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USB Stick Packed with Shattered Horizon

PC gamers looking for a new USB flash drive may want to pick up Patriot Memory's new limited edition Xporter USB bundle. The package contains a customized 8 GB or 16 GB USB drive with a game download code for the zero gravity, multiplayer first-person shooter Shattered Horizon over on Steam. Patriot plans to release additional Shattered Horizon bundles at a later date.

For the uninitiated, the game's description is as follows: "Shattered Horizon is an innovative first-person shooter set in zero gravity and offers action-packed gaming for up to 32 players at a time. Set in near-Earth space 40 years from now, players fight it out in zero gravity to control hollowed-out asteroids, huge fragments of Moon rock and the ruined remains of the International Space Station."

Although Patriot did not provide pricing and availability, consumers can grab the bundle at TigerDirect, CompUSA, Frys, and other online retailers.

  • mrhappy50
    to bad not a lot of people play that game.
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  • scione
    I actually havent heard of the game till now, lol
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  • brother shrike
    Fun game, barely anyone plays it though.
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  • HansVonOhain
    This game is physx lover. If you ATi, it purposely lowers your performance.
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  • the_krasno
    HansVonOhainThis game is physx lover. If you ATi, it purposely lowers your performance.
    CPU physics, not GPU ones. This is a very CPU intensive game.
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  • miicah
    If it's the same price as competing 16gb drives then why not :D

    Though this game is a bit of a resource hog
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  • zargonog
    Dangit I just bought this game like 2 weeks ago for $20. It is a pretty sweet game though. It gave me headaches at first (just like Descent did!), but once you get used to it, there is epic action to be had. Pretty intense trying to assault a flag when there could be people coming from any angle.
    Would be better if more people played...middle of the night will have about 2 total playing. the levels are pretty much all the same, asteroids, space station remains, satellite remains, etc. but the space backdrop is always fun to look at.
    Performance could be better, but I have everything turned up.
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  • aquila
    Why does this bring up memories of Ender's Game... :)
    "The enemy's gate is DOWN!"
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  • elcentral
    id love the ide of usb game instaler then the game instaler itself can upgrade new drivers so your not needed to dl them the next time. pluss if it some whot fast it ill rock the dvd. but im already moved on to hardrives frue steam. its not the best way to go but no freaking dvd and im happy enought
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  • zak_mckraken
    I'd rather have one packed with Event Horizon!
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