Inevitably this is the time of year when the major game developers release their biggest titles, all in the hope of capturing a share of the lucrative holiday market. From RPG, to survival horror, to rhythm games, every gaming genre breaks out their big guns. This year no genre seems more heavily represented than the shooter. With Gears of War 2, Call of Duty: World at War, and Left 4 Dead all expected to take home a large chunk of change, there is going to be a little room left over for the smaller, lesser known IPs to stand out. One of the early entries into that variety is Fracture.