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  • Blog Post: Unabashed Insanity

    Suda51 and Shinji Mikami want to take you to the demon underworld and do so in glorious fashion in Shadows of the Damned. You play as Garcia Hotspur, a hot-headed demon hunter whose girlfriend has been taken by the Lord of Demons. This thread drives you through the entire game, which is about a nine... More
  • Blog Post: Entertaining characters and stylish gameplay 3rd person shooter mechanics make SoTD another enjoyable game from Grasshopper.

    Shadows of the Damned is a very stylish action/adventure horror title,developed by Grasshopper(who also developed the No More Heroes games)and just like with No More Heroes,Shadows of the Damned(which I'll refer to as SoTD)has a very mature style and strong sexual references plus nudity and lots... More
  • Blog Post: One Hell of a Trip.

    Shadows of the Damned is sort of a weird twisted dark game. Here is the basic idea, main protagonist Garcia Hotspurs (a demon hunter) girlfriend gets taken by Flemming, the demon lord if you will. He says he will take her to the city of the damned where he will kill her again, again, and again. Garcia... More
  • Blog Post: Feels like every name attached to it

    I knew fate would have me give this one a shot at some time or another. I love Resident Evil and Silent Hill, and I thought Killer 7 was unique if nothing else. I think it's a safe bet that anyone who played this, and has experienced any of the titles credited to Suda, Mikami, and the score genius... More
  • Blog Post: Shadow of the Damned's review game

    Shadow of the Damned is outstanding game because the atmosphere and the soundtrack are great. The enemies and bosses are really cool. The story is great about Garcia was rescuing his girlfriend in underworld. Good array of different gameplay activities, all of them fun. Uniformly outstanding sound design... More
  • Blog Post: Shadows of the Damned Review

    I like most people that read Game Informer, trust them completely with their reviews on games. Shadows of the Damned intrigued me every time I saw it, but I always had some other game i needed to finish first. Eventually I got around to picking up Shadows and it turned out to be one of the most interesting... More
  • Blog Post: Shadows of the Damned - Who Knew the Damned Could be so Fun?

    I recently rented and finished Shadows of the Damned because of all the praise I heard about the game. Well let me start by saying that praise is well deserved. This game is both unlike any other game, and extremely similiar. It feels almost like Resident Evil 4 or 5, but then it completely veers off... More
  • Blog Post: Shadows of the Damned Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games

    Shadows of the Damned Review Kid Safe: Very Low (0.5 / 10) Game Quality: Very High (9.0 / 10) Genre: Third Person Horror Shooter - This game is characterized by its style of gameplay and the environment where play takes place. As a third person shooter, players will be taking a control of a character... More
  • Blog Post: Awesome Ride!

    From the moment I put Shadows of the Damned into my system and started the game, I fell in love with the humor and art style immediately, and the game has yet to let up. The story is very well told, the humor that goes along with it is just as good. Combat in the game is flawless, I felt that the game... More
  • Blog Post: Play this game

    A 9.25 is well deserving of this game. Your going to look at it strange for the first few minutes. I didn't know really what to think but after a few moments you start laughing at everything and once you get control of playing you are going to find that the controls are really good, the gimmicks... More
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