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If you don’t mind — or if you want — a game that rushes headlong into action, Shogo will entertain. Its quality visuals and amusing tone will propel gamers ahead. Just remember that Shogo isn’t concerned with pacing; if you need a break from the gameplay, go outside.
Shogo: MAD is a fun distraction. It's not your run-of-the mill first person shooter, but it's not exactly bleeding edge, either. This has its pros and cons: the system requirements allow for a greater range of hardware, but the game lacks the panache of some of the eye-candy we've become accustomed to (Q3, anyone?). Still, it's nice to have an attempt at a plotline, and it's a welcome addition to the limited game choices anime fans have for their PCs, much less Macs. Filled with some great aspects and some not-so-great aspects simultaneously -- If you like anime, Shogo: MAD is for you. If anime's not your thing, Shogo's not the best first person shooter in a saturated market, but it's still pretty good.
Shogo is a nice FPS with an interesting plot and enough variety to justify buying it - preferably at a discount. If you like Japanese anime, however, this one is a must.
Eine Empfehlung für Shogo auszusprechen, fällt schwer. Das Spiel ist zu lieblos gestaltet, mit einer langweiligen Story versehen und bietet beim Gameplay nur Standard. Daher mein Tipp: Als Shooter für zwischendurch schon zu gebrauchen, aber erst, wenn es 15,- Euro kostet.