Talion and the Bright Master are back, and seem to have learnt a few new tricks in their absence, as shown at Xbox E3 2017. During the Lord of the Rings: Shadow of War preview, we saw an extensive look into the new features coming to the game which seem to be the result of an evolution of the original nemesis system that made its debut in Shadow of Mordor.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor looks set to receive a follow up some time in the future, according to a leak over the weekend. US store Target briefly uploaded a listing of its existence before taking it right back down again. However, it wasn’t done quickly enough and news of Shadow of War soon spread like fire across Middle-earth. Continue reading Shadow of Mordor sequel details leak
The job advertisements, posted up by their parent company Time Warner, for several openings at Monolith. These openings include positions for Programmers, Artists, Software Engineers, and a lot more. What they are needed for exactly is unknown, but 26 positions is a lot, so no doubt Monolith are looking to expand following the huge success of Shadow of Mordor.
This week’s choice is another licensed game, and a good one as well. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, which released in 2002 on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo Gamecube, Gameboy Advance and PC. The game looked great, and it put you into the heart of the action during the height of excitement for the new movie, which hit cinemas shortly after the game was released.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is to receive a Game of the Year release next week, reveals Polygon. The game originally launched on both current gen platforms and last gen platforms, as well as PC, right at the end of September, and rightfully so earns status of ‘Game of the Year’.