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An added bonus being it's appeared earlier than it was suppose to.
It's shaping up to be a good month for Psychonauts fans.
Some long-dormant game franchises claw their way back from the grave and return in zombified form: their tattered clothes, peeling skin, and severed limbs render them a shade of their former greatness. With 2015's King's Quest reboot, however, developer The Odd Gentlemen has recaptured the humor and magic that have since made its predecessors so legendary, bringing the once-dead series roaring back to beautiful, vibrant life.
Flying Wild Hog's reboot of Shadow Warrior released for PCs last year to incredibly mixed reviews. Fast forward nearly 13 months and the game has landed on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with nearly no fanfare or marketing, and at a budget price to boot. When I went to GameStop to pick up a copy, nobody even knew what I was talking about at first and when they finally did I was met with the realization that I was receiving the store's lone copy.
With this in mind I'll just cut right to the heart of it: Shadow Warrior on consoles is shaping up to be this year's grandest surprise and, unless something goes horribly awry in its later chapters, is easily going to end up being one of my favorite games of 2014. Read on to find out what makes it so special.
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