User reviews for Turning Point: Fall of Liberty
3.1 / 10Combined Score
Clunky controls, Chalky graphics,virtually no story
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty looked a decent enough game when the trailer was released a few months back, but that pre-rendered taster bears little relevance to the game out for a bank-busting 50 quid today.
The brief outline in the manual is an interesting enough premise for an alternate history shooter, but the story doesn't transfer to the game. All it does is ask a few questions that never get answered, like if the USA is getting invaded why is there no army to defend it? Why does the fate of the country rely on a construction worker?
The construction worker in question goes by the name of Dan Carter, and he's about as charasmatic as a piece of sandpaper. He never talks, wears dull, plain clothes and is very forgettable. Dan can sprint, throw grenades and disarm bombs. However he moves really slowly, like as if wading through treacle, even the sprint butt...