In the beginning, there was the King.
From a thought, he conjured up the Void.
From a glance, he made the world.
And from a whisper, he created us.
The world as it was is gone, lost with the disappearance of the King. As a Wanderer of these forsaken lands, it is up to you to piece together the fragments of reality and retrace the fall of civilisation through skill based combat, innovative open-world platforming and the testimonies of survivors… some more trustworthy than others.
Ethereal exploration and epic battles
A ruined continent of untold stories and mighty foes is yours to roam. For those who brave its paths, the world of Hypnos contains many secrets, some to aid you on your way and others to illuminate the road that led to your existence. Experience precision based combat and 2.5D platforming set to a complex branching narrative in the reality spanning action-adventure of Shattered – Tale of the Forgotten King.
Are you ready, Wanderer?
A new world to discover: Explore a gorgeously rendered semi-open world with branching paths and mysterious secrets. Each new zone tells a story through stunning art direction and finely crafted design.
Monstrous enemies to defeat: Observe your foes, anticipate their moves and use their own attacks against them. Switch between close-combat sword fights and long distance spell slinging to dominate the battlefield, and experience seamless transitions between full 3D and 2.5D battles.
A tale 10 years in the making: The universe of Shattered is the culmination of over a decade’s worth of imagination and creativity: an epic reality conjured from the minds at Redlock Studio. Tale of the Forgotten King is but a first step into the world of Hypnos, with more games already planned.
A story all your own: Not all survivors of Hypnos are trustworthy: though most will help you on your way, there are those who seek to use you for their own ends. The world will remember the choices you make during your adventure, and only those with focus and dedication will see through to the truth beyond.
Constant progression: Whether through combat or exploration, the Wanderer will evolve. How is up to you. With your finite resources will you raise your strength or discover another truth of Hypnos? Buy a new weapon, or increase your spellcasting? The choice is yours but choose carefully: not every path can be taken.
« I had travelled through forgotten paths for days, weeks and months to reach the Thousand-Door Palace. A place where only silence reigned now. Where the wind had stopped and the tides retreated with the Great Rift. The great Departure.
And here I was, bathed in my mist of past and future memories, standing in this mythical place that remained, still. The only location anyone in Hypnos could have found with no map or compass back when the King still reigned.
And I Remember the Silence In My Soul.
The Bitter Raindrops In the Wind. »
- Game Title: Shattered – Tale of the Forgotten King
- Store Page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1045180/
- Metacritic: https://www.metacritic.com/search/game/shattered/results/
- Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie, RPG
- Developer: Redlock Studio
- Publisher: Redlock Studio
- Release Date: 17 Feb, 2021
Shattered Tale of the Forgotten King-CODEX
SIZE: 10.3 GB
5 GB LINKS
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- Shattered Tale of the Forgotten King-CODEX 17 February 2021
- OS: Windows 8.1 64bit, Windows 10 64bit
- Processor: IntelCore i3-2100
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 970
- Storage: 15 GB available space
- OS: Windows 10 64bit
- Processor: IntelCore i5-7600
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
- Storage: 15 GB available space
- Additional Notes ↓ : Controller recommended
- Extract - Burn or mount the .iso - Run setup.exe and install - Play
thank you skidrow been looking forward to this
thank you for this!
do not know the game at all….but it’s mechanics seem interesting!
gonna try it
thank you very much for the links ,, i love the gifs u put in every game
thank you very much for the links ,, i love the gifs u put for every game
The game looks good and interesting. I enjoy games with open world exploration. Looks worth a try.
Also, did I just see a mini version of Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas hanging onto the back of the game character, ‘Wanderer’ you play as in the game’s trailer?!
Anybody is able to use the controller? No matter what I try, my PS4 controller isn’t recognized
You would have better luck with using an Xbox 360 or Xbox One controller for Windows, than you would with trying to get a PS4 Controller to work.
That would be like asking Sony if they can make a Universal Game Controller that works on PCs with your Windows OS, as well as on your Playstation 4.
“Hey Sony, … Do you support Windows?”
We are in 2021, PS4 controllers are 100% recognized by Windows 10 and Steam and, in fact, I can use mine in any new game without a problem. Even when this doesn’t work, there are in any case software like DS4Windows and XInput that emulate with precision the Xbox controller. In my case no matter what I try, the game simply uses the KB+M.
I don’t think the problem is the type of controller I used, but how the game handles it. From what I have gathered, the game takes advantage of Steam to recognize and use any controller but ofc the Codex version can’t do this, It is probably necessary to modify some config file to tell the game to look for the controller, I was just asking if any of you had this issue. Don’t comment with something so pointless that only shows how little you know about the topic
Respectfully, I am aware of everything that you just mentioned in your reply to me, including DS4 for Windows, heck, long before there was even a DS4 for Windows, there was an app for PS3 controllers.
But aside from that, that still doesn’t necessarily mean that either Windows, or a third party game controller app like DS4 will work the way you expect or want it to work for every possible game that you wish to play in a Windows 10 OS environment, just because you propose, or think that it might.
Tell me, how many games overall can you attest to that you own, or have played that have 100% full support of console controllers not made by Microsoft, that have full support without the need of having to use a third party app like DS4.
Show me those statistics, a site, reviews, any solid proof from either Sony or Microsoft themselves that make the exact same claim that you are trying to show for 100% full Sony Console Controller support in Windows 10.
As I said before, there is much greater support from Microsoft, with their own game console controllers In Windows 10, than there is for any other game console controller.
Plus, while on topic, Windows 10 even incorporates the use of Xbox live services, has the Xbox console companion, and the Xbox game bar built into the OS.
Do you think that when Microsoft was working on building their latest Windows OS, they were consulting with Sony on full support of their console game controllers?!
I don’t think so!
Only Two years ago did Microsoft and Sony get together to talk about a partnership to collaborate and develop future cloud solutions, because both Amazon and Google Stadia was ahead of the game with it’s cloud streaming service that could allow Gamers to play their games through the service on any device, without the need of owning or having a game console.
Even if you were to look up what type of OS the PS4 runs on, I’m sure that you would have no argument to uphold, when you realize that it isn’t running on a Microsoft OS, but rather on Orbis OS, which is a fork of FreeBSD version 9.0.
Here is your source for information to save you the trouble:
Even the Playstation 5 OS has a redesigned PS4 User Interface, which I quote here from the current VP of UX design at Playstation said himself, “Matt MacLaurin, the current vice president of UX design at PlayStation, described the redesigned user interface as a “very interesting evolution of the OS”, and a “100 percent overhaul of the PS4 UI and some very different new concepts”
Look under the heading: System software
Still not using any kind of OS that Microsoft developed.
Even if you do somehow manage to get your PS4 controller to work with Shattered: Tale Of The Forgotten King, that does not necessarily mean that the Developer behind this game had full console controller support in mind with Playstation console controllers.
On whole, from my own experience, and from what I have seen from some game developers even, there is greater support for Microsoft based game controllers, than there are for Sony Playstation controllers.
Why do you think I said what I said in my original post before all of this dispute started?
Sure, you can go ahead and spend your free time configuring, and screwing around your own system with third party controller apps all you want to, till you are blue in the face with frustration, or you can simply take the easy way and go straight to the source of asking the Game Developers themselves to add support for Playstation console type controllers like the PS4 and PS5.
But, you didn’t think of that did you?
So, instead of telling me that I posted something pointless, how much more pointless was it for you to think that I had no idea of what I was talking about before I even posted my first reply to you, hey?
I’m not sitting here telling you what you can or can not comment on, though however you seem to think that you somehow have the authority to tell me what I can or can not say.
Realistically speaking, you are not the first Guest or the last, who has come to this site, disagreeing with something I have said, and you know what, that’s okay, cause even when I suggest something to someone who may have a difference of opinion, it doesn’t mean that I am necessarily wrong about what I had said.
And if you want to go so far as to challenge me in what I know, or what you think I don’t know, you are more than welcome to prove me wrong, but until I can see some valid points to disclaim or discredit all that I had said and mentioned here on in about Windows 10 and full game controller support from something other than Microsoft product related, then and only then can you and I have a REAL OPEN ENDED DISCUSSION ON THE MATTER.
In the meantime, have fun with setting up your PS4 controller to work with this game….
OR, you can simply try plugging in an Xbox 360 or Xbox One controller, if you have one lying around somewhere, and for the record you won’t even need a client like STEAM to recognize the game controller plugged into one of your free USB ports, because Windows of course, will pick up it, recognize it, and download or install the proper drivers for it.