Summary: Shattered Horizon is a multi-player shooter that has lost its critical mass of players. The remaining experts will instantly ream any newcomers, and there isn't a single player campaign to practice, so the game is pretty much dead. My first impression was that Shattered Horizon should have been a Quake or Half-Life mod, and that I would rather be playing a Quake or Half-Life mod.
Summary: This game has a lot of reviews referring to pre-patch versions, there is a nice array of diverse weaponry now. All have pros and cons. Also several new maps have been added, making the tech demo this game released as a coherent, complete game a year later. It works flawlessly on windows vista and 7, any reports of unplayability on 7 should be long since rectified, unless they run outdated drivers.
Summary: Despite the screams of anguish of certain melodramatic reviewers, this actually works very well on 64-bit Windows 7, if you have reasonably powerful hardware, so don't let that fear deter you from trying this excellent competitive shooter. This is only a team death match game, and it does that extremely well. The recently added single-player mode is a great way to practice your navigation, shooting, and avoidance skills.
Summary: Windows 7 users beware, this is a totally useless program. I was looking forward to playing this, and it won't even play on my laptop! Worthless, and the game designers are quite aware most users are running Windows 7 and most are running 64bit! C'mon! I would give this trash a negative ZERO, but they just don't let you rate it that low. Most usually why steam had it on sale!
Summary: Zero G capture the flag first person shooter. Somewhat fun once you get your keyboard controls squared away. The default setup is difficult if not impossible to not get sea sick. Expect a few rounds of disorientation until you figure it out. Regardless, no online players make this a game to avoid.
Summary: When I first bought Shattered Horizon, it was awesome looking, but limited. I would have given it a seven or eight. I liked the idea of it more than actually playing it, so I didn't play that much. Since then, Newmark has continued to add features and refine it. Originally, each astronaut had an assault rifle, grenade launcher, and ice pick. Then they added sniper rifle, SMG, MG, and shotgun. That was great, but I still got my butt kicked every single time.
Summary: Worth every cent, love total freedom of movement and gfx are awesome, replay value is getting better because of bots and awesome new friends. Just hope that they will continue supporting game.
Summary: The realistic graphics six-degrees of freedom and addictive game play are what makes this game great. The only down side is the lack of players due to the need for a good graphics card and a strong computer. With the recent additions of new weapons the game is becoming more and more expansive and some say that a story mode is on the way. Even with the small down sides this is still arguably the best multi-player first-person shooter in video gaming history.
Summary: A fun little game. First of all, the game is truly beautiful, and it cam seem so lonely if you turn your suit system off, leaving you with a silent emptiness. It has a fair amount of balance but it'd pretty hard to get a skillful kill. Has a bit of a learning curve but in the end, it's a blast. Maybe the only thing that's missing is HAL 9000!