Reviews and Problems with Turning Point: Fall Of Liberty
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Turning Point: Fall of Liberty Review
3 April 2009
Excerpt: Take a hugely successful genre (FPS in this case), use a well established and advanced game engine (Unreal Engine 3), throw in a storyline with a twist to make it different to the norm (a world where the Germans invaded America during World War II) and you'd expect good results.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is We have gone through many of the campaigns from the world wars in the gaming world. We are standing on the point to proudly say: We have been there, we have seen it all. But in this same exact point comes Turning point: Fall of liberty. So we have to turn.
Summary: Fall of Liberty takes players to new battlegrounds in World War II, ones born from a changed moment in history that led to the Nazi invasion of 1950s America, delivering an explosive action experience in a world where famous real-world locations appear startlingly different under Nazi occupation.
Summary: Turning Point is a mediocre game wrapped in a strong premise. The orchestrated tracks are fitting and the idea behind the game is fantastic, but the gameplay is archaic, the actual plot is mediocre, and there’s nothing special about the game BUT the concept.
Excerpt: As I've mentioned in other reviews, I am a big World War II buff. When I heard of the alternate history shooter, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty , in 2007, I was stoked. The premise of playing as a resistance fighter in a New York City overrun by Nazis seemed too cool to go wrong.
Excerpt: Speaking as a Jew -- granted, a lapsed one who eats bagels and watches Woody Allen movies more than he prays or goes to temple -- let me just say that I still get a thrill out of shooting Nazis and German soldiers during World War II from the first-person perspective.
Summary: Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is one of the weakest games we have played on the Playstation 3. Poorly designed and developed this game should have been so much more. Leave it alone, unless you're desperate for a new FPS.
Excerpt: Toen Turning Point: Fall of Liberty werd aangekondigd met het eerste schitterende artwork van dien ging iedereen uit van een game ala Wolfenstein waarbij de hakenkruizen en foto’s van Hitler ons om de oren zouden gaan vliegen, maar de realiteit is gelukkig anders.