Summary: I'm usually not bored by ANY game. I'm 15 (DON'T ignore me because of my age), so until recently I've only had enough money to shop among the cheap used games (around $10). Living with my grandparents who don't like games, I wasn't allowed to play even the least explicit M-rated games (like Halo, Battlefield, etc.) until a couple months ago. I've played pretty unrecognized games, but this game is probably the LAMEST I've played.
Summary: Fracture really is a great idea; the game could have been awesome. The music is terrible, the graphics ok, and the storyline is alright, but also predictable. But the idea of reforming the surroundings to your advantage isn’t a bad one. But really it’s not all that its cracked up to be. The game could have honestly been so much better but it just kind of boring.
Summary: About all you can say about this game is EH. Other than the terrain deformation, this game is a cookie cutter 3rd person shooter. You WILL get annoyed at the awful background music they use because it's the same ALL THE TIME. If you really enjoy 3rd person shooters then give this a whirl - personally I'm a bit disappointed with it just because there's nothing new here to see.Everything about this game oozes average: the story, the graphics, the music and the...
Going up? Going down? Well it doesnt take the ground from my ...
21 May 2009
Summary: Terraforming sounds good rite? well yes. It is something that most games havent explored so when this game came along it did sound quite appealing. When i played this game a did find it a little disappointing. I feel that it is a great idea in theory however in this case in practice it just did not work. The idea of making your own hill or trench to use as cover just didnt cut it.
Conclusion: The storys horrible and confusing and the gameplay is a one way path through the entire game.Every level is exacly the same and after an hour you get really board . The main idea of the game: being able to morph the ground and make it go up and down is good and theres loads of col weapons but thats it. Theres much better shooters out there and another problem is the multiplayer is really boring. The games over quick and its not good value.
Conclusion: With the idea of earth-moving technology, Day 1 Studios had the ingredients for great game. But in this game they really screwed it up. The gameplay is cheap and poor, and I get the same experience on a Nintendo 64, aside from the graphics. The single-player is stupidly short and the story is pathetic. Well done for screwing up a really good idea!