Reviews and Problems with Turning Point: Fall Of Liberty
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It's Okay. I found It Fun But You Might Not
SmokeTheirGraves , GameStop
30 November 2013
Summary: I don't know why people are hating on this game. You get to fight in WW2 for peat's sake. What could be better then that. Other than that I found it okay. Not the best, could never compete with COD but great if your parents are strict about games like mine.
Summary: ok the reason u buy this game is 4 the story. The gameplay is barley excusable, but trust me. No matter how bad I want to stop because of stupid bugs I was hooked. For the cost its completely worth it.
Summary: Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is a war game different from all the others. It's not a copy-cat version of Call of Duty or Battlefield or anything like that. It's unique, and one-of-a-kind. The controls are different from COD. Normally, you'd use L1 to aim, and R1 to shoot in COD. But in this game, it's L2 to aim, and R2 to shoot. I like the fact that it doesn't try to be like COD in any way. It's its own game, and I really appreciate that about the game.
Summary: Codemasters made more checkpoints and started developing the whole game with the same innovations that it currently has and with better graphics. Turning Point: Fall of liberty has some great innovations but its external standpoint made it flop. So you play as a construction worker who joins into a resistance. Starts off with you on one of the building tools in a construction site, you jumping, airplanes surfing over buildings invading NYC.
Summary: I Picked Up This Thinking It would Stink But To My Surprise It Is an Amazing Game! You fight The WW2 Invasion As Dan Carson, A Constuction Worker Who Couldent Care Less About Politics But While A normal working Day The The Enemy Perform Their Famous "Blitzkreig" Which Forces Him To Fight Along Side The American Resistance To Survive.
Summary: Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is a perfect example of how a great concept doesn't always make for a great game. In this case, the concept is Turning Point's intriguing premise: Without the voice of Winston Churchill to rally Allied forces, Hitler's Nazi regime spreads like wildfire across Europe and Africa, eventually staging an all-out assault on the United States. It doesn't take long to realize that Turning Point makes almost no use of this potential.