Published On: Thu, Mar 19th, 2020

Shadow Man Returns From The Deadside Next Year In A Fully Remastered Release On Switch

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Remember final Aug when Nightdive Studios pronounced a 1999 Acclaim classical Shadow Man for Nintendo 64 and mixed other platforms had a possibility of resurfacing on a Switch? Well, dreams – or should we contend nightmares – do come true. Nightdive Studios, in partnership with Valiant Entertainment, will be bringing a “fully remastered” book of Shadow Man to Nintendo Switch and all other complicated platforms in 2021.

According to Nightdive’s CEO Stephen Kick, a idea is to give today’s era of gamers “all a facilities that they design from a complicated title” while preserving qualities that done Valiant’s iconic impression and strange Shadow Man diversion so noted in a initial place.

The pretension is being updated regulating Nightdive’s exclusive KEX engine, that has formerly been used to revive games like System Shock: Enhanced Edition, Turok, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, Blood: Fresh Supply, and Forsaken Remastered.

The remaster will also embody “reintroduction of blank calm cut from a strange game”, polished gameplay, art, audio and assets, pro controller support, aloft firmness molecule effects, antialiasing and other post-process effects, energetic shade mapping, and energetic per-pixel lighting.

For anyone who hasn’t played this pretension before, it’s a third-person action-adventure diversion where we transport between a Liveside and a Deadside (the place where mislaid souls spend an perpetuity in torment) as a dauntless and absolute abnormal favourite Shadow Man. His pursuit is to stop a robbery rope of villains from unleashing accursed horrors on a world.

Have we been watchful as prolonged as we have to lapse to a Deadside? Tell us in a comments.

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