Heavy Fire Shattered Spear

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Save the spy. Protect your base. Take the battle to the enemy. Destroy the nuclear threat. All in a day's work for an Army Ranger.

Your spy has stolen the secret plans to an Iranian nuclear weapons facility. Rescue him, protect your base, then take the fight to the enemy. Fight your way into the enemy base using all of the tools at your disposal including pistols, machine guns, shotguns, sniper rifles, grenades, helicopters, tanks, the mighty AC-130, night vision goggles, and more. Use the multi-directional multi-cover system to protect yourself along the way. Grab some of your buddies for 4-player co-op mode, or take on the enemy by yourself in single-player mode. Do you think you have what it takes to tackle the enemy in the edge-of-your-seat action shooter?

Key Features:

  • Sniping, night vision and new intense vehicle episodes

  • Cutting-edge graphics engine for an incredible visual experience

  • 4-player co-op mode for intense team-based gameplay

  • Multi-directional and multi-cover system for fast run-and-gun gameplay

  • New weapons for hardcore gameplay

Customer reviews


Improves on Heavy Fire Afghanistan but still a poor game

Legolas_Katarn | Dec. 16, 2015 | See all Legolas_Katarn's reviews »

Heavy Fire Shattered Spear is a rail shooter, with occasional quick time events, that plays like the previous title Heavy Fire Afghanistan. The graphics have been improved, they are certainly not cutting edge or incredible but environments look fine and you now get more feedback when shooting enemies, making the game significantly more enjoyable than the first. You take damage easier than you did in the first game which I believe is an improvement but sometimes you can start taking damage before you are able to react to enemy fire. There seems to be some hit detection issues where you are able to hit enemies by shooting near them. If you are really desperate for a rail shooter this is an improvement on their last title, but your money is still better spent elsewhere.