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Turning Point: Fall of Liberty (Windows)

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www.xbox.com:
    Turning Pointâ„¢: Fall of Liberty sees World War II take a catastrophic turn as a superior Nazi force attacks New York and goes on to take over the United States. Delivering both wartime authenticity and a fresh perspective through an intense, action-driven storyline, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty makes war personal and relevant. Presenting this scenario as a powerful and realistically crafted alternate history, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty delivers an explosive First Person Shooter experience in a world where famous real-world locations appear startlingly different under Nazi occupation.

    • Witness the Third Reich's epic takeover of the United States
    • Fight the Occupation in New York, Washington DC, and London
    • Make a difference as an American Resistance hero
    • Battle an unstoppable Axis army loaded with post-war weapons
    • Use the surroundings with unique environmental kills, multiple grapples, and human shields!
    • Stunning soundtrack from renowned composer Michael Giacchino, famous for Lost, Ratatouille, "Alias" and Mission: Impossible III, among many others

    Contributed by havoc of smeg (15011) on Oct 11, 2010.

www.playstation.com:
    Take on the Third Reich in an alternate reality.

    While there are many FPS games based on the Second World War, few are as unique as Turning Point: Fall of Liberty.

    Based on an alternate history in which Winston Churchill died in 1931, the game depicts a Britain fallen to the Third Reich and an unexpected Nazi invasion of America. The player controls American construction worker and National Guard Dan Carson as he tries to survive against the Axis Powers.

    As well as authentic World War Two weapons, the game includes guns that were in development during the collapse of Nazi Germany, as well as featuring locations from all over the world.

    • Use the environment to attack your enemy
    • Soundtrack from renowned composer Michael Giacchino
    • In-depth story detailing a fictitious Nazi invasion of America

    Contributed by havoc of smeg (15011) on May 20, 2010.

Press Release:

    WWII Comes to America As Turning Point: Fall of Liberty Ships to U.S. Stores

    Universal City, Calif. - February 26, 2008 - Presenting explosive action in a unique and provocative World War II scenario, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty, the alternate reality shooter from Spark Unlimited, is now shipping to U.S. retail stores nationwide Codemasters announced today; the title's UK launch will follow on March 14.

    Throwing gamers into a WWII like no other, Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is set in an alternate 1953 where, following the fall of Europe, Nazi forces launch an invasion on the gateway to the United States. Opening with decimating attack on New York City, players take on the role of construction worker Dan Carson caught in the middle of the blitzkrieg.

    As the city is taken block by block, players must survive the initial assault before regrouping with a team of resistance workers and lead a fight back against the oppressors. With the Third Reich's sights set on the seat of government, the action takes players to Washington D.C. and, eventually, to a startlingly different London, which has been flying the Swastika under Nazi rule for over a decade.

    Prepare to fight afresh on these very different WWII battlegrounds when Turning Point: Fall of Liberty arrives for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PLAYSTATION3 computer entertainment system and Games for Windows. See Carson in action and join the resistance online at www.turningpointgame.com

    Turning Point: Fall of Liberty is rated "T" (Teen - Language, Violence - Content that may be suitable for persons ages 13 and older) by the ESRB.

    Contributed by Jeanne (75612) on Sep 24, 2008.