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In-game cut scene
Dreamcast version features transparent water effects
New cloth effects. Mike's shirt sways as he moves.
Mike sports a bitchin' pair of shades in this version.
Mike and Nettie prepare to stop the Apocalypse.
Traveling between worlds has a smoother effect to it.
Stronger lighting engine than present on the N64 or Playstation ports.
Mike as Shadow Man.
Deadside shows off some redesigned lighting.
The Shadow Gun rips apart enemies with blue energy.
Hold down the left trigger to lock on and strafe.
Splat! Collect the leftover health.
Press Start to play
Another clip from the attract mode
From the opening movie: Shadow Man lives in an apartment above a bar.
From the opening movie: This is Shadow Man, hero of the game.
From the opening movie: Mama Nettie, Voodoo priestess and your guide
From the opening movie: There's word I bet you never thought you'd see on a Nintendo system.
Shadow Man is an ordinary human in the day. The game starts in the Louisiana bayou .
This a Govi. They contain the dark souls Shadow Man must collect. Only he can open them.
Shadow Man Chit-chats with Jaunty, guardian of the Marrow Gates in Deadside. Deadside is the spirit realm. There, you are Shadow Man all the time.
Shadow Man shoots a zombie with his Shadow Gun
When enemies die, they explode like this and leave behind health pick-ups.
Shadow Man is ambushed in a hall by a slashing zombie. You can burn through those walls once you get the right weapon.
A coffin gate. The symbols around it show what level of Shadow Power you need to open it. None of these are purple, so no Shadow Power is required.
Those pointy things are Cadeux. Once you get 100 of them, you can trade them in to increase your maximum health at The Temple of Life.
Shadow Man found a dark soul.
This coffin gate has one purple area, so you need a Shadow Power of one to open it. This meter also determines you much you can charge your gun and much you can use magic.
Shadow Man swims through blood in the Wasteland.
Climbing hand-over-hand along a line
Shadow Man shoots an Ork. The enemies get far freakier than this.
Shadow Man shimmies along a ledge in The Temple of Life.
Shadow Man braces himself to jump backward from a ledge.
Once you get two weapons, you can target two enemies separately.
Shadow Man opens a level-two coffin gate.
The opening movie for The Asylum.
Shadow Man fights a hook hog inside the asylum.
Looking at the trolley that will take me out of the Asylum in sniper mode
The front entrance of The Asylum.
These corpses take you back to Liveside, where the serial killers that serve as the game's bosses are located. Shadow Man is being sucked through this one.
Milto Pike, probably the first killer you'll face.
In Liveside, you can use various guns.
Shadow Man uses his teddy bear to travel between worlds
Voodoo sisters guard each temple
The entrance of the main section of the fire temple
The temples are filled with booby traps.
Fire temple: You need to hit switches to lower the top part of the ring.
Once the ring is complete, you ride it up
And come back down with new tattoos. Shadow Man gains new abilities with each tattoo he gets.
Now, he can touch fire without being burned.
The game begins as Jack the Ripper receives a strange visitor...
"Legion" recruits Jack as the first of many serial killers to come.
Meanwhile in the present, Mike arrives at Nettie's hideout.
Mike in human form, in the real world.
Water slows your walking.
Nettie's house up on the hill.
Voodoo priestess Nettie controls Mike's power.
Nettie's case file details each of the brutal serial killers.
Close up on Mike... not looking to good on the PS version.
You can equip weapons or items to either hand.
The teddy bear is used to travel between worlds.
Off to Deadside...
Deadside is where all souls go when they die.
Mike becomes Shadow Man in Deadside.
Shadow Man's gun shoots blue energy at lost souls.
Enemies become overloaded with energy from the gun and explode.
Another zombie soul falls to Shadow Man.
Absorbing the life energy of a defeated enemy.
Jaunty is Shadow Man's Deadside guide, and some kind of skull... serpent... thing.
Off to explore Deadside.
Intro. The music playing is Beethoven's Piano Sonata op. 27 no. 2, also known as "Moonlight". No kidding!
The bad guy with his wicked plans
The tower of the evil
This is you. The Shadow Man. The hero of this game
Starting the game
1-perspective view allows you to look up and down, with 360 degree freedom
Near a bridge
Dogs, dogs, dogs...
Shadow Man's usual activity: jumping
Outside the church
In the church
Use the Teddy-bear to travel between the worlds!
Arriving at the Land of the Dead
Shadow Man's other usual activity: shooting zombies
This green spot is the only thing left from that zombie
1-st person perspective is sometimes more comfortable for shooting
Speaking to your buddy in the Land of the Dead
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