The more I play Middle-earth: Shadow of War at preview events, the more I realize how fun it could be, as well as how challenging it could be to play. There’s nothing wrong with a challenge. But the latest gameplay event I attended show me how I’d probably have to fight some battles over and over again. […]
Talion is up against a new kind of devilry in Mordor.
With the many factions of Orcs in Middle-earth: Shadow of War comes many specialties. Today's faction introduced by Warner Bros. is the mystic Tribe who deals with dark magic and ancestral incantations. The game will be out in three weeks.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War's nemesis system comes to life in its latest trailer. Monolith has released a new live-action trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of War, and it's a doozy....
"Campaign That Never Forgets: Friend or Foe" is a new live-action trailer of Middle-earth: Shadow of War directed by Neil Huxley and shot by Fabian Wagner. The film showcases the effect of the Nemesis System which allows to create a personal relationship with an Orc based on players' key decisions.
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Warner Bros. today launched a new “Campaign That Never Forgets,” bringing to life the videogame that never forgets, Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Check Out the Middle-earth: Shadow of War Live Action Trailer: Beginning with an interactive live-action film directed by Neil Huxley (Avatar, Watchmen) and shot by Director of Photography, Fabian Wagner (Game of Thrones),...
All Orcs in Middle-earth: Shadow of War are probably pretty menacing, but the Feral tribe in particular draws its strengths from the animals of the wild. At least, that’s what they think they do in the story of Shadow of War. In a new trailer, we get our first introduction to this particular tribe, which […]
Today's video of Middle-earth: Shadow of War introduces the Feral Tribe who revere the ferocious beasts of Mordor and draw inspiration from them for brutal acts.
Warner Bros. has released a new video for Middle-earth: Shadow of War, showcasing the Feral tribe, a faction of Orcs who revere the fearsome beasts of Mordor, feeding on the strength of these vicious creatures as inspiration for their own acts of savagery. Check Out the Middle-earth: Shadow of War ‘Feral Tribe’ Trailer: In Shadow...
Maybe the strongest praise for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor necessitates pointing out its most glaring flaw. The game was a darling, managing to please fans and earn critical acclaim. All of that in spite of the fact that the final...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. clarifies its position on controversial charity DLC.
Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions have released a new trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of War introducing the “Dark Tribe.” Check Out the Middle-earth: Shadow of War ‘Dark Tribe’ Trailer: Middle-earth: Shadow of War will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide on October 10.
Warner has clarified its plans to donate sales from the Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC for Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Last week, studio Monolith Productions and its parent company WB Games announced the Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC for Middle-earth: Shadow of War. The DLC is a homage to Shadow of War’s executive producer, Mike Fogey, who passed away […]
A new group of Orcs is introduced today in this new video of Middle-earth: Shadow of War. The Dark tribe is comprised of fanatics who specialize in stealth and assassination to dominatoe Mordor.
Warner Bros. has insisted it will not make money from the sale of Shadow of War's Forthog Orc-Slayer DLC after the company was accused of profiting from the death of a Monolith developer. Last week we reported on Monolith executive producer Michael Forgey, who died from a brain tumour last year aged just 43-years-old. Show More Summary
Back in March, Middle-earth: Shadow of War producer Michael Forgey passed away following a battle with cancer. According to the team, Forgey would frequently leap in to save the day throughout development, and the team will be honoring that heroic nature in-game.
So why publish a review of the book, The Long Shadows: A Global Environmental History of the Second World War, edited by Simo Laakkonen, Richard Tucker, and Timo Vuorisalo and published by my own Oregon State University Press? It's reviewed by G. Tracy Mehan III, a frequent contributor to WaterWired,...
[UPDATE: Readers with eyes far better than mine have directed me to the microscopic disclaimer at the end of the trailer, which reads as follows: "Donations will be made on purchases from any 1 of the 50 US or DC (excluding purchases made from AL, HI, IL, MA, MS, and SC) Void where prohibited by law. Show More Summary