Deal of the week- Turning Point: Fall of Liberty on xbox 360 only £19.99 delivered @ shopto + quidco - HotUKDeals
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The game is also available on pc for £16.99. The next cheapest I could find for the 360 game is £32.95 @ blah. The price after going through quidco is £19.19 which I think is a good price.

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In 1931, Winston Churchill was hit by a taxi in New York. In the real world, he survived, and went on to rally the British people to fight the Nazi threat. But what if he hadn't?

It's from this premise that Fall Of Liberty takes it's theme - without Churchill's leadership, Europe and the United Kingdom have fallen to Hitler's forces. By 1951, using crushing technical superiority, the United States is invaded and defeated by the Third Reich. With this setting, Fall Of Liberty will be an FPS experience like no other; a game that's both a World War II FPS and something different. Fighting not as a soldier, but a resistance fighter in a United States of America that's under the rule of a foreign power.

Exclusive to next-generation platforms and PC, Fall Of Liberty breathes new life into the FPS genre.
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Good price, the game is shockingly bad though :(
rented this yesterday...turned off after 30 mins..posted back today
horrid game
Have to agree with the 2 above posters - a great price for a new release (2 weeks old?) - but i had it on rental the friday it came out and returned it first post on the monday - utter garbage - one of the worst, must broken games on the 360
Horrible demo - wouldn't play this if it was free. Better to spend £20 on a decent game.

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