- New, sealed big box
- Korean import but the game is English
- Unique, rare item
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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.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
'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.
a bad stereotype??Hello-this game is about VOODOO LORE!Would it be better if shadowman was portrayed as some white guy named Bob?
And then the reviewer goes on to say that neither Shadowman or Nettie makes for a good role model?What?How much was that critic smoking before that review was written?The game is 17+ and I don't think that the people "who are supposed to be playing it" are looking for any role models.Esp. when the game deals with serial killers,demons and the apocolypse.But in my opinion anyone
who actually walks through the diffrent levels of hell and survives is an exceptional hero to look up to.