Shatter is a fiendishly well-crafted game available from the Playstation Store for a little under ten bucks where you spend hours smashing blocks and absorbing vast amounts of neurologically-stimulating graphical flair and ambience.
What a weird... well crafted... Okay, I'm dazzled. This game is awesome! Maybe one of the best OST ever! Don't even hesitate, this is a must have. After one hour, you'll be addicted. The gameplay is brilliant, clever... But I stop right there. For me, that's a new Tetris.
This is probably the best Arkanoid game I played on PS3. It takes the spirit of the original brick breaker games as a basis, but then Shatter is imaginative and well-designed on its own. Besides, it poses an interesting challenge for hardcore players, since some of the trophies are quite difficult to get.
First it was really fun, but after some level it got boring. In my opinion it is too repetitive for a normal game and too complex for a mini games. Sort of sitting between two chairs.
It is not that in would be always the same thing with only changing backgrounds. There are many different special blocks (rotating, exploding, rocketing, floating…), game modes (normal, hold 3 balls as long as possible, Tetris-like survival) and different areas (rectacular, circular), but always you end up doing the same: You a paddle and attract or push away blocks (and the ball) by a weak gravitational force from the paddle.
If you like doing that for hours, the game is for you. Otherwise look out for something else.
Summary[Playstation Network] Shatter reminds players of classic brick-breaking games, but with twists that make it modern and unique including: Innovative controls, physics effects, power-ups, special attacks, and boss battles which combine to provide an experience that is always interactive. Standard, Boss Rush and Bonus game modes enhanced w...