Mike Moh is excellent as Lo Wang, spouting wisecracks with glee. Music is decent enough without assaulting your eardrums, while the action itself is loud and proud.
Shadow Warrior 3 runs at a fair lick, keeping things consistently smooth and stable. Certain textures don't stand up to close scrutiny, though, and, as such, there are some rare rough patches here and there.
Pure and undiluted shooting and slashing fun that's fast, immediate and relentlessly entertaining. There's something enticing about a game that's so unashamedly old-school, recalling a time when first-person shooters were punchy, violent, and exciting.
A polished 8-10 hour solo campaign that's great while it lasts, but there's nothing in the way of post-game replay value, unfortunately. This is really the only thing that lets the side down, and only goes to show how much I wanted more of what Shadow Warrior 3 has to offer.
A nice, easy completion, that, like the game itself, skews towards enjoyment. There are missables, the most annoying of which are the hidden upgrade orbs. A level select or New Game+ would have made so much sense.