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Toledo Free Press: Video game review: 'Fracture'

Lucas Arts creates some terrific game physics in this terrain changing new third person shooter set in the 22nd century. East coast/West coast tensions reach a new level as Pacificans seeks to separate from the United States. Players have Jet Brody, a talented officer in the Atlantic Alliance, a group seeking to quell the Pacificans "rebellion". Epic environmental catastrophes physically split the U.S.A. in two with "two distinct paths of evolution" - genetics and cybernetics.

A stimulating game full of high production values (voice talent, music, etc.) and replay value. Players must invest to find success. The creativity of manipulating terrain on the fly and discovering enemy tactics requires constant effort, which yields entertaining rewards

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