Shadow Warrior 2 is the second installment of the original, full of humor, game from the 90s. The game has been developed by the Polish Flying Wild Hog studio. In the game, you assume again the role of Lo Wang, who works for Yakuza. The game is full of action and opponents that can be eliminated using multiple melee and ranged weapons. This guide provides you with a detailed description of the interface and controls. You will learn general hints and valuable tips connected with combat. You will read descriptions of weapons, skills and characteristics of opponents. Also, you can use walkthrough for the main campaign, which focuses on the most difficult moments in the game and on boss battles. Also, you will learn about achievements available in the game and how to obtain them.
This walkthrough has been created for the: "Who Wants Wang" difficulty level and all of the information contained here refer to that difficulty level. Also, you have to keep in mind that maps in the game are randomly generated, which means that the game surprises you with something new each time you play it. The guide shows how to complete the game in 100%, and contains a list of all available achievements.
This guide for Shadow Warrior 2 includes:
- Description of the interface and basic game options,
- General hints that will prove useful during the game,
- Description of all the achievements available in the game,
- Discussion of issues connected with character creation,
- Description of the character's all skills,
- Description of all weapons that you find in the game,
- Description of the protagonist's equipment,
- Introduction of opponents,
- A detailed walkthrough for the campaign mode,
- A detailed walkthrough for side missions.
Przemyslaw Szczerkowski (www.gamepressure.com)
About Shadow Warrior 2 Game Guide
Author : Przemyslaw "Cophelio" Szczerkowski for gamepressure.com
last update : October 17, 2016
Guide contains : 29 pages, 278 images, 3 maps and annotated illustrations.
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Shadow Warrior 2 Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Flying Wild Hog
- publisher: Devolver Digital
- platform: PC, PS4, XONE
Shadow Warrior 2 is a direct sequel to a 2013 game, which, in turn, was a remake of a popular FPS from the 1990. The original game was created by the legendary developer, 3D Realms studio, and run on the same game engine as the iconic Duke Nukem 3D.
Shadow Warrior 2 is set 5 years after the events of the first game. During that time the world has changed a lot, since people learned to coexist with previously hostile demons. Once again you play as Lo Wang, the protagonist of the first Shadow Warrior, who now leads the lonely life of a mercenary working for a local Yakuza. When compared with the previous title, the gameplay did not change much. Wang takes on the demons using a wide arsenal of melee weapons and firearms. While wielding various types of blades he can make precise cuts to chop off parts of the enemy's body.
What is new in Shadow Warrior 2 is a co-op mode for up to four people, in which a group of players fights off enemies while trying to complete mission objectives (including optional ones). It is noteworthy that, in both single player campaign and the co-op mode, the locations are procedurally generated, which makes each playthrough unique.
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Guts flying, blood spilled all over the place, and rather unsophisticated humor. Shadow Warrior 2 certainly isnít a game to play with your little brother. But it is fun and, while being a remake, it manages to introduce something fresh.