LucasArts has released the final box art for Fracture and announced that the game will be released on October 7, 2008.
Not liking it at all.
yeah definitely doesn't sell the game to me at all. the games graphics are fair better than that boxart gives you the impression of. but i guess it bring an old saying to meaning, dont just a book by its cover... but then again this is a game.
I checked the media from E3 on this one, really nothing getting my heart pumping over this one. Gameplay is just ok, seems like it will turn out sorta like a Dark Sector, but who knows, i might be just blowin smoke and this could be a sleeper hit
Yeah the artwork is actually pretty bad. It would have better to see something in the way of a logo and some "fractured" concrete behind it. Perhaps a two colored logo representing both sides as grafiti on a fractured wall? Anywho, this game is looking like a rental to me and as said above, it may be a sleeper hit but those are far and few between these days. Many games that are thought to be great or even at the least a decent purchase turn out to be dogs. Hopefully this one will not let us down.
The drawing and overall design feels a bit amaturish. The idea is nice but characters in the background seem rather badly drawn.
I don't why but something on this cover remind me something from Halo.
Honestly, this pic would be a MUCH better box art for Fracture, check it out: http://www.techshout.com/im...
Maybe they're tying to rival how bad the game is going to be with the box art itself.
The next Haze confirmed.
...to say how awful this boxart is, wow are they serious. It's like he pooped the middle guy.
Box art is pretty crummy, but the game looks like a must-have to me. But the big problem is that it's coming out the same day as Fallout 3. What marketing genius at Lucas Arts decided that?
The box art and the game in general doesn't look too impressive.
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