March 22, 2013 9:00 AM | Konstantinos Dimopoulos / Gnome
Shattered Haven doesn't comfortably fit inside genres. I mean, yes, it is definitely 2D, sports many puzzles, requires decent reflexes, urges gamers towards high-scores, feels RPG-ish and is obviously a horror game, but what do all these elements make it? I frankly don't know. What I do though know is that Shattered Haven is an utterly unique game with some excellent ideas and that playing through its (first) few levels has been immensely enjoyable. Oh and it even comes with a smart level-editor, while simultaneously supporting local 2-player co-op.