit game to coincide with the Peter Jackson film that airs this December.
Warner Bros. appears poised to reveal a third F.E.A.R. game - dubbed F.3.A.R. - next month.
Fate/Unlimited Codes, the PSP beat-'em-up by Capcom, adds glitz to the PlayStation Store today.
Warner Bros. has announced that the Reborn DLC for F.E.A.R. 2 will cost 800 Microsoft Points (£6.80/€9.60) when released on 3rd September for Xbox 360. PC and PS3 versions show-up on the same day, incidentally, and will be priced accordingly.
Warner Bros. and Monolith have announced the release of a playable demo of F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn, the upcoming story-based premium download for its multiformat first-person shooter.
The PS3 Store refresher boasts new games, demos and DLC aplenty, while PlayStation Home opens a new Events Space for Buzz!
Get questions right and a tomato will be lobbed at a rotating Buzz statue. Get 10 questions right in a row and you will unlock a tomato head to put on your Home avatar.
Smash Cars and Battle Tanks are the low-key PSN additions, although their price - £12 and £8 respectively - is steep. Conversely, Crash Commando has had a price-cut to promote new content added today.
Monolith plans to add significant single-player content to F.E.A.R. 2 next month.
Warner Bros. plans to release an Armored Core content pack for F.E.A.R. 2 next Thursday, 21st May.
Wii Fit has beaten off Street Fighter IV to top the US software chart for February.
Warner Bros. has announced that F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin will receive an infusion of free, tongue-in-cheek multiplayer DLC in April.
Wii Fit has held firm atop the UK all-formats chart this week, despite F.E.A.R. 2 putting the frighteners on and entering at two.
Sony has stuffed the PlayStation Store with a F.E.A.R. 2 demo and plenty of other bits and bobs.
Warner Bros. has announced a demo for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin will be available from Thursday 22nd January.
Warner Bros. has bought back the F.E.A.R. name from the newly formed Activision Blizzard, allowing WB-owned Monolith to rename its upcoming Project Origin.
Monolith Productions has announced that the name of its F.E.A.R. sequel will be Project Origin.
It was the winning entry in the Name Your Fear competition, which the developer ran during the summer months to help it come up with a title for its new game. You might remember that it couldn't just call it F.E.A.R. 2, because it doesn't actually own the rights to the name - old pal Warner Bros does.
Project Origin was picked above other (and much better) finalists Dark Signal and Dead Echo. But our real favourite was the unrecognised and punchy "THE GIRL IN THE KETCHUP STAINED DRESS".
Monolith has been trying to think up a new name for F.E.A.R. for so long that it's given up and decided to enlist the help of its American fanbase.
The Name Your Fear contest runs between now and 22nd June for over-18s in "the contiguous 48 U.S. and the District of Columbia".
Why not just call it F.E.A.R. 2? Because, as those with long memories will recall, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment bought up Monolith in 2004, giving it the rights to build on F.E.A.R. in all but name - that name resting with former publisher Vivendi, which has gone on to exploit it with a PC expansion pack and a pair of excellent console releases ported by Day 1 Studios.