Shadow Warrior Comes to TEN

The shareware version of GT Interactive's action game lets ninja master Lo Wang loose online.

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Shadow Warrior is now available for play on the Total Entertainment Network (TEN).

The shareware version of GT Interactive's first-person action game, created by 3D Realms and utilizing Duke Nukem 3D's Build engine, has been optimized to reduce latency and includes many team-play elements. Shadow Warrior, which features a deadly ninja assassin out to destroy the aliens that have occupied his hometown, has been downloaded 400,000 times since it was released.

TEN says that it will hold a series of orientations around the launch of the shareware, with the first commencing today at 4 pm PDT. Two more will be held on Thursday, July 3 from 4 to 6 pm and on Saturday, July 5 from noon to 4 pm.

Naturally, TEN plans to create space for a plethora of Shadow Warrior clans and offer the full version when it's released later this year. TEN also said that it will add new role-playing games and flight and racing sims in the next month or so.

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