UGO writes: "It's easy to appreciate what developer Spark Unlimited was going for with Turning Point: Fall of Libverty. Their "what if?" spin on the otherwise tired genre of World War II-era first-person shooters could have potentially provided the scenario just the kick it needed to feel fresh again. Alas, it is not to be. Now available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PCs, Turning Point is meh on arrival, an unfinished, unpolished mess of a game which oozes potential and, sadly, nothing more.
The basic premise is the most successful element at play in Turning Point. In 1931, Winston Churchill, future Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, was struck by a cab, an incident which left him walking with a cane for the rest of his life. Churchill was a rallying force during World War II, some would say an instrumental component in the breakdown of the Nazi war machine."