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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Fight your way through Mordor and reveal the truth of the spirit that compels you, discover the origins of the Rings of Power, build your legend and ultimately confront the evil of Sauron in this new story of Middle-earth.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
Downloads 16001
Genre Fantasy, Action Adventure, Open-World
Company / Developer
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment / Monolith Productions
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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor reviews ( 7 )

shakamaiden, Oct 7, 2014

A truly remarkable game! It combines much of Assassins Creed good parts, with the Arkham franchise type of fights! The Nemesis system brings a whole new dynamic to the game, and dying, really, really matters!

Jezath, Sep 30, 2014

Its good to see that studios like this still feel the need to take a risk and innovate.. What we all figured would be some sort of gimmick is actually an incredible system that works behind the scenes even when you think it isn't.. Follow the in game story yes, but make your own story using the nemesis system and your suddenly in a whole new world!! Graphics are what you expect nowadays from a AAA title along with the sound.. The gameplay has the best elements with almost assassins creed style assassination manoeuvres..

TheBudworth, Oct 6, 2014

This is everything Assassin's Creed tried to be. This game opens with a strong and dark intro and finishes even stronger. The fluid combat system and the robust free-running all adds up to make a beautifully well designed game. The open world is full of things to do and explore. You can defeat armies of Uruks whenever you please and the fantastic Nemesis System adds a lot more depth into combat.

Shuamd, Sep 30, 2014

Even allowing the fact that this product mechanics is clearly partly based on the Assassin’s creed game series (and in somewhere The Witcher), it is an absolutely original and entertaining game. IMHO, the system NEMESIS in combination with the “open world”’s freedom and perfectly embodied in graphics Middleearth - is a kind of so to speak active RPG, where the player, within the framework of the worldsetting of course, creates its own story of vengeance and confrontation.

ireviewthings1, Feb 18, 2015

A pleasent suprise. The AC-Batman comparison is fair. I enjoyed arham asylum, but more for it's lore. Got bored of AC2 after 15h and never touched the franchise prior or after again. (I'm also not a Lord of the Rings fan. Not quite my universe. Liked the movies but saw them only once.) The mechanics are essentially the same, yes. But somehow intigrated more purposefully and focused. The Nemesis System is the star though. That, and the way Uruks interact with you. The way they trashtalk and reference prior battles is amazingly invigorating. Uruks are portrayed in such a way that you will want to just shank each and every one of those you come across. Sound is very good... *slice*... Graphics are as good as you can hope for for a title that is available for 360 and PS3 as well. Nice detail up close, not so pretty enviromental geometry. But hey, it's Mordor. It is a pisshole anyway. On the FPS/detail correlation is definetly well optimized. Result: this game shoots straight. It uses a few core mechanics but does what it does very well. Very good pace troughout and good total playing time. It is 30 € on amazon as off now and at that price point you will never regret buying it.

dermaniac, Jan 7, 2015

Nice game, but could use some more meat on its bones. I really enjoyed what is here, but unfortunately it suffers from the "open-world-game-disease", where only about 7 hours worth of content (20 missions) are part of the main storyline, while the rest is padded out with side missions, challenges and.. well, the whole ork power struggle thing. If you enjoy hunting down every little POI and finish all the (mostly pointless) sideactivities, then this is for you. If you are more like me, and would rather prefer more well crafted missions, then the game will feel a little short. The whole ork hunting and managing thing was very fun, although I do think it was a little underutilized. Having an (let alone all) warchiefs under your control should come with some mighty perks, but unfortunately it didn't matter to the gameplay at all. So in the end, it didn't feel very rewarding. But I guess in here the journey is its own reward. Overall I loved it very much and it didn't overstay its welcome either. I would have appreciated a difficulty switch. There is no difficulty setting, and while the game felt challenging enough at first, once you get the hang of it (after 2-3 hours) it gets very easy and you feel very overpowered. I died about 10 times in the first 3 hours of playing and about 3 times in the last 10 hours. Another minor gripe: The sound track is often a little mismatched. I had to enable subtitles because very often the music was so loud I couldn't make out what they said in a cutscene. And sometimes action music from the gameplay got stuck and played over the cutscene music, which made it even worse. Oh, and the ending is a little anticlimactic. There are 3 main bosses in the game. The first boss is an awesome epic battle that I really enjoyed. The second boss is a game of whack-a-mole (go to 3 or 4 locations and press a button), and the last boss fight is a very short Quick-Time-Event. That made me a little sad. Still, the gameplay was enough fun to make me look past most of these flaws and I do recommend the game. I enjoyed it very much.

noirfx, Oct 15, 2017

The game is ok, just remove microtransaction and everybody will be happy. Gamers are not stupid, you can't put loot crates into 60$ single player game.