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SHADOW MAN: REMASTERED – Original vs Remaster Comparison Screenshots

Nightdive Studios has released new comparative screenshots of the upcoming SHADOW MAN: REMASTERED; their remastered edition of the classic action-adventure video game SHADOW MAN. These screenshots compare the upgraded graphical fidelity of SHADOW MAN: REMASTERED with that of the original 1999 game.

Nightdive Studios’ remaster of the cult classic SHADOW MAN enhances the game’s playability while introducing numerous visual enhancements in the form of 4K resolution support, improved visual effects and assets, fully dynamic lighting, HDR rendering, and more.

The remaster also features controller support with dual analog stick control, as well as other gameplay adjustments and the inclusion of content cut from the original game – for a remaster that greatly enhances the gameplay of the original.

SHADOW MAN: REMASTERED will be using Nightdive Studios’ proprietary KEX engine, which has been used to restore classic video games across all digital platforms, including System Shock: Enhanced Edition, Turok, Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, Blood: Fresh Supply, and Strife: Veteran Edition.

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