Summary: It's pretty horrible, but it's not as horrible as it could've been. It has bugs and it has a horrible story but most of all, it just has an unnatural feel to it I guess is what I could call it.
Great terrain deformation is wasted on generic gameplay
Richard Baker, Amazon
28 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Great graphics, story has a great premise, terrain deformation is revolutionary, cool weapons and grenades,...sucky powers! The Bad: Plain graphics, story isn't done justice, very derivative, cheap deaths The hoopla about Fracture was the terrain deformation technology that Lucas Arts...
Summary: Although the game had a good concept, I just was not feeling the gameplay. I was dropped in too many difficult situations (call me weak). Something just wasn't coming together when I played this game. I don't recommend purchasing this game.
Summary: The game idea itself is quite interesting and in truth the way it is presented is as well. Fracture gives you the ability to change terrain, as if it were Play-Do. However, the ability almost always falls short.
Pros: Innovative concepts
Cons: Poor storytelling, Doesn't live up to expectations, Repetitive gameplay, Terrible multiplayer, Lousy camera/viewpoint
A little different than most first person shooters.
Steve K, Amazon
28 February 2011
Summary: So, the hook on this game is that you can raise or lower the ground. Big whoop, right? Well, what I thought would be a lame gimmick to a tired gaming type turned out to be pretty interesting. If you need shelter from incoming fire, raise the ground.
Summary: If you're a big fan of FPS, this game will not disappoint... and it will not impress. I suppose the impression and experience a game delivers is at least somewhat time-sensitive; it may have been a little bit more impressive / fun when it came out nearly two years ago.
Summary: The campaign is entertaining but since its and older game and theres other games like halo out there, theres never anyone playing its multiplayer games so have fun playing by yourself on this one.
Summary: The game starts by showing how the future is going to be a bad place. Since it's around the 22nd century, the west coast began changing people DNA while the east coast try to use cybernetic instead. You can regenerate your health by taking cover and you can use your guns to change the terrains.
Summary: Having played Fracture through to completion, I walked away from the game with very mixed feelings. On one hand, Fracture is a very competent FPS with rich graphics, strong character designs and fun, fully deformable environments. From a functionality standpoint-there is little to complain about.