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  • Blog Post: Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor Season Pass Gets Early, Incomplete Details

    Warner Bros. and Monolith have detailed the planned expansion content for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. While WB has offered some detail, there are still some missing pieces missing that would be useful to know. The season pass will include a new warband mission (Guardians of the Flaming Eye), early... More
  • Blog Post: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Coming One Week Earlier

    October is starting to thin out, as Warner Bros. has announced an earlier release date for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. This leaves October 7 now two titles lighter, after Dragon Age: Inquisition was delayed until November . This is good news for everyone still releasing on October’s first Tuesday... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Reconfirms Four Major Titles For 2014

    Nintendo is currently holding a press briefing following its year-end financial results. As part of that conference, the company has reconfirmed four titles for release this year. The company still expects to release Super Smash Bros. on Wii U in "winter 2014." Additionally, Monolith Software's... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Trailer Reveals Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Release Date

    Update: A Warner Bros. representative has confirmed the game's release date and provided us with some additional information about the game. The good news is that the October 7th release of the game for PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC is indeed true. He also gave us some more information... More
  • Blog Post: Shadow Of Mordor Nemesis System Handicapped For PS3, Xbox 360

    When studios develop cross-generation games, compromises must be made to get titles up and running on the older consoles given the reality that they have only a fraction of the horsepower boasted by the newer systems. The latest studio being forced to make these tough choices is Monolith with Middle... More
  • Blog Post: Warner Announces Guardians Of Middle-Earth

    Warner Bros. Interactive today announced Guardians of Middle-earth, a downloadable multiplayer online battle arena game being developed by Monolith Productions. The game includes more than 20 characters and supports five-on-five battles. Some of the playable guardians include Gandalf, Sauron, Gollum... More
  • Blog Post: Free Gotham City Impostors DLC Now Available, Video Here

    As previously reported , the first downloadable content for Gotham City Impostors is coming to players free of cost. Warner Bros. informed us that the DLC is available today and provided a video with some further details. In addition to some matchmaking tweaks, the downloadable content includes a new... More
  • Blog Post: Gotham City Impostors Launching With $220 Of DLC

    Gotham City Impostors, the new Batman-versus-Joker-themed multiplayer shooter from Monolith, is going live on PlayStation Network today and on Xbox Live Arcade tomorrow. While the game itself will cost a mere $15, it will apparently feature a shocking amount of downloadable content right from the start... More
  • Blog Post: Xenoblade Chronicles Confirmed For North America

    Update 3 : Xenoblade Chronicles will be available exclusively through U.S. GameStop retail locations and Nintendo's website for $49.99. Update 2 : Nintendo of America has confirmed Xenoblade Chronicles is coming to North America in April next year for the Wii. The company has not commented on whether... More
  • Blog Post: F.E.A.R. 3's Point Man Is All Business

    Co-op is a focus of F.E.A.R. 3, and this new trailer for the game gives an idea of what it will be like to step into the haunted boots of Point Man. Unlike his brother, Paxton Fettel, Man can use telekinetic powers to move objects around in the world. Just imagine the thrill of being able to throw a... More
  • Blog Post: Monolith Not Developing F.E.A.R. 3, John Carpenter Involved

    Many F.E.A.R. 3 murmurings popped up over the past few weeks. Today, Warner Bros. Interactive officially announced the game. Big changes are in store for the franchise, but adding co-op and enlisting help from horror experts should get fans excited. Monolith, the developer responsible for previous F... More
  • Blog Post: Job Cuts At Warner Bros. Studios

    Today Warner Brothers confirmed that an unspecified number of employees at Monolith Productions, Snowblind Studios, and Surreal Software have been laid off. According to a statement made to Gamasutra , the job cuts at Warner's three studios are not indicators of the developers being shut down. In... More
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