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Turning Point: Fall of Liberty - Playstation 3

2.7 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
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  • Fight the Occupation in New York, Washington DC, and London. Witness the Third Reich¿s epic takeover of America and participate in intense, nonstop action against a backdrop of globally recognized landmarks
  • Make a difference as an American Resistance hero and employ guerrilla tactics to outfl ank superior enemy forces. Take advantage of a unique grappling system featuring environmental kills, quick kills, and human shields.
  • Participate in epic, cinematic gameplay from start to finish with this best-in-class First Person Shooter gameplay from SPARK. The soundtrack is from renowned video-game, TV and fi lm composer Michael Giacchino
  • Play online in Deathmatch & Team Deathmatch modes and play as either Americans or Germans. 8 players and 4 maps - range of weapons from pistol to machine gun, sniper rifle and rocket launcher

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

Delivering both wartime authenticity and a fresh perspective through an intense, action-driven storyline, Turning Point¿: Fall of Liberty makes war personal and relevant. Presenting this scenario as a powerful and realistically crafted alternate history, Turning Point¿: Fall of Liberty delivers an explosive First Person Shooter experience in a world where famous real world locations appear startlingly different under Nazi occupation.

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Platform:PlayStation 3  |  Edition:Standard
ASIN B000V7KLKQ
Release date February 28, 2008
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2.7 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #32,057 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 6.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
I was really looking forward to this game. I had read the reviews and thought the premise was awesome, then I played it.

Well, the premise of the game is still good. Nazi's attack America after defeating England in WW2. The graphics look like they still believe it is the 1990's and the PS2 is new. I saw the video trailer, which IS a good representation of the game, and thought that that must be the "work in progress". I was wrong. There is nothing that makes me think that this game is even pushing the envelope of what the PS3 is capable of. The weapons are not as realistic looking as COD4 and the enemies look like they fell out of Wolfenstein.

I have yet to finish the game...not sure if it will keep me interested enough. With a whopping 8 person multiplayer (This is a joke), I might have to go back to COD4.

My biggest regret with this game is convincing my friend to buy it too.

If you like FPS's then stick to COD.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
This game was definitely a let down. I have yet to finish it, and I'm up in the air about if I want to invest the time in doing so.

The premise is great and honestly is what got me to buy this game in the first place, but that isn't able to out weigh everything else that is bad about the game.

The graphics are not in keeping with the PS3. The characters look like they were rendered for the PS2. Every enemy death is the same whether you shoot them in the leg or the head (good luck getting that aimed in). The explosions are just inserted animations with no area effects. At one point I shot an exploding barrel and after the explosion animation the other barrell right next to the original one was still there. The frame rate gets jumpy every once in awhile and the game stops completely to load a new area.

When you have shooterss like Resistance or Call of Duty 4, you can't get these things wrong. In fact if you want a shooter get either one of these especially COD4. Look for this game to soon fill the shelves of your favorite used video game store.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
I rented this game from Blockbuster, because I thought the premise of the game sounded fantastic, but the preview video looked a little rough. Well the game turned out to be a little rough as well. PS2 style graphics, the bad guys will just charge you while you shoot them down. the list goes on and on... I played it for two days and took it back early. I am giving this 2 stars overall only because the "what if" history story is cool.

The online game play was pitiful as well.

Too bad because I think they creators had a great idea, just bad follow through.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
Upon starting Turning Point: Fall of Liberty, you can see right off the bat that this game is lacking in several categories. The graphics are flat out terrible. I feel like I'm playing a PS2 game at some points, though the background during game play are not all bad. As far as scenery goes, there were some moments that were cool (i.e. Zeppelin docked to the Tower Bridge in London) but everything else was fairly normal. This game also has a serious problem with loading, and believe me you'll know what I mean when you see it. You'll be walking and the game will stutter or stop for 2 or 3 seconds and then you'll keep going. It's flat out annoying.

Game play is not atrocious, but 2 things that did bother me.
1) Your trigger is R2 and to aim is L2, so if you are at all used to playing pretty much any other shooting genre of game, it's gonna take some getting used to. And you will die a lot from this, Because R1 (where the trigger should be) is your GRENADES, which don't go very far no matter how much you want them too.

2) When you stand in front of most things to activate them (e.g. an elevator button, a lever) You have to move around to find EXACTLY the right spot. There was more than on occasion when I activated a switch and I was standing OUTSIDE the elevator.

I would certainly rent the game for the sheer storyline (which I did) before you do anything. I also liked the cool Environmental dependent hand to hand situations you can have with the Nazi's (throwing them off a bridge, crushing them under trucks, etc.) Just complete the game on "easy," return it, and go buy Call of Duty 4.
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I simply cannot believe this game is from CodeMasters, and that it is a PS3 title. CodeMasters is known for taking great care to craft quality titles and I can't imagine what happened with this one, it's a riddle. And the PS3 has so much power and potential, there really is no excuse for such a terrible waste of time and money. This game is simply awful. The graphics are PS2 quality at best... in fact, I can think of several PS2 shooters that look better, play better, sound better, and are just a lot more fun than this garbage. (Killzone and Black, for example.) The controls are not very intuitive (e.g. R2 is the trigger button and R1 is the alt fire button, permanently) and only one or two button functions can be changed. Plus the zoom/aim function is toggle only and cannot be changed to "hold" mode. I would give this game one star except the story is pretty original, that part they got right but even then the execution is tragic. 2 stars
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