Shhh, shhh. The shooter doesn't exist. It wasn't a terrible game, it just wasn't Shadowrun.
This one actually predated the X-Box 360 (it was for the original XBOX). It was multiplayer only I believe as well which is a problem these days if one was trying to go back and try it. I wouldn't worry about that one though as said before, it's not a bad game it just wasn't Shadowrun at all.
If you like classic games though, Shadowrun on the SNES and Genesis were both spectacular and very different games. You can get them both pretty easily with an emulator. The Genesis one is actually credited as one of the first 'open world' gaming experiences. The new game, Shadowrun Returns (For PC) is also fantastic and community driven due to an really powerful editor and highly supported user generated content (I myself had my module, Coyotes Crusade, covered by the creators of Shadowrun in a lets play style video).
It wasn't multiplayer only, I know because the reason I loved it was because it had bot matches offline. I know it wasn't really "Shadowrun" like, but I think it was good. It had good mechanics and everything.
Yeah, the other Shadowrun games are really good, but I started off the shooter one because it was more of my thing at the time. Now I am more connected with RPGs than anything.
Thanks for all your hard work on this commission. She really did come to life here and you really did capture the essence of the setting as well. Shadowrun is a hell of a game and they recently even came out with a throwback PC game called Shadowrun Returns. It's a fun little dip into the world for those unfamiliar with the setting and we vets alike!
The 5th Edition rule book though should be on display as art itself. Never saw a rule manual that could double as a coffee table book.
All of these comments though take away from this piece. Thank you, RyomaNinja. You straight out nailed it.