As revealed by Target over the weekend, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is getting a sequel on August 22 called Shadow of War. Now that the cat’s out of the bag, here’s nearly two and a half minutes of standard Middle-Earth cinematics, with the promise of gameplay on March 8.
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ version of Kylo Ren can be a bit intimidating, but deep down inside he’s just a fan like everybody else. The game comes out next week. He’ll be in his room sulking until then.
Every cinematic blockbuster is accompanied by a massive publicity campaign that carpet bombs the public with trailers, trailers for trailers, TV spots, more trailers and exclusive glimpses to make sure that it’s a huge hit on opening weekend.
I was a little worried about how a LEGO game mainly based on the Avengers film franchise would compare to the captivating open-world exploration of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Looks like I worried over nothing—LEGO Avengers has all of that and more.
Tonight at midnight $465 worth of LEGO Dimensions product goes on sale. How much does one need to pay to have a good time? Let our buyer’s guide be your...guide.
Interactive smoke and fog, dollar bills that flutter across the floor, enhanced rain that beads off Batman’s cape—that’s right, it’s Nvidia’s obligatory “look-how-good-Batman-looks-on-our-hardware” video for Arkham Knight!
Christopher Lloyd is a man who’ll jump at any chance to don a Hawaiian shirt, stand in front of a wind machine and shout “Great Scott!” A new LEGO Dimensions trailer is as good a reason as any.
Gearing up for the release of Mortal Kombat X, Netherrealm Studios has released a trailer featuring four-armed DLC brawler Goro. Yet all I can see is this.
While there will always be a fondness in my heart for the music of System of a Down, it does not belong in this television ad for Mortal Kombat X. Let's swap in something more appropriate.
After an eternity in beta, Turbine's DC Comics-based MOBA has officially launched, complete with its own Steam page and everything. How about a celebratory stream?
For the past two weeks I've had to hear or read about how much almost everyone on the site playing Middle-earth: Shadows of Mordor is loving the game. Now it's my turn to exterminate some orcs.
Today Warner Bros. announced the first-ever season pass for a LEGO game, promising players six downloadable content packs and more than 40 new characters for $14.99. What they should really be doing is bundling their DLC with Minifigs and selling it in stores.
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.
And I liked it.
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.
Batman's next straight-to-DVD animated adventure is set in the Arkham Asylum videogame universe, although you'd be hard-pressed to tell from this trailer. Still, watching the Suicide Squad get caught between Batman and the Joker seems like a good time no matter what.
We're used to LEGO video games based on movies. Here's a video game based on a LEGO movie. Maybe it's leaning on the first full movie trailer a bit too much, but that's only because that trailer was awesome. If the game manages to channel even a tenth of that awesome, it'll be one-tenth as awesome. This is basic…