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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor

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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor

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  • Harness the Spirit of vengeance to inflict brutal combos while mastering powerful new skills and weaponry.
  • Exploit the individual fears, weakness and memories of your enemies as you dismantle Sauron's forces from within.
  • Become the most feared force in Mordor in a new chronicle set before the events of the Lord of the Rings.
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Incredible game and excellent PC performance.Great game with great graphics and really wonderful combat controls. The action is fluid and easy to get the hang of. The story is kind of ho-hum. For a Tolkien universe game, the story just isn t front and center or rally very interesting.But if you re in for the combat you ll. Be very happy!4Incredible game, fun combat, great Assassin's Creed style gameplayAs a Tolkien fan I've been generally disappointed with past Lord of the Rings games, but this one keeps drawing me back in. The story isn't exactly deep but the gameplay is fantastic.As a ranger out for revenge you take on thousands of orcs and their leaders, and each leader is randomly generated with individual personalities and looks. As you eliminate them, others are promoted and proceed to hassle you. Often, orcs you thought you had killed will come back maimed, scarred, and really really upset with you for beating them earlier.The whole nemesis system makes the whole game incredibly interesting and challenging (making orcs stay dead for example) but also makes the collection of various objects and lore less of a chore and more of a necessity for the OCD collector types.As others have said numerous times, this game is a sort of mashup of Assassins Creed, WB batman fighting styles, and orcs and such. Personally, I love it and often just run around killing, causing mayhem, and trying different tactics to terrorize the marauding invaders--completely delaying the actual progression of the story by 10-20 hours.If you don't have time for obsessively collecting every object, trophy, or orc's head, this game may only take you 20-30 hours total, but it's still worthwhile. The possibilities for replay are actually really good with the randomly generated Orc army and open sandbox style battles and objectives.My older graphics card couldn't quite cope with the scale and beauty this game is capable of, often leaving the settings at extremely low settings in order to make the gameplay smooth and functional. I was sorely tempted to upgrade my graphics card for this game alone, but opted for other upgrades instead (Xbox One Controller for PC, for example). However, even at low settings this game is impressive and will captivate you for hours.5Love it Shadow of Morder is in a class of its own right now.. even thou its like other games.it truely is one of the best and most challenging games i have ever played kinda wish they put in an elven city that you could buy some things from.. like throwing knifes and maybe where you could learn some of your abilities or something..but there isnt but the orcs how they change during there game play is like amazing cause they change as you play. they get harder untill you change the game style of your play then they change that then you change it back to what you first did in the first place and you get that kind of playstylefor instance if you play stealthy the orcs are more aware of your steathy play and you cant kill them as easily if you play like tanking around they become battle hardened so hard to take down espeaclly with orcs around with him..only thing that i wish would be edited is some of the blood or what ever you call orc blood it shoots everywhere.. but other than that its not to badalso another note would be i wish you could free prisoners from there cages like the catagorsbut thats just an ideaGood game..5It's ok, but not great.The graphics are beautiful but I'm disappointed in that it doesn't have a open world, you pretty much go from one area to another either by fast travel or by running, so you will pretty much be fighting at all times with little break in between. Also there is not enough customizing available like in Skyrim as an example. The killing is great and very realistic but can get a little monotonous at times. All in all it's a good game but wait for the price to drop. Also make sure your PC has the horsepower to handle it so you can get those beautiful graphics to show up.4A nice fun game, although it can be repetitiveA little repetitive, but over all a very enjoyable game. The controls are not too difficult to use, early in the game I was killed fairly often - but once I got the hang of it not so much.The story line is good, it takes place prior to the Lord of the Rings and abides by the written stories. The main character in the game is not a part of any stories, so the developers were able to create a new story line without deviating from the stories. I am still playing it - so I can't say anything about the ending yet.One thing to be aware of, this is a fairly violent game. I would definitely abide by the "mature" rating, as most of what the character does is kill other creatures in a fairly bloody way. I don't play the game when my son is awake due to the content.4So far, so great!I can be a tactical sniper (focused bow kills) and ninja (shadow stikes, stealth kills) AND! just run around and hack and slash (execution finishers) to my heart's content? I'm only about 2 hours into game play and am thoroughly enjoying the game play. There are gathering missions and hunting missions reminiscent of being a true ranger as well as taming creatures...the whole ghostly effect is pretty awesome as well. Looks like I have something to get me through snow storms and family visits I don't want to participate in5Don't Be Scared Off By the One-Star Reviews. Get This Game Today!I'm a long-time fan of the LOTR stories, so needless to say that I enjoyed this game VERY much. So far, I've logged something like 90 hours on this game, so there's lots of things to do, even after you've finished the main story, especially if you're one of those people (like me) who like to go for 100% completion (Yes, I did it!). At least for me, the difficulty was just high enough that I never got discouraged and never consulted any walkthroughs. The world you'll be traveling through is beautifully rendered. The voice acting and attention to detail are both fantastic. The things the orcs say will make you laugh. There's a good variety of missions. The various actions that Talion can perform make for a varied and entertaining experience, and you will need all of them to succeed. Brawling with 20-30 orcs is challenging and a blast. Taking out orcs/captains/warchiefs with stealth moves is extremely pleasing. Blowing things up or pinning a fleeing orc to the ground with your bow and arrow so you can catch up to him will bring a smile to your face.IMHO, complaints regarding the lack of dedication to the LOTR canon should be disregarded. Just let it go and have some fun. Remember, LOTR is a work of fiction!If I have a beef, it's that there was no instruction manual, or at the very least, a sheet included with the required keystrokes needed to perform the numerous actions that Talion can do. The result is that just about the time you get a handle on all the keystrokes needed to perform the various moves (and there are many), the game is just about over. I actually did not discover what a certain on-screen prompt meant until the very last move to destroy Sauron after I had died a couple of times! Jotting them down is somewhat of a drag, too, but that seems to be the only way to get a good handle on them. I gave it up after a page full of jotted down notes.You'll need some horsepower to play this game. My rig: Intel quad-core i5-4570, 8gb RAM, Gigabyte LGA 1150 Intel H87 mobo, W7 Ultimate 64-bit, Corsair Hydro cooling fan. The game ran like a dream at high settings and looked great. As for problems with Steam, I had a Steam account previously but when I attempted to log in using my former login info, Steam didn't recognize it (even though I contacted Steam to remind me of my password info!), so I simply created a new user name/login/password combo. This was the one and only glitch I encountered while installing this game. Yes, it took a while to get it installed, but it's a big game. Anyway, we'll see what happens when I get another Steam game.Overall, SoM gets 5 stars from me. I'll be on board if/when they can create another LOTR games as good as or better than this one!5Not What I Expected...When I got this game, I felt I was going to like it as most of the reviews were positive. After receiving it and activating it on Steam and getting the download done. I cranked it up. My first impression was good and I liked the start and the look of the game. Then we got into the actual game play itself. You must run thru the killing of the ranger's wife and son and that that was handled I thought very well. (All along as you are in this history you are being given a sort "learn-the-game controls" along with the story. I also noted that the game played fairly well with my game pad (X-Box 360). After this you begin the game on top of a tower as the Elf who is part of you. And this is where the game really started to lose me. You are expected to climb down the tower and hunt down the Orcs that killed you and your family. Except I had a bit of trouble trying to figure out exactly what that entailed. I finally got down and engaged the first few Orcs and got killed off pretty fast. Then I'm back on the tower again to do the same thing over again. And so we repeat the chain of event again. And again, and again, and again.......So after three hours of game play and getting killed off three or four times with each time promoting the Orcs that had killed off, I had the feeling of getting no where. I had gained a few skills. Had not been able to explore the surrounding terrain as I would have to engage more Orcs and get killed off again. I didn't feel like I was getting anything done. I played another two hours and got killed off another two times and still didn't feel like I was getting anywhere. So after five hours of game play and getting killed off five to six times, I came to the conclusion that I wasn't seeming to get anywhere. At least I didn't feel like I was. As for the Orcs, the one that killed me off twice had been promoted and one of the other who I didn't kill had been promoted as I didn't kill him! So it felt like I wasn't making any progress at all and all I was doing was increasing the strength of the guys I would have to meet and beat later. I had thought that one would have a bit of room to explore the environment a bit and get into the actual fights a little at a time to sort of give you a bit of time to used to the game. It turns out that this game is like a number of other games I've played where the idea is to "jump-right-into-the-fighting" is what is expected of you. Games like this usually go this way for me: Start game....get killed off.....start game.....get killed off.......start game.......get killed......etc. This gets VERY frustrating and tends to ruin the game play experience for me. By the time you get to the point where you don't feel that way anymore........if you ever do....the games no fun anymore. I like the look of this game and the graphics are great, but so far. the game play is not as good as the graphics. It has a really good feel about it but the game play itself just didn't turn me on. Update: 5/12/15: Well, I have to raise my rating for this game. Once your get by the game's opening and get really into it, you find, although it's a struggle to get there, that you can get your character more powerful and the game becomes a bit easier to play. One note though....Don't get over confident when this starts happening or you might find yourself dead again! Final Update: I leave my rating, but I have a slight warning to give. If your not a good melee fighter get ready to get very frustrated. After around 110 hours of game play, I had to admit defeat and start over again even though I'm not sure if that will help. The game really punishes you if you keep getting killed off. After that happening to me around 30 or more times, I had to even take on the environment to play the game. After awhile you just get tried of getting killed off so much and finding yourself more and more handicapped get time you jump down from the tower. I understand it's supposed to get easier as you go, and twice I thought I'd turned the corner, but then you find yourself right back where you started even with the increased skills. So frustrating. Still think an easy, normal, hard set up would be better. Oh well......4And I found it to be pretty darned goodI got this recently out of curiosity about the nemesis system. And I found it to be pretty darned good. Early game combat was a bit tough but it evened out as the game went on. The uruks were generally pretty good value. The story line, such as there was, was adequate I guess but clearly this is a game designed primarily around emergent story from gameplay systems rather than scripted story. There is a scripted story, but it's fairly limited in scope:mostly an afterthought.For me that's generally a negative as I love story-driven games. In this case though I'm willing to let it slide. My nemesis ended up being an Uruk named Horza the Wrestler and his name is etched in my memory in a way that many games fail to make many NPC's memorable. Gotta say that I really do hope that other games find a way to take the best parts of the nemesis system and integrate it into open world RPG games like TW3 that offer truly compelling scripted story-lines and characters, but where the random combat encounters with bandits and the like are moslty pretty forgettable. Skyrim is another game that could have benefited immensely from something like the nemesis system. It would also be amazing if the same nemesis style AI systems could be expanded to work with other forms of npc realtionships than adversarial ones.Overall, I belatedly understand now why many people were talking about ME:SOM being a GOTY contender at the time. Good game.4I was happy when I found the entire game was in the ...I was a little hesitant to buy this game at all on PC because I have very slow internet that cannot be fixed by paying my ISP more money. I was happy when I found the entire game was in the discs and not just a small portion like other "hard copies" like Arkham Knight and Fallout 4.The game is great, nothing is a better stress reliever than going on an hour long brutal uruk killing spree. It's mostly faithful to Tolkien's world except for some things like geographical differences. Mostly just reviewing the physical copy I got from amazon because even though it's a good game in my opinion I'm not a video game critic and they'll go way deeper into the game.5
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