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This is surely an absolute steal. I dare say best price yet for the disk copy (no download, perfect for me as on capped Internet) the fact that it is the special edition is surely a bonus.

Shadow Warrior GAME Exclusive Special Edition includes:

Serious Sam 3 Sledgehammer
Hotline Miami Katana
Shadow Warrior Digital Artbook
Shadow Warrior Original Soundtrack
Shadow Warrior is a bold reimagining of the classic 3D Realms’ shooter from independent developer Flying Wild Hog (Hard Reset) starring the legendary and quick-witted warrior Lo Wang. Combine the brute force of overwhelming firepower with the elegant precision of a katana to annihilate the merciless armies of the shadow realm in an exhilarating and visually stunning transformation of the classic first-person shooter.

Shadow Warrior tells the offbeat tale of Zilla Enterprise’s corporate shogun Lo Wang as he is ordered to acquire a legendary blade of limitless power by his deceitful employer. Betrayed and left for dead, Lo Wang learns of the blade’s connection to ancient gods from another realm preparing to push our world to the brink of destruction. Now the reluctant hero must become legend through a masterful combination of gun, blade, magic and wit to uncover the truth behind the demonic invasion and banish evil back into the darkness.

Features

Shadow Warrior Reborn – A bold new vision of Shadow Warrior elegantly blends classic first-person shooter gameplay with thrilling action, inventive combat, and a contemporary retelling of the hilarious legend of Lo Wang.
Elegant Swordplay – Unsheathe your legendary katana to slice enemies apart with precisely targeted swings or unleash fluid combos and special attacks to cut down hordes of enemies with one swift pass through the enraged hordes.
Upgradeable Arsenal – Utilise every gun in your formidable armoury – from stylish revolvers and quad barrel shotguns to explosive-tipped crossbow bolts and laser-guided rocket launchers. Each weapon offers several unique upgrades to increase power, speed, and add devastating alternative firing options.
Mystical Powers – Call upon mystical powers to protect yourself and paralyze your enemies or use their own severed heads and still-beating hearts to bring them to their knees.
Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual Core Processor or higher
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 3870/NVIDIA 8800 GT or better
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Hard Drive: 8 GB available space
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#1
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.
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KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.

It is.
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KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.
It is yes, I know someone that got the box version previously.
#4
KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.

Really? The explosion effects look like those used in Duke Nukem Forever - i.e. about 10 years out of date.
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OOS
#6
Elevation
KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.

Really? The explosion effects look like those used in Duke Nukem Forever - i.e. about 10 years out of date.

Similar to DNF this game is intended as a reboot of a classic game from the 1990s so it's entirely understandable that decisions were made to retain certain 'retro' influences.

That aside, it's unfortunate that you're judging the quality of an entire game based on such limited and spurious criteria.

Totalbiscuit called it one of his favourite games of the year and I happen to agree with him. Console owners will soon be fortunate enough to be playing it too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfMjYBLWlik

Perhaps you're happier playing CoD and the like instead...



Edited By: KirstyB87 on Jul 19, 2014 12:56
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KirstyB87
Elevation
KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.

Really? The explosion effects look like those used in Duke Nukem Forever - i.e. about 10 years out of date.

Similar to DNF this game is intended as a reboot of a classic game from the 1990s so it's entirely understandable that decisions were made to retain certain 'retro' influences.

That aside, it's unfortunate that you're judging the quality of an entire game based on such limited and spurious criteria.

Totalbiscuit called it one of his favourite games of the year and I happen to agree with him. Console owners will soon be fortunate enough to be playing it too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfMjYBLWlik

Perhaps you're happier playing CoD and the like instead...



The actual point being though : if you're going to not have any original idea and just make the same game again, at least make it look THE best you can be. Because most gamers who are buying this knowing it's a remake will already have played the blocky original. So throwing together a half-arsed effort and glibly offering up "oh it's retro though" is a rubbish excuse for sloppy graphics. Duke Nukem Forever was NEVER intended as a "reboot" so there isn't a comparison to be made there. It was just rush released after 3D Realms closed as someone grabbed the rights to it.

The last Call of Duty I played was Call of Duty 2 so try again. :p

Edited By: Elevation on Jul 19, 2014 15:39
#8
Elevation
KirstyB87
Elevation
KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.

Really? The explosion effects look like those used in Duke Nukem Forever - i.e. about 10 years out of date.

Similar to DNF this game is intended as a reboot of a classic game from the 1990s so it's entirely understandable that decisions were made to retain certain 'retro' influences.

That aside, it's unfortunate that you're judging the quality of an entire game based on such limited and spurious criteria.

Totalbiscuit called it one of his favourite games of the year and I happen to agree with him. Console owners will soon be fortunate enough to be playing it too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfMjYBLWlik

Perhaps you're happier playing CoD and the like instead...



The actual point being though : if you're going to not have any original idea and just make the same game again, at least make it look THE best you can be. Because most gamers who are buying this knowing it's a remake will already have played the blocky original. So throwing together a half-arsed effort and glibly offering up "oh it's retro though" is a rubbish excuse for sloppy graphics. Duke Nukem Forever was NEVER intended as a "reboot" so there isn't a comparison to be made there. It was just rush released after 3D Realms closed as someone grabbed the rights to it.

The last Call of Duty I played was Call of Duty 2 so try again. :p

That may be YOUR point but that doesn't make it "the actual point". It's merely your opinion.

Ditto you having termed this game a "half-arsed effort". It may be that in your OPINION but that doesn't in any way make it so.
#9
Elevation
KirstyB87
Elevation
KirstyB87
Great game, great price, so Heat added.

I presume the boxed release is Steamworks too but don't know.

Really? The explosion effects look like those used in Duke Nukem Forever - i.e. about 10 years out of date.

Similar to DNF this game is intended as a reboot of a classic game from the 1990s so it's entirely understandable that decisions were made to retain certain 'retro' influences.

That aside, it's unfortunate that you're judging the quality of an entire game based on such limited and spurious criteria.

Totalbiscuit called it one of his favourite games of the year and I happen to agree with him. Console owners will soon be fortunate enough to be playing it too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfMjYBLWlik

Perhaps you're happier playing CoD and the like instead...



The actual point being though : if you're going to not have any original idea and just make the same game again, at least make it look THE best you can be. Because most gamers who are buying this knowing it's a remake will already have played the blocky original. So throwing together a half-arsed effort and glibly offering up "oh it's retro though" is a rubbish excuse for sloppy graphics. Duke Nukem Forever was NEVER intended as a "reboot" so there isn't a comparison to be made there. It was just rush released after 3D Realms closed as someone grabbed the rights to it.

The last Call of Duty I played was Call of Duty 2 so try again. :p

The graphics look fine, The scenery is actually really nice and there's a good variety of enemies to be found throughout the game too with some really cool looking ones. Game is fun as hell too. Although I also liked DNF so hey maybe I don't know what I'm talking about(although seriously DNF was decent fun, don't know why it got all the hate it received).

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