He's got friends on the other side
There's no sense in pretending that Shadow Man isn't a dated experience. But games like this — originally seen on PlayStation, N64, PC and Dreamcast — rather force a re-examination of the somewhat meaningless criticism "dated". Seriously, what does it mean? A change in standards, perhaps. Differing expectations...
About The Game
He is coming, stalking criminals in the spirit world and the real world
He is coming, stalking criminals in the spirit world and the real world. A possessed man is coming, a voodoo mask in his chest and lines of power in his back. Shadow Man is coming, trailing evil from Liveside to Deadside. To stop an apocalypse. To save your soul.
Stalk criminals across two worlds: Explore crime scenes in the Louisiana, Swamplands, a New York tenement, a Texas prison, the asylum and many other locales.
Send Evil back to darkness: Go in armed with high-caliber guns or soul-destroying voodoo powers.
Unravel the Mysteries of Deadside: Gather sinister voodoo artifacts in order to solve puzzles.
Live the Nightmare: Over 40 immersive cut-scenes and hours of in-game speech.
Shadow Man: Remastered is a complete overhaul of the classic game with restored, previously cut content!
3 New Levels:
"Summer Camp, Florida" (Day and Night)
"Salvage Yard, Mojave Desert" (Day and Night)
"Asylum Station 2 - Experimentation Rooms"
New Audio (from the original games composer, Tim Haywood):
Remastered music and SFX
New music and SFX for the restored levels
Restored cut/unused voice dialog in levels
HD Textures for all levels and objects
Nvidia Intro Cutscene Textures
HD HUD and inventory icons plus a new icon for the Shadow Gun
Restored unused animations
Restored several cut and censored models from the original levels
N64 Gad Icons
New weapon wheel to select weapons faster as time is slowed down
Improved destructible objects using Bullet Physics
Levels rearranged as originally intended
A ton of fixes across the entire game to each level from object to geometry fixes
Fixes to the localization for English, French, German, Spanish, and Italian
Over 30 achievements
A second Violator (Consistent with the N64 version)
Sawed-off Shotgun (replaces the second regular shotgun)
New model and many sound variations for the Shadow Gun
The Seraph Queen
Unused zombie restored in Station 2
One arm Tenement Zombie.
Dynamic Per Pixel Lighting
Clustered Forward Shadow Mapping
New Post Processing Effects:
Depth of Field
All the secrets from the N64/Dreamcast/PC included in this remaster
Plus many more to be discovered!