Appalling vocal performances, forgettable music... Fairly lacklustre all-round.
Fear Effect probably looked just as good upon its original release eighteen years ago. Sedna looks remarkably dated, dreary and just unappealing.
At first, Sedna seems quite solid, but then it all falls apart at the seams. The stealth gameplay is pointless and any attempt at tactical play is undermined by the fact that you can effortlessly shoot your way through the game. Janky execution throughout makes this one to avoid.
Fear Effect Sedna is only a few hours long, but it feels interminable. There are some irritating bugs to be found at the least convenient times, and the puzzles are hit and miss. The overall presentation is severely lacking.
Hats off to anyone who can be bothered to complete this list. It's a dull, unimaginative grind, and so the perfect complement for the game.