Fear Effect Sedna Screenshot 1
Fear Effect Sedna Screenshot 2
Fear Effect Sedna Screenshot 3
Fear Effect Sedna Screenshot 4
Fear Effect Sedna Screenshot 5
0
2
Edit

Fear Effect Sedna

Thrilling action and stealth gameplay enhanced by the Fear system, an exciting story and ultra-stylish cutscenes. Harness your team’s dynamic abilities to tackle enemies and puzzles like never before. This is the quintessential sequel for existing fans and a perfect starting point for newcomers. The Fear Effect: When your fear meter rises, you will be more susceptible to injury but will receive a boosted damage output and special abilities. Deny fear with stealth and strategy through the new isometric viewpoint and Tactical Pause feature. Enter the spirit realm: Encounter mystical forces of the Inuit and supernatural creatures of the spirit realm. Will you dare to face the unexpected? Cinematic cut scenes: Striking animated visuals bring life to a wild, engaging story and dynamic characters. An array of weapons and character abilities: From silenced pistols and defensive turrets to flamethrowers and monstrous transformations!
Promote for 50G

Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I had a hard time deciding which to vote.
If you're a fan of Fear Effect, this will probably be enjoyable enough for you to go back into this world.
Loving myself some dystopian worlds, I still pushed thru even though I found myself wanting to quit several times due to frustration.
Be warned, your patience WILL be tested.
I do not mind a fail & retry mechanic as core gameplay, but having to skip manually several times at every failure is very frustrating & shouldn't be a thing from a 2018 game, especially on somewhat tough boss fights (who are damage sponges) and not-so-obvious puzzles that will make you scratch your head at what the hell you're supposed to do (or maybe I am that dumb).
Also, the total absence of chapter selection for a game of this kind is a huge question mark for me.
Being a completionist, this makes achievements quite annoying to farm,
as you'll have to restart from the very beginning in order to get those that you couldn't get.
Highlight for me was the soundtrack, though.
Very atmospheric and generally fitting to the setting.
The environments and style are also very reminiscent of Ghost in the Shell.
(a panoramic view of the Hong Kong's skyline, only disturbed by a flying helicopter passing thru immediately caught my GITS fan's eye)
Overall, it's still worth playing it for the story, especially if Fear Effect is a franchise dear to you,
or if you don't mind getting frustrated here and there.