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]
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]
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]
You want to watch the equivalent of an entire work day’s amount of hobbit filled adventures in Middle Earth? You want to watch it in the best picture quality available? Then I’ve got good news for you.
For weeks it’s been speculated, and now today it has been officially confirmed: Martin Freeman will be playing Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit.
If you’ve gotten tired of all your old Lord of the Rings games fear not! Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced an all new co-op title: The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest. Prepare to see more of your favorite characters as they travel and fight all new battles.
I was never bit by the MMORPG bug in the way most people are. I tried World of Warcraft for a month or two, but eventually got tired of paying a monthly subscription fee just to grind a character. I only started World of Warcraft in the first place because there was a promotion for a free week of play, and I wanted to see what all the hubbub was about. Since that time, I haven’t touched a...[Read More]