Shadow Warrior (2013) Walkthrough

Table of Contents

  • Prologue: Mr. Two Million Dollars
  • Chapter 1: A, Like Asshole C, Like Champion
  • Chapter 2: The Party Bus
  • Chapter 3: Spiritual Laxative
  • Chapter 4: I Can’t Remember That Night Either
  • Chapter 5: She’s A Courier
  • Chapter 6: Home, Sweet Home
  • Chapter 7: You Should See the Other Guy
  • Chapter 8: Not Quite A Genie
  • Chapter 9: I Liked You Better When You Were Dumb And Gorgeous
  • Chapter 10: We Should Stick to the Lack of Plan
  • Chapter 11: Just Like A Maggot Should
  • Chapter 12: Some of Us Have Learned Not To Burn Bridges
  • Chapter 13: A Taste of the Price We Agreed Upon
  • Chapter 14: I’m Content to Kill Right Here
  • Chapter 15: I Wish I Knew How to Quit You
  • Chapter 16: Make It Right
  • Chapter 17: If This Is Victory…

  • Chapter 8: Not Quite A Genie

    The trainyard doesn’t offer much time to relax. Outside, a small army of lesser demons awaits. As they charge, try using Wing of Crane to cut bloody swaths through their ranks.

    It’s easy and fun! The Revolver comes in handy when the flyers appear – one shot will bring them down if you’ve upgraded to DemonSlayer 2.

    Enter the tower, and pull the left and right levers to open a path through the trains.

    The next yard is protected by a Warlord and several shielded demons. Looks like fun. Use Divider of Heavens to cut off the lesser demons’ shield arms, and finish off the Warlord.

    Grab the Warlord’s head once the demons are finished and use it to easily clear out the next two Warlords as they appear. Not so tough after all!

    Enter the warehouse to find a Ki Crystal and a teleporting demon. These nimble guys are dangerous, but one Divider of Heavens strike will do them in all the same.

    If you grabbed the spare Warlord heads from the previous fight, this next one should be easier. Take out the initial demons, then pull out the head to blast the next Warlord with a stream of death for a quick kill.

    The next sewer tunnel section is a maze with three seals that need to be broken. Destroying each seal will summon a handful of monsters. There’s no trick here, just follow every path and you’ll find all three seals.

    Smash the red and green statues, and a door will open near the exit seal. Crush the blue statue, and a Warlord will appear with some minions – you know what to do. Use one of those extra heads to easily clear the area.

    This next fight is tricky. The dual-wielding she-demons are a problem in numbers. Their speed can easily get Wang caught in a corner. Use Shockwave or Flux to help control the battlefield and keep these monsters off you.

    The Shotgun is useful for taking out the lady-demons and swarms of skeletons. Don’t forget to upgrade!

    Travel through the offices to meet two new assassins, then take the elevator up to find a blue seal blocking your path. Turn around to the glowing door and track down the enchanted statue.

    Enter the office and hit the button to find the statue on a boat. One problem – it’s held over the water by a crane. The second button, to lower the boat, is located around the shipyard. Circle the pool to the second office, protected by projectile-throwing demons.

    Jump onto the boat and destroy the statue to open the path to the level’s exit.

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    2 Comments on Shadow Warrior (2013) Walkthrough

    psycros

    On October 2, 2013 at 7:36 pm

    I never finished Shadow Warrior, but it was a very good Build engine title. 3D Realms essentially created an oriental Duke Nukem, with equally hilarious voice work. I may have to get ahold of this reboot and see what’s what.

    leeson

    On January 27, 2014 at 7:35 am

    Great game! Look forward to completing it. This is way better than the latest duke nukem. Story lasts way longer amd weapons are more fun imo. Upgrade system definitely a plus!