Patchy voice acting from NPCs. Wang himself provides good, stupid entertainment, while the music is also well-suited to the action. Extra kudos for bookending the game with Stan Bush tunes too.
Some fairly horrid character models amid lovely environments, Shadow Warrior 2 is a little inconsistent. The future-set levels are also a bit crap, a stark contrast to the blossom-filled forests and such.
Hacking, slashing and shooting your merry way through hordes of baddies is all kinds of dumb fun and the controls have been improved greatly since the first game. Guess what the only downside is? The repetition, of course!
Again, there's no issue with the amount of content that's been crammed into Shadow Warrior 2, it's simply that it's all the same, despite the presence of procedurally-generated levels alongside the game's scripted missions.
There are one or two interesting achievements here, but the sheer amount of grinding involved ruins the fun. Collect 10,000,000 zillyen? Amass 10,000 Masamune Orbs? On yer bike, mate.