That would be a great title to modernise! Of all the reboots and remasters, at least Shadowman had a distinct identity and atmosphere equal parts wonder and dread. It could even ride the Souls popularity train, considering the confusing castlevania layout and obscurity of the game. Curses, why isn't this a thing?RatGouf said:Now I still want a Shadow Man reboot.
Dat level design tho... So awesome... I honestly didn't care that much about the shooting at all because just seeing the epic levels were flat out amazing. That was what stayed with me long after I forgot about the shooting.Jandau said:I hope to one day meet Yahtzee, just so I can walk close to him, lean in, and whisper softly: "Painkiller was boring repetitive pile of mediocrity." You know, just to see if that would trigger him. Also, because it was.
This was pretty much my take on the game. Granted I haven't beaten it yet but overall I'm finding it to be a pretty fun game that's a bit different from anything I've played in recent memory and am looking forward to seeing what the sequel can do.Xsjadoblayde said:Damnit, can't watch any videos online yet due to current location. Am genuinly interested in the opinion for this game. Only recently completed it and while there are flaws, especially in later level design and enemy/boss health, it was a great journey that brought a lot of gleeful mayhem and chuckles. A sequel can (and looks to) easily improve the weaker points, though not sure how the ending of this title will affect my 'enjoyment' of the follow up.
There's also a bunch of spinoffs.Darth_Payn said:
Presumably because most of the follow-ups were not very well received.Darth_Payn said: