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A Lord of The Rings game needs to feel epic. Like, gigantic armies and hordes of spiky armour-encrusted villains a dudes fighting on top of towers-level epic. Of all the trailers for Shadow of Mordor I’ve seen so far, this new one Sony dropped during its Gamescom presser hit the best note in this regard.
Video: Last week, a fan theory posted to Reddit sought to explain why Gandalf and the Fellowship didn’t just fly to Mordor instead of doing all that walking. It made some sense, but I think I like this explanation better.
Oh. Great. Just as I wean myself off the wonderful Game of Thrones mod for Crusader Kings II, now I find out there’s a Lord of the Rings mod for Crusader Kings II.
Here is the trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, complete with a throwback to one of the best moments in Lord of the Rings: Return of the King — Pippin’s song. CHILLS.
No two players’ experience will be the same in the upcoming Lord of the Rings game, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. In a recent preview, I explained how that is and how the Nemesis system fits into that. If you missed it, you can use the Nemesis system to target various warchiefs and have their bodyguards turn against them, thereby shifting the power struggle in a way that’s more advantageous to you. Commanding the bodyguard to do so successfully will leave that entire army at your disposal. It’s how you will eventually take on Sauron with any hope to live to tell the tale.
The next Lord of the Rings game, Shadows of Mordor, is out on 7 October 2014, and there’s a brand new angst-ridden trailer for you to watch. While many previous LOTR games have stuck closely to the source material (or at least Peter Jackson’s interpretation thereof), Shadow of Mordor tells a brand new story set between the events of The Hobbit and the main trilogy.
If you woke up craving new footage from Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, the newest game in Tolkien’s iconic fantasy world, then you crave weird things. But also, you’re in luck: via GameSpot, here’s eight new minutes of footage from Shadow of Mordor, filled with orc-stomping and orc-slashing and orc-murdering.