Shadow Warrior is built upon the successful Build engine, that brought you Duke Nukem 3D. Use huge 3D rotating gun turrets to mow down opponents, swim, duck, jump, drive vehicles, climb ladders, Visit realistic places and settings in the game like an airport where a plane has crashed, construction sites and more, not just dark, dreary, faceless dungeons. Intense interaction with your environment in which you can blow up nearly every object, or interact with it in some way. Ever wondered how Duke would look if he was Asian? Here's the answer.
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The First Person Shooter...What can I say about them? Ever since Wolfenstein 3D and DooM set the record for the FPS genre to follow by, Many games have come and gone. One of the more notable games is Shadow Warrior.
Based on the Build Engine, Shadow Warrior has you cast as Lo Wang, A Ninja Warrior on a quest to defeat Zilla and his plan to rule Japan. The Build engine is also what Duke Nukem 3D was made on.
This classic from 1996 combines the ultra violence of ninja weapons and the out there weapons with amusing "Lo Wang Speak" The Shadow Warrior variant of Duke Talk.
While it did not have the features of modern FPS games, Shadow Warrior still holds up a sign for it's Level design, Weapons, "Wang-Bang" Deathmatches, and humor.