Posts Tagged Monolith
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor trailer discusses wraith powers
The latest trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor focuses on the wraith aiding Talion and the ways you can use it to create havoc.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor trailer has Celebrimbor in it
The Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor game doesn’t seem like it’s being shy in its use of Tolkien’s mythology.
Troy Baker chats about Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
By 2018, scientists estimate that Troy Baker will be voicing every videogame character in every game.
Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor vid details Nemesis system
I liked the sound of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor‘s Nemesis system, but a lot rode on how, exactly, it would work.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor’s recommended PC specs are quite demanding
Following on the heels of Watch Dogs’ wallet-draining recommended PC specs, come Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor’s system demands.
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor to emerge on 7 October
Monolith’s Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor will be hoping to unite a fellowship of millions of players when it’s released on 7 October this year.
Shadow of Mordor video goes in-depth with the nemesis system
I’m going to do that horribly reductive thing games writers do when they have a news article to put together and summarise what I’ve just seen from Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor as follows: Assassin’s Creed in Middle Earth with Batman Arkham combat and a crazy-ambitious procedurally generated system of enemies.
Bad Hobbits: Monolith working on Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor
Warner Bros has semi-announced Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, a third-person action title based on the Lord of the Rings license that claims to be “next gen” but is also coming out on Xbox 360 and PS3, so who knows?
Been on guardian leave: Guardians of Middle Earth coming to PC
How very Lord of the Rings! Monolith’s Guardians of Middle Earth has apparently been making a lengthy and stealthy trek to PC, and it’s nearly reached our own Mount Doom.
Gotham City Imposters PC goes free-to-play
Team Batman vs. Team Joker shooter has gone free-to-play on Steam, setting up another example of early adopters inevitably getting pissed off that they bothered to pay.