X-Play: Fracture Review

Ultimately, Fracture is an aptly titled game, since many of its components don't fit well together. The single-player campaign seems unfinished, boss battles lack ingenuity, an awkward controlling vehicle sequence seems to have been tossed at random, and the automatic augmentation system offers few meaningful enhancements. The game's high production values aren't enough to make you want to revisit the campaign, leaving Fracture's long-term appeal in the hands of the multiplayer community.

Still, while it features less depth than Halo 3 or Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, there is plenty of chaotic fun to be had with Fracture's online modes, especially for those looking for something new before Gears of War 2 ships.

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