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Shattered Horizon

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Overall 9
8.6

Shattered Horizon

Strategy Informer
6 October 2011
  • Excerpt: It’s not often a multiplayer only game inspires us to not only go out and buy it, but for the developers to go back to the drawing board and think about making a campaign to go along with it. That’s what Futuremark did with their first game, Shattered Horizon, a multiplayer only space-shooter where hurling bullets in zero gravity can make all the difference to the way you think about shooters.
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Overall 8
8.0

Shattered Horizon

ztgd.com
22 January 2011
  • Excerpt: Look Ma, I am playing one of those 3DMark thingies!
  • Pros: - Zero-G gameplay, - Downright jaw dropping, - Outstanding NetCode
  • Cons: Only 1 main weapon, Only 4 maps, Takes a powerful system to run on high
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Overall 6
6.0

Shattered Horizon review (PC)

HonestGamers
23 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Shattered Horizon is certainly an original and unique addition to the FPS genre, but the lack of content and variety, the small number of players online and the lack of Windows XP support make it a difficult title to recommend.
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Shattered Horizon Review

GameSpot
6 March 2010
  • Excerpt: As you might expect from a company best known for benchmarking programs aimed at hardcore PC gamers, Futuremark's Shattered Horizons is rather demanding. This Steam-distributed multiplayer-only shooter requires a top-of-the-line CPU and video-card combo, along with either Windows 7 or Vista as an operating system because the game has been built around DirectX 10 without support for Windows XP. But you can't complain (too much).
  • Pros: Unique space setting and easy-to-use controls, Features like zero gravity and stealth add depth to combat, Atmospheric outer space visuals
  • Cons: Demanding system requirements that include Windows 7 or Vista, Only four maps and three modes of play
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Shattered Horizon (PC) Review

Neoseeker
24 February 2010
Overall 7
7.0
Gameplay 8
7.5
Looks 8
8.0

Shattered Horizon (PC) - Review

VGChartz
7 February 2010
  • Excerpt: Zero gravity has always been a questionable modification to modern multiplayer shooters, love it or hate it. The biggest problem: decreased accuracy associated with the lack of cognitive motion. This lack of control makes judging distance and observing enemy movement difficult. Enter Futuremark Game Studios, a brand new game company which is a subsidiary of Futuremark Corporation.
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Overall 8
8.3

Shattered Horizon

Auracore MediaWorks
19 January 2010
  • Summary: Fly me to the moon, let me shoot among the stars.
  • Pros: Excellent graphics; innovative gameplay pitting you in the depths of space; potential to be an even greater game with some additional content.
  • Cons: Steep system requirements; only one class and one weapon; lack of depth in game modes and maps.
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Overall 8
8.3

Shattered Horizon

Auracore MediaWorks
19 January 2010
  • Summary: Fly me to the moon, let me shoot among the stars.
  • Pros: Excellent graphics; innovative gameplay pitting you in the depths of space; potential to be an even greater game with some additional content.
  • Cons: Steep system requirements; only one class and one weapon; lack of depth in game modes and maps.
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Overall 6
6.0

Shattered Horizon

GamesRadar
4 December 2009
  • Pros: Unique in concept, Controls are well thought out, 3D radar and intuitive damage indicators
  • Cons: Only a few modes, Only a few maps, Novelty can't hold interest for long
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Overall 8
8.0

Shattered Horizon Review

GamerNode
19 November 2009
  • Excerpt: The battle’s been quiet for a few moments, so all I can hear is my own breathing inside my spacesuit. My boots are latched onto a bit of rock, and I’m crouched just below the lip of an enormous ridge overlooking the sprawling mining facility we’re trying to defend. I pop my head up above the lip tentatively, looking for the telltale signs of incoming blues. There — somebody’s let himself float too high and away from cover.
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