Shogo Demo Available!
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Macgamefiles has posted a demo version of Shogo, the long-awaited shooter from Monolith ported by Hyperion Software and published by Titan Computer.
Shogo: Mobile Armor Division is an anime-inspired first-person shooter that features the much-hyped Monolith’s LithTech engine. In the game you play the role of Sanjuro Makabe, a young security officer at the United Corporate Authority Security Force, who is caught in the middle of a war that costs Sanjuro his family and friends. Now he’s bent on revenge against ‘The Fallen’, a mercenary terrorist group led by Gabriel.
The purpose of the demo of Monolith’s Shogo: M.A.D is to give you a general idea of the basic concept of the game. While the demo remains limited to 2 levels of single player and 2 levels of multiplayer, you can still get a good idea of both types of situations, the first being the M.C.A (Mobile Combat Armor) mission and the second being the Human mission. Certain features can only be accessed when in the M.C.A mode. Each game types has different weapons, and although not all of the arsenal is included in this demo, you can still enjoy both types of gameplay.
- Mac OS 8.5 or later
- 233MHz or faster PowerPC G3 or G4
- 96 MB RAM
- 80 MB
- OpenGL 1.1.2, 4MB VideoRAM
- GameSprokets 1.7.3
Grab the demo for some serious action and prepare for some of the unique surprises of the LithTech engine. The full version of this game should be complete within the next month.
Shogo: Mobile Armored Division Demo
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