Shadow Warrior 3 – Game Review

Emma Crameri Emma Crameri has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on 31 March 2022

Lo Wang sets off to recapture an ancient dragon. He travels through a snowy, volcanic like mountain armed with a gun and knife.

After a semi-weird introduction, you’ll set off on your mission. This is an action-adventure shooter game packed with attitude and lots of humour.

You can try combat with guns and katana samurai swords. Use the grapple hook for dynamic movement and later activate traps and grinders for maximum damage. You can collect orbs as you go to unlock perks including weapons and abilities (sometimes these are off the main path).

There is a colour code for the exploding barrels: red for fire, blue for ice and yellow for electricity.

The game is super-fast paced and easy to work out. You can select from easy, medium and hard levels. The developers promise at least 8 to 10 hours of gameplay. You don’t need to have played one of the earlier Shadow Warrior games.

I wasn’t a fan of the character’s viewing angle. I found the hints hard to read.

If you like a twist on your first player slash and shooting game, then you’ll enjoy Shadow Warrior 3.

Available on Steam, Xbox and PlayStation.

About Shadow Warrior 3

Shadow Warrior 3 launches the offbeat first-person shooter series to the next level with a seamless blend of fast-paced gunplay, razor-sharp melee combat, and a spectacular free-running movement system.

Actors Mike Moh, Andromeda Dunker, and SungWon Cho have joined the cast as the new voices of Lo Wang, Motoko and Zilla, alongside the returning Alex Dobrenko as Hoji.

Be sure to visit and follow @ShadowWarrior on Twitter for updates, bad puns, and excellent waffle recipes. #shadowarrior3 #devolverdigital #flyingwildhog

Published by: Devolver Digital

Developed by: Flying Wild Hog

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