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Middle-earth: Shadow of War: release date, story, mechanics, system requirements - everything we know

Added: 24.03.2017 11:45 | 1 views | 0 comments


Ranger Talion and elven wraith Celebrimbor are back in Middle-earth: Shadow of War, the canon and lore-abusing sequel to Monolith’s wonderful Shadow of Mordor. If slicing and dicing a variety of unique and grudge-holding orcs is your sort of thing you’ll be pleased to know there’s all that and a huge amount more on the way. Need a quick run through of everything there is to know? Let us be your guide. We’ll be taking the Misty Mountains path for this one, the previous party seemed to disappear when taking the Moria route...
Prefer your orc slaughter a little more traditional? Try a . Middle-earth: Shadow of War Middle-earth: Shadow of War release date
Shadow of War releases on August 22. Once again it’s filling the summer spot that publisher Warner Bros regularly targets, having been the window for Shadow of Mordor and a few Batman games.   Middle-earth: Shadow of War system requirements
According to the product page on , Shadow of War’s system requirements are: 

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Shadow of War and 5 Times Sean Bean Died Tragically in Games

Added: 19.03.2017 11:54 | 1 views | 0 comments

OX writes: "Middle-earth: Shadow of War is the sequel to Tolkien-based hit Shadow of Mordor and whisks us back to the world of epic fantasy battles, bitter personal vendettas and unpronounceable names. The only downside is that anything Lord of the Rings-related instantly reminds us of Boromir actor Sean Bean and the many, many times he's died in various works of fiction. Keep watching for Mr Bean's dyingest videogame moments in this week's Show."

A Very Serious Conversation About Orc Romance In Shadow Of War

Added: 13.03.2017 5:47 | 1 views | 0 comments

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor was a game about attachment in the face of decapitation. You came to love certain orcs, even as you warred against them. It was a game about relationships, more romantic in some ways than games that are explicitly about romance. So I had to know: in Shadow of War, is there orc romance?

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War’s new Nemesis System is a lot “smarter”

Added: 10.03.2017 12:00 | 8 views | 0 comments


The Nemesis System was a gameplay mechanic that added value to the grunts that you were murdering in Shadow of Morder, crafting stories and tales of Orc chieftains who actually had a decent reason to want you dead. Its a defining idea, that’s making a return later this year in Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War Bets Heavily on the Nemesis System | Hardcore Gamer

Added: 10.03.2017 2:47 | 3 views | 0 comments

2014 was not the best year for gaming thanks to a litany of disappointing and broken releases. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, however, was able to stand apart and achieve critical acclaim. Developed by Monolith Productions, Shadow of Mordor featured an original story set in Tolkiens universe, gameplay similar to the Batman Arkham games and the Nemesis System. The Nemesis System gave AI NPC characters their own personality and the ability to remember their interactions with Talion. Now, three years later, Monolith is getting ready to launch Middle-earth: Shadow of War and theyre betting heavily on the Nemesis System.

From: n4g.com

Monolith Discusses Gameplay, Lore, Nemesis Improvements in Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Added: 10.03.2017 2:47 | 4 views | 0 comments

Hardcore Gamer: Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is set to usher in a whole slew of new features and improvements that fans have requested from the first game. We got to sit down with Shadow of Wars Art Director, Phillip Straub, at GDC 2017 to discuss the sequel to 2014s Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Be sure to check out our in-depth preview to see what we thought about Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.

From: n4g.com

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Bets Heavily on the Nemesis System | Hardcore Gamer

Added: 10.03.2017 2:45 | 2 views | 0 comments

2014 was not the best year for gaming thanks to a litany of disappointing and broken releases. Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, however, was able to stand apart and achieve critical acclaim. Developed by Monolith Productions, Shadow of Mordor featured an original story set in Tolkiens universe, gameplay similar to the Batman Arkham games and the Nemesis System. The Nemesis System gave AI NPC characters their own personality and the ability to remember their interactions with Talion. Now, three years later, Monolith is getting ready to launch Middle-earth: Shadow of War and theyre betting heavily on the Nemesis System.

From: n4g.com

Monolith Discusses Gameplay, Lore, Nemesis Improvements in Middle-earth: Shadow of War

Added: 10.03.2017 2:45 | 2 views | 0 comments

Hardcore Gamer: Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is set to usher in a whole slew of new features and improvements that fans have requested from the first game. We got to sit down with Shadow of Wars Art Director, Phillip Straub, at GDC 2017 to discuss the sequel to 2014s Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Be sure to check out our in-depth preview to see what we thought about Middle-Earth: Shadow of War.

From: n4g.com

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