Aaron Birch writes:
"Fracture is an odd game. There's nothing really bad about it, save the dull content, clichéd characters and underused terrain system, but there's also nothing great either. The game simply rumbles along ticking the paint-by-numbers action shooter boxes until you reach the end, and never lives up to what it coulda, shoulda been. You'll never sit back and say "wow" as with so many recent releases, but if you like the genre, you'll most likely enjoy it enough to make it through. This is a definite try before you buy title, and a shot at the demo, or a rental, is recommended before you shell out."