Fear Effect Sedna for Xbox One
Xbox One

Fear Effect Sedna

Mar 6, 2018
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About this game

Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Fear Effect Sedna is a pausable real-time tactical action game. Become reacquainted with the old team of Hana, Rain, Deke & Glas in a brand new adventure. From Hong Kong to Greenland, through Inuit mythology and with new partners, will you dare to face the spirit world once again?

Gamer Reviews

21 Reviews
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Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
5.21
Mark SherwoodMar 06, 2018
Fear Effect: Sedna is a bad game. Sushee’s confusing design choices are splattered everywhere in sight; ridiculous voice acting, poor level structure, frustrating puzzles, and shoddy combat, to name but a few. The overall product remains tedious, boring, and underwhelming, throughout.
Azario LopezMar 05, 2018
Ultimately, Fear Effect Sedna is saved by a great story and awesome puzzle design. I found myself completely impressed with where Sushee Games took the Fear Effect series despite the game’s shortcomings. Fear Effect Sedna proves that the Fear Effect series can survive in a modern gaming climate and flourish.  During my time with the game, once the story began to take unbelievable twists and supernatural elements made there way into the narrative, I truly felt like I was playing a new Fear Effect game and that’s a lot of what I was hoping for from Fear Effect Sedna.
4.00
Ken McKownMar 16, 2018
If there is one bright spot it is the animated cut scenes. These retain the same art style of the originals only presented in crisp high definition. They look and animate beautifully. I just wish they were telling a compelling story. Fear Effect Sedna is a bad game. Sadly, I wanted to love it simply because of my misplaced nostalgia for the original two titles. Going back to them now I am sure I would find plenty of archaic mechanics that simply do not hold up well.