Summary: i'd bought mine (from gamestop) for the 360 , considering it was only $1 i chanced it and it's a great game a littke too liniar for my tastes but i love the fracture geo mod system, if disney has all of lucas's ip's i'd love to see a sequal, but it's highly unlikely through
Summary: I got this game cause at the time it was pretty cheap and looked like a good set up. It however suffers from the fact the game creators didn't really spend longer polishing the game. It also suffers from a forgettable story.
Summary: Fracture was a pretty good game. The ability to manipulate the terrain was a cool new concept, but by the end of the game the novelty wore off. No regrets to buying it, but certainly not a best-seller!
Summary: This game isn't bad, but it's not all that good either. Especially stacked up against other Third Person Shooters. The main problem is the way they throw enemies at you. A lot of TPS suffer from this problem. Where the developers deem it a good idea to just flood you with a ton of enemies.
Summary: Fun game, but over way to quick. Not nearly hard enough. It seems like each boss or end stage had the exact same difficulty level as the one before. Instead of getting progressively harder, it was about the same. I finished it in about 6 days.
Summary: I'll have to agree with Alex Adams' review, here. I simply didn't find this game to be "all it could be"... This game really has all the makings of what "should be" a great game, but, it just seems to be lacking something.