Heavy Fire is a series of arcade shooter video games developed by video game programmer Teyon between 2010 and The series includes four matches: Heavy Fire: Special Operations , Heavy Fire: Black Arms , Heavy Fire: Afghanistan , and Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear .
Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear is a video game and the sequel to Heavy Fire: Afghanistan, where soldiers have been sent after a captured spy who holds the plans to a secret Iranian nuclear weapons facility. Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear is a military on-rails shooter created by Teyon in 2011 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Teyon is known from their match.
Heavy Fire: Black Arms is a shooting game set in South America where players are sent as special forces recruits to stop illegal arms trade. The game provides a player with 6 missions.
Heavy Fire: Special Operations is a shooting game set a fictional Middle Eastern setting where players join the elite special force fighting against terrorists.
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Heavy Fire Shattered Spear's biggest mistake is that it looks and feels too much like a Call of Duty game. Sure, the graphics aren't great, the voice acting is like something from a bad YouTube video and the gameplay, nothing like Activision's behemoth franchise, leaves a lot to be desired. All that just makes Heavy Fire.
In this episode we dive into Heavy Fire Shattered Spear on the Xbox This last gen gem is of an acquired taste and suited to the palette of a select few. However, it cannot be said that Teyon's on rails arcade shooter is lacking in pleasure for those willing to see beyond the majority of the game. Like us.
And that's if you can see through the many, many problems. Heavy Fire: Shattered Spear looks pretty terrible. Characters and locations seem dull and uninspired, while animation -notably at the very occasional cut scenes -is like something out of a slide show.