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Fracture - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
27 customer reviews
Metascore: 63 / 100

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  • Experience epic conflict with global implications fought on U.S. soil in this action adventure
  • Assume the role of Jet Brody, a demolitions expert in the mighty Atlantic Alliance army and the next great action hero
  • Groundbreaking terrain deformation allows players to reshape the battlefield on the fly with futuristic weaponry
  • Set in the mid-2100s with a backdrop of worldwide ecological and seismological chaos
  • Plausible future conflict between genetics vs. cybernetics
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Fracture advances players to the year 2161, where the effects of global warming have altered the planet’s landscape, and a clash in ideologies over human enhancement places society on the threshold of war. In utilizing the core gameplay mechanic of Fracture, a destructive next-generation technology known as Terrain Deformation, players are equipped with an arsenal of futuristic weaponry to strategically reshape their surroundings on the fly. Every action they perform dynamically reshapes the earth in ways no videogame has ever seen.

Players set foot on the frontlines of this epic conflict in the role of Jet Brody, a demolitions expert fighting for the Atlantic Alliance, who rely upon cybernetic enhancement. Pitted against the genetically enhanced soldiers of the Pacifican army, players will experience a revolution in 22nd-century warfare. When Brody throws a tectonic grenade onto a level battlefield, the ground blasts upward providing access to otherwise unreachable areas or providing cover against approaching enemies. Surrounded on all sides by Pacifican forces, Brody heaves a vortex grenade, creating a swirling tornado-like mass of boulder, dirt and debris to dispatch his foes. These are just a few samples of the possibilities for Terrain Deformation. Players not only change the battlefield – they change the face of the battle itself.

Reshape the battlefield with terrain shattering weapons: Experience a dynamic battlefield that is unique every time you play. Use never–before-seen weapons to fracture, crater, freeze, or elevate the earth. Unleash a subterranean torpedo toward your enemy and literally blast the earth from beneath his feet. For the first time, players can mold a war zone for an advantage to push the attack or mount a defense.

Experience a story of betrayal and revenge: Follow the journey of a patriotic Atlantic Alliance soldier when an act of treason launches him into the lethal battlefield of the 22nd century, as forces wage a battle of genetics vs. cybernetics. In a war that divides loyalties and tests the bonds of country and family, this soldier’s discoveries will ultimately decide the fate of North America and perhaps the world.

Multi-player & co-operative play allows the terrain deforming battles to rage on: Choose the side of the genetically enhanced Pacificans or the cybernetically powerful Atlantic Alliance, then jump online and exploit your chosen sides advantages as Terrain Deformation and Genetic vs. Cybernetic elements allow for endless hours of fun with friends online.

Fight for control of familiar locations and landmarks: The last World Wars were fought in Europe, but the next great global war will be fought on American soil. Battle in famous locations across the United States. Defend the Atlantic Alliance in Washington, DC, fight the decisive battle for control of Pacifica in the basin of the now-empty San Francisco bay and uncover the secret that will determine the world’s fate in the Southwest Desert.

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B000R0RHA4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 7, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,286 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Pikminfan on June 30, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
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. The controls are spot on and intuitive, the camera is unnoticeable, and it seems to be glitch-free. Everything runs as smoothly and as properly as you would expect from a game of this caliber-and the polish that was put into this game is evident. Fracture is a beautiful game. It can also be fun deforming the environment with your weapon and your grenades and this feature provides a lot of opportunity for creative strategy.

What gripes me about Fracture however-is that the game is just damn frustrating. If nonstop aggravation, frustration and the urge to lob your controller through the tv are your idea of fun in a video game-then by all means Fracture is the perfect game for you.

Enemies miles off in the distance (that you can't reach with your own measly gun) will blast you to pieces in seconds, enemies will also suddenly appear from thin air in a room that you just spent ten minutes clearing-and promptly kill you by shooting you in the back, it's not uncommon either for you to spend a good 20 to 30 minutes getting through an area just to be killed and have to start clear back from the beginning. I cannot count the number of times I must have shouted out loud, "are you *bleeping* kidding me??" These sorts of things, a fun game do not make-and Fracture can be an exercise in sheer video game patience.

The game's length is decent, but I suspect part of that comes from an artificial lengthening due to the amount of times you die and must restart.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J on September 12, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
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. you play as Jet Brody and it's up to you to stop the general from taking over the world, as your progressive you'll be shooting wave after wave of enemies while keeping the camera under control. The bad AI make the game frustrating at time, the game is pretty standard for a shooting game. The bosses, story mode, selections of different weapons such as snipers, rocket launchers, machine guns, grenades. You'll drive a futuristic off-road vehicle and challenges makes the game worth playing. There is also team deathmatch, capture the flag and king of hill you can play against friends for fun.

the good:
good soundtrack, multiplayer excavation is fun.

the bad:
cheap deaths and frustration as you get farther on the story mode.

Overall I'll give it a score of 6.8
the story was alright, my favorite weapon was the rocket launcher and the tornado grenade. The explosion is nice and the online was fun to play with friends.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Patrick J. Leahy on October 9, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Since there are no reviews for this game, I've decided to write one for all the people thinking about playing it. Keep in mind that its been a while since the last time I wrote a review, so here it goes.
To start, I'll just give a number review then explain why. 6.75/10
First off, if you like action third person shooters, then this is definitely a game to check out. There is a constant flow of enemies to take out with plenty of interesting guns and grenades that do some amazing damage. The terrain gun is used primarily for giving yourself cover and also to solve the many puzzles the litter the game. The game also looks amazing in HD, sights and sounds are great. The problem that I had that occasionally might ruin a game for me is story. The story just felt a little boring. But dont get me wrong, the concept of the way we treat this planet cathing up with us was interesting, and the ideas of what might happen to our country in that time were good too, but I just didn't feel for the characters as much as I would have liked. It is first and foremost a action shooter with the twist of a terrain deforming gun. So its worth checking out if this is your type of game. I liked it, but with so much more games coming out in the next two months, this might have to be one of those rentals.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Harry R. Krimm on June 2, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
The game provided a way for me to kill time.

I was hoping it would have been more like the portal gun. Where you needed to use the gun to figure out how to make it through to the next level, type of thing. But it was more of a brainless, blast at the ground to figure out how to design your own cover. Bla... neat and novel Idea at first. Then after creating my molten blast shield of dirt. Shoot out wave after wave of enemies that was never ending. ("monster closet" spawning)

I originally bought it because it was Lucas Arts for crying out loud! I'd expect better than the mindless monster closets that kept you busy watching your back instead of enjoying the game... I like to look around and check out the scenery after I clear a room and try to look for easter egg's and whatever... nope not in this game.

I refrain from saying this game sucked. I wouldn't have played half way through it if it totally sucked. But, the game needed just a little more of something. I wished they had taken some of their examples from the likes of portal and half life 2. That would have made that little gun invention really neat. But, it was not really neat. I was severly disapointed, and put the game down only after halfway through. Then I sold it at a yard sale.

Update to clarify: One star is what I rated it BECAUSE... I kept shooting at the same enemy over and over and over... the only way to stop the little monster closet from spawning more bad guys was to get past the level. I felt rushed and I was left with the feeling of wanting something more at the end of each level. thinking that I killed everything I'm looking around for pickups only to activate a monster closet by walking past this immaginary line that isn't relevant to anything.
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