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  • Blog Post: Shadow Of Mordor Developer Monolith Rallies Around Ill Coworker

    Yesterday, Shadow of Mordor developer Monolith Productions spent the day pulling together for one of its own. In May, Executive producer Mike Forgey was diagnosed with glioblastoma, an extremely aggressive form of cancer that causes fast-growing brain tumors. Since his diagnosis earlier this year, Forgey... More
  • Blog Post: Shadow Of Mordor Players Have Killed 5.65 Billion Uruks

    Monolith Productions has released an infographic detailing the violence that has taken place in Mordor since Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor launched in September. The image provides us with some startling numbers, showing just how popular the game has been with players. Among several impressive numbers... More
  • Blog Post: Condemned Creator "Contemplating" Outsourcing Franchise

    Jace Hall, one of the creators of the Condemned franchise, took to Facebook today to gauge interest for a new entry in the series. The former CEO of Monolith Productions, who owns the IP, also expressed interest in giving the horror franchise over to a qualified independent development team since he... More
  • Blog Post: Optimism Is Key When You Have A Bad Day In Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor

    YouTube user Bart Rowell has taken Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor's newly implemented photo mode and put it to unexpected use. It's reminiscent YouTube's Grant Voegtle's use of the photo mode with The Last of Us , but it has a much different tone. You can check out the video below, and... More
  • Blog Post: Talion And Celebrimbor Get Cartoony In Shadow Of Mordor Fanart

    Now that we know just who the wraith in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is , the story is starting to come into focus. Talion and the spirit of elven lord Celebrimbor will wend a bloody path across Middle-earth on their quests for revenge. Thankfully, even the darkest of subject matter can be given a... More
  • Blog Post: NetherRealm, Rocksteady Go Unreal Engine-Exclusive

    Warner Bros. has bought a company-wide license to use Unreal Engine 3 from Epic Games, and the Mortal Kombat and Batman studios will work exclusively with the technology through 2014, according to a press release. The existing Mortal Kombat and Batman projects were already being made with UE3, so there's... More
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