Middle-Earth: Shadow of War was released a couple weeks ago and so far the game has been met with mostly positive reception. Many have been praising the long awaited sequel for it’s fast and fluid combat and of course the super addicting Nemesis System. For players who have already conquered all of Mordor since the game’s release, WB Games has announced details for the game’s exp...[Read More]
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The newest Middle-earth: Shadow of War Video showcases the Marauder Tribe, which is a faction of Orcs who “specialize in pillaging and feasting on whatever they conquer, leaving only splinters and bones behind.” According to the video, which you can see below, The Marauder Tribe, above all else, value Grog, Guts, and Glory.
At Gamescom 2017, Microsoft unveiled a new Middle-earth: Shadow of War trailer that focuses on the many foes you will be facing in Mordor this time around, including the menacing Balrog. The trailer shows orcs raising the Balrog from a pit of lava, and shows Talion and Celebrimbor having to deal with them. However, they aren’t alone in this battle as we are introduced to Carnan, a spirit of ...[Read More]
Well, the highly anticipated Shadow of War may come under some heat after Monolith’s most recent announcement regarding the sequel. Monolith and WB Games have made some announcements regarding Shadow of War’s customization features and, most notably, how microtransactions are thrown into the mix. That word alone can rub some gamers the wrong way, but Monolith has explained their case a...[Read More]
We are only a few months away from the highly anticipated Shadow of War. Monolith Productions has released a new update for the original Shadow of Mordor, which adds in the Nemesis Forge. The big tagline of Shadow of War is “Nothing Will Be Forgotten,” which was made the original so revolutionary. Uruks had truly remembered your previous encounters and now this system is being built up...[Read More]
At this past E3, WB Games and Monolith made a lot of effort to showcase as much as they could for the upcoming Shadow of War, the sequel to the surprise hit that was Shadow of Mordor. The original game was adored for it’s tight and brutal combat system, but the real praise came from its now revolutionary Nemesis System. At the time, we hadn’t seen anything like it in a AAA ¬action title. Upon firs...[Read More]
Middle-earth: Shadow of War, the follow-up to Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, has been delayed from its original launch date of August 22nd, 2017 to October 10th, 2017. In a post, Developer Monolith Productions didn’t go into much detail into why the game was delayed, but did talk about how “Middle-earth: Shadow of War expands gameplay in every dimension, including the massive open wor...[Read More]
Back in 2014, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor was my favorite game of the year. While it is true that Shadow of Mordor borrowed heavily from other titles such as Assassin’s Creed and the Arkham series. What made this game special, however, was the original and unique Nemesis System, which has yet to be recreated by other studios. Monolith Productions knows how well this system worked, and is ...[Read More]
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, the sequel to 2014’s fantastic Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, has a new 16-minute gameplay walkthrough. This first look at gameplay showcases the changes and improvements that will expand the breadth of the game and the famed Nemesis System. In Shadow of Mordor, the focus of the Nemesis System was mostly on enemies and revenge, whereas this iteration seems to bu...[Read More]