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F.E.A.R 3 is bringing the art of videogame manuals BACK!

8:30 PM on 06.22.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

We have an official F.E.A.R 3 review coming soon (I had to buy it at launch because reviewers don't get all their games for free, folks!) but before that gets finished, I just had to share with you the dazzling beauty that is the game's manual. 

Manuals are a lost art these days. They used to be beautiful -- almost collectible -- but nobody cares about them anymore. Luckily, Warner Brothers and Day 1 Studios pushed the boat out and brought the romance of the videogame manual back into play. Check out the luxury in the above video.

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