Shadow Man is a game which I revisit every year in the autumn, the perfect horror themed game, no jump scares but a lot of disturbing visuals and sound with a twist of dark humour. The graphics have not aged well but it doesn't affect the gameplay value conisdering this is from 1999.
The game is based on the comic of the same name (More specifically Volume II: the Garth Ennis era) and it does capture the feel of the comic very well. The story is about a Shadow Man called Michael LeRoi who is told of a premonition of impending apocolypse and you have to stop that from happening using whatever Voodoo powers you can get. Along the way you get help from Nettie, a Voodoo priestess and Jaunty, a dead Irish man with the head of a human skull and a body of a snake with a sense of humour.
I have played and own all versions of the game (N54, PS1, Dreamcast and PC) and I can safely say that this, along with the Dreamcast version is the full, definitive game with no cutbacks like the N64 and PS1 versions. The game is pretty difficult if you are playing this for the first time. You would often get lost and backtrack certain areas but that is a good thing since the worlds (Liveside and Deadside) are very immersive, this is best played in the dark and in the night for the ultimate experience.