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Shade: Wrath Of Angels

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Genre: Action/Adventure

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'Shade: Wrath of Angels' Gets North American Release Date

by Judy on July 20, 2004 @ 12:58 a.m. PDT

"…This ancient site is unlike anything I have witnessed before. There are no signs of a previous habitation, nor are there any signs of people populating this area after this sites demise. Searching for answers here have left me only bewildered. It seems that each effort to shed light on this archaeological wonder only brings darkness, and each probe into its darkness brings only light. While I have no idea of this locations history, I do feel its power and I believe it to be the key to the past and future of all that exists." ~Anonymous

Cenega Publishing and Tri Synergy, Inc. teams up with Black Element Software to bring you one of 2004’s most promising PC games - Shade: Wrath of Angels.

Shade: Wrath of Angels is a 3rd person perspective action, horror, adventure game where intrigue grips the player as our hero begins to unravel the mystery surrounding his brothers disappearance.

Our hero receives a strange and ominous letter from his brother asking him to travel to a small mountain town. Together with the letter the envelope contains a strange item, roughly resembling some type of key. Puzzled, our hero surmises that his brother is in serious trouble and without hesitation hurries to rescue him.

As the story unfolds, our hero embarks on an intrepid adventure across 4 alternative worlds; the Present Day, Middle Ages, Ancient Egypt and The Shadow Land where nothing is what it seems as you solve puzzles and battle demons, angels, zombies, mummies, rats, shadows and much, much worse.

The aim is like no other: Find an angel and collect their Torn Souls at the end of each world experience. Failure is not an option if you want to see your brother alive.

Black Element Software has created a very impressive 3D engine with vast environments, which allowed them to create the most unforgettable horror experience for the PC.

Features include:

  • Over 30 intricately detailed levels
  • Thrilling horror filled atmosphere
  • More than 20 supernatural enemies
  • Trend setting graphics
  • Cinematic storytelling
  • Spell casting
  • Close Combat
  • Travel through time and dimensions

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