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  • Blog Post: Opinion: The New-Gen Promise Fulfilled

    Gamers who have followed the hobby for many years are familiar with the strange phenomenon that comes with a new generation of consoles and games. First we get the big promises from console makers and publishers about all the ways in which this new generation is going to change everything. Next comes... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Beginner’s Tips For Shadow Of Mordor

    Today gamers are finally getting their hands on Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Starting any new game is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming – especially if you are the type who is haunted by the sense that you are doing something wrong. We’re here to help. We’ve finished Talion’s... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

    Video games based off the Lord of the Rings universe have been somewhat hit or miss, but Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is one of the biggest releases the franchise has seen in years. With a combination of Batman: Arkham City’s combat and Assassin’s Creed’s open world exploration, Shadow... More
  • Blog Post: Eight Video Game Characters That Kind Of Look Alike

    Sometimes video game characters from different games look surprisingly similar. Moira Burton and Abigail "Fetch" Walker We don't know much about Moira Burton from Resident Evil Revelations 2 yet, but we have seen what she looks like and we can't help but be reminded of Infamous Second... More
  • Blog Post: Troy Baker Shares His Lifelong Lord Of The Rings Fandom For Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor

    We recently had a chance to chat with Troy Baker, the performer behind Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor’s protagonist Talion, about his and the game’s role in the universe of Lord of the Rings. We asked Baker a simple question: are you a Lord of the Rings fan? Baker detailed how he has had... More
  • Blog Post: The Secret Behind Shadow Of Mordor's Rhythmic Combat

    Few game studios have a dedicated composer working within their walls. Senior composer Nathan Grigg has worked alongside director of audio Brian Pamintuan at Monolith Productions for over a decade and their collaborative work style is readily apparent in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. The demo of the... More
  • Blog Post: What Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor Means For Monolith

    Starting in 1997 with a game called Blood, Monolith Productions has focused on first-person experiences but has amassed an incredibly varied game catalogue. Everything from anime-inspired mech combat to bringing the world of The Matrix online, the path of Monolith Productions is unpredictable. Their... More
  • Blog Post: Fallen Fantasy – The Orcs Of Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor

    Shying away from traditional fantasy elements may seem like a strange approach to a game set in Middle-earth, but director of design Michael de Plater and lead writer Christian Cantamessa are building a more grounded and historically-inspired take on Tolkien's world. Your main adversaries in Middle... More
  • Blog Post: Freedom In Mordor: Middle-earth's Next-Level Sandbox

    After decades working on sports and strategy games, Michael de Plater is leading the effort to put players in to the land of Mordor. As the director of design, de Plater is pulling from his experience focusing on gameplay systems to create the ultimate sandbox world for fans of Middle-earth. While visiting... More
  • Blog Post: Creating The Story Of Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor

    The cover story for the December issue of Game Informer features the gigantic new action game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, you can read about all aspects of the game by checking out the digital version of the magazine . Instead of basing the game on the Lord of the Rings or Hobbit trilogies, Monolith... More
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