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Game Information

Developer: Supermassive Games

Genre: Interactive Story

A Nation in turmoil. A city under threat where only your decisions can prevent catastrophe. In Shattered State you assume the role of the Director of the National Intelligence Agency in the midst of a national crisis. You must take control of the situation and make tough decisions that decide the fate of your colleagues, the public, and ultimately, the nation. With a branching narrative your choices have far-reaching consequences, impacting both the course of events and the outcome of the game. Shattered State encourages multiple playthroughs, letting players discover how they could have overcome each of the challenges in a time of national crisis. Simon Harris, Executive Producer of VR Games at Supermassive Games said “We are delighted to be partnering with Google to bring our acclaimed storytelling and production values to Daydream. This partnership has enabled us to create a game which we believe sets a new benchmark for mobile VR.” FEATURES Create your own story – Immerse yourself in a cinematic thriller, where your choices have consequences with real impact on the course of events and the outcome of the game. A unique VR experience - A fast paced gaming experience bringing Supermassive’s high production values to Google Daydream. Multiple outcomes – every decision you make changes the course of the game, providing multiple paths and outcomes within the same story. Believable characters – can you make the right choices, who do you believe? Who is on your side? Game supports the WorldSense™ feature and is optimised for the Lenovo Mirage Solo standalone VR headset.
Shattered State | Launch Video | Daydream thumbnail

Shattered State | Launch Video | Daydream

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Reviews

Shattered State is a short and sweet political thriller that lets you decide the fate of a nation. Supermassive's mastery of branching narratives and growing experience with VR come together nicely in an experience that's well worth playing, taking a short break, and then exploring one or two of the other possible outcomes.

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