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Shadow Man

by Acclaim Entertainment
Windows 95
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • New, sealed big box
  • Korean import but the game is English
  • Unique, rare item

System Requirements

  • Platform:   Windows 95
  • Media: CD-ROM

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • ASIN: B00002NDED
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 24, 1999
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,698 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Amazon.com

He is coming, walking between worlds, making a trail of evil from Liveside to Deadside. He is coming, skull in one hand, calabash in the other, a voodoo mask in his chest, lines of power in his back. He is coming, stalking monsters in tenements and deserts, subways and swamps, spirit world and real world. Shadow Man is coming. Shadow Man: voodoo disciple and hero, seeker and defender.

From the Manufacturer

In this third-person action-adventure with multiple views and player-controlled camera capabilities, a voodoo priestess has planted a spiritual mask in the chest of hit man Mike Le Roi. Imbued with the mystical powers of a voodoo warrior, he becomes Shadowman. Armed with conventional and black magic weapons, he walks between worlds to wage war against a cabal of undead serial killers and their legions of otherworldly psychos. The arsenal of awesome and varied flesh-wasting weapons includes the .50 Desert Eagle, the Violator, the Shadowgun, the Flambeau, the Calabash, the Asson, and many more.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Most Underrated Game Ever May 17, 2001
This is a title that I wonder why no one picked up on. True the first 2 boards were long and monotonous. But after them, I could not believe the plot that was unfolding. This was clearly the most original game I had ever played. (Okay so maybe collecting 120 items was elsewhere on N64) Anyway, I suggest that N64 owners give this a first or second chance. In additon, I have never played a game in which the sound effects and music played such an integral part of the game. This is also rated mature for a reason. Kids, be careful with this one, you'll probaly want to sleep with the light on for a month.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Underappreciated gem February 11, 2001
For seem reason, 'Shadowman' never got as much attention as it should have. It was the game N64 fans seemed to be wanting since the beginning - a huge world to explore with mature themes that won't insult your intelligence.
'Shadowman' is like a dark 'Legend of Zelda:Ocarina of Time', where you get to roam around a vast (and I mean vast) labrynth-like world solving puzzles and clashing with monsters. The world's (there's actually two, much like the original Zelda games) are pretty non-linear, although you'll find you'll have to solve some puzzles before moving further. The game is prettymuch a big egg-hunt, and the eggs in question wind up in some pretty difficult areas. A really challenging game that should keep you playing for hours.
The graphics are great. Gloomy, dank areas are awesome to look at. They may seem plain to begin with, but I always stress to new players not to give up: the rewards are deep into the game and well worth the ordeals. Keep your 'Resident Evil'; the Tenemant, Asylum and Subway levels are by far some of the creepiest locations of any game.
My favourite elemant, however, is the sound effects and voice-overs. 'Shadowman' has some of the most over-dramatic dialogue, but it's campy and fun. And nothing is more chilling than the legless two-headed beasts howling "Ssssssshhhadowmaaaan!"
I loved this game. Many who picked it up were turned off by some of the elements in the game (repetitive fighting was a big one) but these are just small pieces of a huge puzzle. Buy this game and immerse yourself.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars From The Mouth Of A Grade 'B' Gamer July 25, 2003
I come from the old country, arcades in the 80's, where Tempest, Joust, and Jungle Hunt reigned supreme. I purchased my N64 LOOOOONG after it was the system to have, it was cheap, I was looking for relaxing kicks. So I picked up a copy of Shadowman, discounted, vaguely remembering it when it was new on the market. Put it in, and (cliche Sound Effect) I was hooked. The game is murky as heckland. Opening cheekily with Moonlight Sonata playing underneath a 'narration' of Springheel Jack. Great cinematics, great sounds, great levels, some (the temples) are so bloody frustrating you want to whip the whole system out the door. But I kept with it, and I beat it. HA, first game since Double Dragon in the arcade, and I beat that with one bloody token. I recommend this game to non-gamers who are looking for something to dig into, with a different approach than the usual blast'em. (Gamers will say witty and snide things, scrutinizing and bla) So to hearken back to my metal roots, THIS GAME ROCKS!!! (so there)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SCARY AS HELL.........but oh so fun!!!! January 7, 2002
This is a videogame unlike any other;if the gripping storyline doesn't hook you in,then the horrific and hellacious enviroment will.Play this game in the dark with headphones and you will actually feel the terror grow inside you as you explore various
parts of this nightmare including a twisted cathedral,blood stained asylum,and even a kiddie playroom for the souls of the damned.If you really need a break from all of this darkness,why not visit your "friend" Jaunty,a skull headed serpent gate keeper
for a few laughs.Or chat with your tempting voodoo mistress Nettie;the voiceovers in this game are the best and very convincing.Also add another bonus for creative enemies;the Repo
Man(a 70's DJ turned raving serial killer)and Avery Marx(a hunched over leather clad sadist and sex offender with a quirk
for night vison goggles;yes,you face him off in the dark)There's
too many good things to mention about this game,but I'll end this review by telling you that this game's final climatic scene will blow you away!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Shadow Man June 13, 2001
There is something about Shadow Man…I first encountered it in its Playstation version, which was so awkward it was unplayable. The scenery kept tearing as the program strained to keep the game going. And Shadow Man himself moved like he was wearing socks on a polished floor – not good when the ability to make precise jumps is often vital. I gave up quite early into the thrilling story, and traded the disc in. But Shadow Man stayed with me. I was intrigued by its promise, and the atmosphere from the start was striking. The game also had a brilliant music score, which to this day is indelible in memory. So when, some months later, the game appeared on Dreamcast, I was drawn back to it. I haven’t played the N64 or PC versions, but on Dreamcast, Shadow Man is superb. Everything that the Playstation version failed to do justice to is here. Unfortunately, the programming itself has its limitations. The game runs choppily a lot of the time, and collision-detection is noticeably bad (though is nowhere near the disaster it was in the PS version). It is a shame also that the music cuts abruptly when you cross the border of one area to another. Given some more time and resources, the developers of this game could have smoothed off a lot of edges, but the quality of the product still makes its lack of popularity a mystery. Other reviews here have already given an idea of the content, so I will just add that playing this game is absolutely compelling. I recently devoted a week to playing through it a second time, from start to finish. During this time, the game was even in my dreams. Stuck on where to find the next Govi, containing Dark Souls crucial to my progress, I dreamed them in locations that annoyingly turned out to not exist in the game when I woke up. Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Thank god
Im happy with the quality of the product as well as the way it was package with care and i hope to purchase for from this one in the future
Published 13 months ago by Henri M. Mahieu
4.0 out of 5 stars Cold Chills
I played this game when I had the nintendo 64, and owned this game. When the cut-scene where is little brother is at the aslym, that is what gave me the cold chills. Read more
Published on September 27, 2007 by Joshua Bowers
5.0 out of 5 stars THE MOST BIG AVENTURE THAT I EVER PLAYED!
Shadowman is definitily the most Great aventure that i ever played, maybe it not contains greats images, but i got really addicted to played it. Read more
Published on August 21, 2006 by BASSUKKA
5.0 out of 5 stars the best adventure game for PlayStation 1!
i picked this game up for around about $5 at a used video game store. as soon as i started playing it i was hooked i finished the game in 13 hours and 51 minutes. Read more
Published on March 21, 2006
4.0 out of 5 stars Creepy
This game creeped me out but it was fun and a bit different from your average game. It has a sort of "Clive Barker" look. Definitely not for kids.
Published on September 28, 2004 by Kevin
5.0 out of 5 stars yeah,PS 1 version is bad;but not THAT bad!!!!!!!
This is just a reply to all those who go on and on about how horrific the ps 1 version is.Yeah,I'll admit that it's bad,but not nearly as god awful as people are making it out to... Read more
Published on January 7, 2002 by 4MaskCurse
5.0 out of 5 stars A work of art on the Dreamcast, PS2 version?
This game is the reason I bought my Dreamcast, it's dark themes, and superb gameplay make it one of the best games I ever played, why has no one heard of this game? Read more
Published on December 23, 2001 by zephler
1.0 out of 5 stars No Gateway for Shadowman
This game continues the Acclaim tradition, begun with Re-Volt, of producing games not compatible with Gateway systems. Read more
Published on June 27, 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars So freaky, it's good
Shadow Man is very underrated, in my own opinion. Some people just look at the box and say, 'This one's gonna bite'. They have no idea how wrong they are. Read more
Published on June 15, 2001 by A 17-year old reader
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