Summary: I try to pick up multi-player co-op games to play with my nephew when he comes to visit and picked this one up from the bargain bin at a local retailer. It clearly says 1-2 players (2-12 online). At least in the PS3 version there is no co-operative play. And the online play is non-existent. Literally, if you go online, there are NO multi-player games going. You can start one - and perhaps someone else will stumble in and join - but there is no community.
Summary: I was utterly disappointed with this game for multiple reasons. First off the enemies are terrible. There are eight different types of enemies and seven of them are just horrible. You have the normal infantry, who aren't terrible and are there to pretty much be cannon fodder, no real threat. Then there are guys with rifles which aren't bad when there's a few of them, but once it gets above four or five at many different angles it gets ridiculous.
Summary: You hear quite a bit when people go to movies based off of books they read they say that the book was better. Well this is similar in the fact that the game was horrible, one of the worst I played, but the story was very good, only problem is the fact that it is a game where part of the story is the ability to play through parts, some parts, like going from shooting fish in a barrel first enemies to, within seconds going to a guy on a turret that takes a good few minutes...
Summary: The game lacks a sense of viscerality when killing off enemies and the weapons that you use for kills are not all that exciting either. This game has the feel of something that was decided upon in a corporate boardroom, while the environment altering weapons are kinda cool, the shooting and killing part are very lacking, and not all that satisfying.
Summary: Lucas Arts is great when it comes to Star Wars games but outside of that they just don't deliver. Fracture has a unique premise with the ability to use terrain altering weapons. However these get really repetative and downright boring very quickly. And for some reason on the easiest setting they throw enemies at you left and right so fast that it makes it extremely difficult to complete your objectives.
Great game for extreme bordom and for rainy days!! LOL
Joe Chung "Joe C", Amazon
10 June 2010
Summary: So I thought this would be an interesting game because of the concept behind it. Guns that was earthquake, cool. Let's try something different. Well it's clearly obvious when after playing halfway into this game its somewhat of a joke. I sincerely feel sorry for the folks that actually paid full price for this game because it isn't even worth $15.00 at THE MOST!!
Summary: This game has overall great graphics and OK story. The problem of this game is the experience of the gameplay: when you shoot the enemies you have to shoot like a 100 shots so you can hit them because the shots go everywhere but where they need to go. I mis-spent my money on this...
Summary: I bought this game because it was made by Lucas Arts (Jedi Knight & Dark Forces series) & Day 1 Studios (Mech Assault & Mech Warrior). In my opinion, these companies have made some really great games in the past so I thought that this would be a good one too. I also got this game because at the time I paid a great price for it ($25). I wouldn't have paid full price for it & if I had I would've been very disappointed.