Ten years ago today, Monolith Productions did not release a sequel to Shogo: Mobile Armor Division. Instead they embarked on a horror-filled first-person saga that would leave players questioning supernatural age of consent laws.
The Bright Lord, Shadow of Mordor's new DLC campaign, promises an epic showdown with Lord of the Rings head honcho Sauron. It was designed in part to address a common fan complaint about the original game's anticlimactic ending. But while it does give players a chance to fight Sauron, I'd hardly call it an epic battle.
Returning to Middle-earth is going to take a little longer for Xbox 360 and PS3 owners. It's just been announced that the release date for last-gen versions of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor has shifted to November 18 (November 21 for Europe). PS4 and Xbox One versions will still be coming out on September 30 (October…
Here he is, slaughtering orcs left and right in Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor's CG trailer.
No two players' experience will be the same in the upcoming Lord of the Rings game, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is a revenge story. Sauron has returned to Mordor and a mystery wraith with a grudge has resurrected you to kill him. But from everything I played in a recent demo, it seems like the orcs and other creatures of Mordor should want revenge against me.
Guardians of Middle-Earth, a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game, is going to Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network this fall.
Revealed yesterday, Gotham City Impostors is a multiplayer first-person shooter that pits Batman acolytes against the Jokers disciples. It sounds just crazy enough to work and it looks even crazier, based on the game's first piece of artwork.
Want to get more out of Monolith Productions upcoming downloadable multiplayer game Gotham City Impostors? Then you'll want to read Batman: Impostors, an epic four-issue story arc that first appeared in Detective Comics last year.
Think of it as Team Fortress meets Batman: Arkham Asylum.
Gotham City Impostors, in development by Monolith Productions for the PC, Playstation Network and Xbox Live, will have players taking each other out as Batman- and Joker-themed criminals and vigilantes.
The third entry in Monolith Productions' F.E.A.R. franchise may be getting its big reveal in the next month, as foretold by a teaser in an unnamed Spanish language gaming magazine. The supposed name of that game? F.3.A.R.
...and you thought your gaming chair was sweet. This was certainly the most immersive gaming display at the New York Comic Con.
Judging by this short look at F.E.A.R. 2, it looks like it's more of the latter. Don't forget, boys and girls, you need to be 18 or older to watch the video.
When we first heard that the proper sequel to horrific first-person shooter F.E.A.R. was to be christened Project Origin, a warm, immediately bored feeling washed over us. We were thankful not to have to type out all those damn periods — damn you, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.! — but lamented having another dull game title to throw…
As previously announced, developer Monolith Productions is back with a new F.E.A.R. game, but it's not called F.E.A.R. 2. And we had a chance to check it out at this year's E3. Since publishers changed during development, the game is now called Project Origin. Different titles aside, this actually is the sequel and is…