Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (PS4)
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Return to the fantastic world of Middle-Earth and contend with the deadly threat of Sauron and his Nazgul as you fight to hold back the spread of calamity and wickedness throughout the land.
Building on the signature ‘Nemesis’ system from Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War will place you and your actions at the centre of the conflict. Not only will enemies react to your presence and remember their previous encounters with you, but also dynamic ‘Nemesis Fortresses’ will respond to your tactics, encouraging new approaches to each location.
‘Followers’, in turn, will shape the story itself, adding new branches to the narrative with their own individual stories of loss, loyalty and betrayal that build on the world’s expanding story.
Set between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Middle-Earth: Shadows of War beckons you once more into JRR Tolkien’s iconic world of wizards, orcs and elves.
- A MONUMENTAL STORY: Immerse yourself in the epic scale of Middle-earth as you forge a new ring and siege epic fortresses to face the Dark Lord and the Ringwraiths.
- NEMESIS SYSTEM EVOLVED: Experience a richer and more personal world full of new enemy types, stronger personalities and deeper stories - anyone you face can now evolve from a lowly Soldier to a mighty Overlord, Personal Nemesis or Ally.
- TURN MORDOR AGAINST SAURON: Go behind enemy lines and use strategy, cunning or brute force to conquer Sauron's fortresses and turn them against him.
- IN MIDDLE-EARTH: SHADOW OF WAR, NOTHING WILL BE FORGOTTEN.
I would use the average word 'Good; to describe an average game
russ K onReviewed by
Shadow of Mordor was magical, what is the difference here? If you find out, tell me!
Combat is good as usual, smooth good upgrades but chaining combos sometimes is a miss (literally)
Loved the story, but I am a big LOTR lore fan.
New modes are pretty cool but overall alls I can say is this game is good.
Not so bad
Kyle M onReviewed by
I know there is alot of controversy surrounding microtransactions, but I didnt spend a cent and was able to finish the game with plenty orcs etc.
The endgame gets a bit grindy but is appealing to some.
I would say that if you played Shadow of Mordor, definately pick this one up. E