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Fracture by Lucasarts Entertainment




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  • Animated Blood
  • Mild Language
  • Violence
Fracture is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 39.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360
  • Publisher: Lucasarts Entertainment
  • Developer: LucasArts
  • Category: Shooter

Product Details:

Amidst a backdrop of worldwide ecological and seismological chaos in the mid-2100s, the United States has been split in two by the "Great Flood". As a result of the polar ice cap melting, the Mississippi River has destroyed the central portion of the United States, causing an ill-equipped Federal Government to fail and literally cutting the country in half. These two halves are left to fend for themselves in the aftermath. 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 enhancements 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 that 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 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.

The East, now known as the Atlantic Alliance, symbolic of their union with Europe, puts its faith in surviving this new world in cybernetics, an established yet evolving technology now more than 150 years old. On the other side of the flooded continent, the Western states, now called the Republic of Pacifica and having allied with Asia, resort to solving their problems at the genetic level, effectively restructuring the DNA of its inhabitants - a method the Atlantic Alliance finds morally reprehensible.

By 2161, it only takes a hint of unauthorized military preparation in Pacifica for the newly restored president to order a strike in the heart of Pacifican territory - an outpost in the now dry San Francisco Bay. This strike leads to the unthinkable: an epic conflict with global implications fought on U.S. soil. As a soldier in this struggle, Mason Briggs uses explosive, terrain-deforming weaponry to change the face of battle: He not only destroys the land in his path, he outright transforms it to gain the strategic advantage in completely unscripted ways no game has ever seen. With such a devastating arsenal at hand, Briggs never leaves any battlefield the way he found it.

In addition to extraordinary weaponry that allows players to do things previously only imagined, each side of the conflict, Pacifica and the Atlantic Alliance, boast soldiers with powers beyond those of ordinary men. Genetic augmentations provide Pacifican forces with amazing abilities, while Atlantic Alliance soldiers like Briggs counter the threat with the more "traditional" method: cybernetics. The differing states of superhumanity result in balanced yet stylistically different combat tactics that have never been seen before.

  • Truly next-generation gameplay - Groundbreaking terrain deformation allows players to reshape the battlefield on the fly with futuristic weaponry of the year 2161, allowing for unprecedented power, freedom and control.
  • All new story and characters from the company that brought you Star Wars and Indiana Jones, as well as Mercenaries and Thrillville - Players assume the role of Mason Briggs, a demolitions expert in the mighty Atlantic Alliance army and the next great action hero.
  • Plausible future conflict - As stem cell research continues to proliferate and spirals out of control, ideological differences over genetic enhancement place the player at the threshold of an epic battle of tomorrow between genetics vs. cybernetics as two powerful armies, with vastly differing tactics and advantages, square off. The battlefield will change forever.
  • 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 to your 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 a 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 one: Choose the side of the genetically enhanced Pacificans or the cybernetically powerful Atlantic Alliance, then jump online and exploit your chosen side's 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, D.C., 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 Southwestern Desert.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Changing the environment is fun and different It seems like a normal third person shooter but you have the ability to change the terrain while playing which can be used to solve puzzles and get rid of enemies.
    Date published: 2013-04-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from VERY BORING-- You can get much better cheap games 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. The idea of the game is okay, but their execution is pretty bad. You're supposed to be a soldier fighting people who've become their own country so they can legally do lots of genetic modifications to their bodies to the extent of no longer being human, etc., etc. I started the game not judging it, going through the intro and seeing what I thought about it. It didn't seem very interesting, but I was waiting for when it would start getting better. It didn't. I played for awhile, but eventually, it became too dull to even mess with. That really says something, coming from the games I've played. I know from experience that there are MUCH better games you can get for the same price. The game-makers tried, but it's really not even worth the couple of bucks it costs. Bottom line: BUY SOMETHING ELSE!!!
    Date published: 2013-04-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from human kind is at stake i just got this game for christmas eve and its a solid game. however the story is a little far to my likings. its like alien invasion turned human. the weapons are quite destructive and you can dig underground which is pretty cool. in my opinion only casual shooters will enjoy this game its not that exciting enough.
    Date published: 2012-12-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fracture I thought the game as great one of the best games ive played in awhile. It really is goo. It is the best third person shooter out there. Get it!!!
    Date published: 2012-11-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from This game is not bad . why do people say it is This game is not all that bad trust me on this one might be just my opinion , but the ability to raise the ground level and crush opponets into the cellings and walls is amazing and i love that aspect . you can make baricafes with the terrain and use it to defend you there is a great array of weapons and the enimies are unique the storyline is awesome and the graphics are good . this game i actually played 3 times in its entirity i might be a lonely person saying this but i love fracture and would recomend it to anyone and for the price its worth 20 in my eyes . i recommend it .
    Date published: 2012-07-12
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nah don't buy I think this game is stupid. I think people should buy Call of Duty instead of this game. I don't really like 3rd person shooter all that much anyways. Lol.....
    Date published: 2012-07-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Something went bad... This game tries to almost take a little from the Ghost Recon style of play (minus the recon part) and put it into a game that has a off the wall idea. To make matters worse, it says Lucas Arts on the cover! I thought that Lucas Arts only printed there name on Star Wars merchandise. This game is probably just some sort of draft idea for Star Wars that George Lucas wrote 30 years ago. But it got thrown out and its ideas were scrapped for Star Wars. Now the terrible ideas came back in this awful game. Whatever you do, don't buy it!
    Date published: 2012-06-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fracture Fracture was a at first look a good game. But the old saying goes "Don't judge a book by it's cover". It is a decent game but not for everyone. There isn't all that interesting of a story. I would recommend this game if you are looking for some achievements, but truly a casual game.
    Date published: 2012-06-05
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