The best The AI of F.E.A.R. – Goal Oriented Action Planning | AI and Games Reviews Coupon Promotional Codes 2018 2019

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A short video to accompany my article that de-constructs the AI of the video game F.E.A.R.

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11 thoughts on “The best The AI of F.E.A.R. – Goal Oriented Action Planning | AI and Games Reviews Coupon Promotional Codes 2018 2019

  1. Very cool video! FEAR Was one of the first FPS games i ever played that really left an impression on me, (the very first was Halo CE). Glad to see someone taking some time to appreciate the fine AI behavior in FEAR!

  2. come to think of it, this AI is going along the lines of "keep it simple stupid" which is how soldiers can be quick, efficient, and deadly. If it weren't for the slo-mo this game would be frustratingly difficult

  3. I love the banter/chatter from the ai the most, I loved this game so much, the atmosphere was fantastic. I had a guy pinned behind a desk, and his squad captain yells at him to "flush him out!" and he responds with "fuck you" and continues to hide. they can actually refuse orders. another time I threw a grenade and one of them literally says "oh shit" and pushes the other guy away. or it at least seems like he pushed him. it was mind blowing at the time, and I have yet to see something like it in games since.

    also, hello again! Im still lurking in your catalogue, making my way through 🙂

  4. I'm playing this game right now. About 4 years ago in undergrad I didn't really play games or watch films as much anymore. I think it was some mentality where I wanted to "Live!"

    But during holiday breaks when most other students went home, I always unboxed the old Xbox 360 I had and started up FEAR. I played without slow motion on extreme difficulty, which gave a huge rush and really made me feel like I was in a dire firefight.

    I have the game on STEAM now, so I have a bit more of an edge playing it with mouse and key. It's still just as awesome as I remember it.

    Great video, subbed.

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