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 14: I’m Content to Kill Right Here

    Inside Zilla’s mountain base, you’ll finally encounter more human thugs. These guys have been empowered, but Wang’s katana will still cut through them like butter.

    Hit the controls on the catwalks to open the gate, then use the gondola switch to go deeper into the fortress.

    Outside Zilla’s inner sanctum, an army of human thugs will rush across the bridges to surround Wang. Have Aswang Hunger unlocked to continuously regain health while using sword master skills.

    To get into the main chamber, you’ll need to destroy all three seals. The first two are in hallways to the left and right of the door. The last is below the bridge, in the right corner.

    Inside, Zilla will lock Wang into a tiny space and send monsters after him. Switch to the katana and go nuts – until the glass shatters, dropping you into the dungeons below.

    Follow the glowing gates down into a dead-end. You should see a green seal and the urn above. Back-track to find a new glowing door, leading into a fight with a warlord.

    The urn is close now. Destroy it through the next door, and jump down to continue down the new path.

    In the larger dungeon, Wang will hear a strange sound. It’s the Whisperer, located in one of the cages hanging from the ceiling!

    Follow the glowing gate upstairs, with a Ki Crystal on the path, and fight the crystal demon with minions to open the doors to the seals blocking the way forward.

    When the enemies are all dead, go down one of each path to find all three. They’re easy to find, you can’t miss them.

    Once all three seals are destroyed, jump onto the turret and kill any attacking demons – which shouldn’t be too hard, the turret will keep Wang protected. Use the controls on the opposite side of the chamber to free the Whisperer.

    Sort of. The cage swings off into the distance while Wang falls down to face off against another Warlord. There’s a crystal demon in the next room. Kill it, and leave through the gate on the right.

    Up the rocky steps, prepare for an encounter with kamikazes. Swarms will appear ahead, then behind you, then ahead again. Akimbo PDWs do the trick.

    Chasing after the Whisperer, Wang will enter a chamber with a crystal giant and female demons. Not an awesome combo. Use the demon heart for quick kills, or the shotgun, and wipe out the lesser foes before circling the giant and hitting it with Divider of Heavens.

    Corner the golem upstairs, and stab it in the back.

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    3 Comments on Shadow Warrior (2013) Walkthrough


    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.


    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!


    On November 4, 2014 at 3:29 pm

    This game was amazing! I’ve only played a little of the original when I was a kid, they nailed the humor and story mixture. 10/10.