Middle-earth™: Shadow of Mordor™ (NA)

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Fight through Mordor and uncover 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 chronicle of Middle-earth.

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Customer reviews


A great game well worth the price!

goro3d | June 30, 2015 | See all goro3d's reviews »

Been playing for about 4 months and taking my time doing a lot of stealth and in your face fighting and loving every bit of it! Awesome RPG and worth adding to any rpg collection. It has be a great addition to my rpg collection! Game gets tough but as you build up your character you get stronger as well! I have the game of the year and it well worth the title and a great game to play either hardcore or casual everyone who is a rpg will probably like it :)! it's a continuation of LOTR but takes place after middle earth and the Hobbit.


Wow an intense rpg

goro3d | June 11, 2015 | See all goro3d's reviews »

I love this game but wish it had an easy mode but apparently they thought that would be too easy but oh well. It's a great game in it's own right and I enjoy the blood and gore of it! I give this game a 97% out of 100 cause still has it's bad parts but dosen't stop the gameplay in the least :)!


Engrossing twist on the LOTR universe~!

xwa_foxhound | June 4, 2015 | See all xwa_foxhound's reviews »

You can see from the screenshots that it looks great, and everyone loves hunting orcs anyway! What impressed me most however is something completely different - not the gameplay or the visuals, but the bits out of your control... the orcs. While you are running around the game world and killing away, there is a background orc hierarchy system which is constantly changing through duels and the run-on effects of your actions in game. Orcs that kill you level up and gain power, and these orcs later come hunting you down with their warbands. What I also love is that they hurl abuse at you when they meet you in game before charging in. Each one has different strengths and fighting styles, and just hitting them with a sword doesn't always work! Equally fun is the way you can gain information and intelligence from orcs, slaves, and random documents about these orcs, including weaknesses, to help plan your assault on them. This is truly a game worth playing if you are either an LOTR fan, or an Assassins Creed / Batman Arkham fan!


Great game, not a masterpiece

sycomantis1991 | May 28, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »

This game is really good and really engrossing. It looks absolutely spectacular and it controls really well. The story is pretty good, but the Nemesis System is what makes this game really grab hold of you. Fighting off the allies of or the reanimated enemy you killed a while ago, much stronger than before, is extra thrilling and makes the game an endless stream of one-up-manship. The combat is pretty good but nothing special. it plays like Arkham with swords but aside from a few powers, it's very simplistic.


Unique and gory sword action game!

GatsuRage | May 27, 2015 | See all GatsuRage's reviews »

I never played a sword game like this one before, the slashes, the mutilation, and blood and gore while slay stupid amount of orcs all across the map. I will keep this super short, because there isn't much to say about it, history ain't bad, gameplay is very good. What I will say right now, try to keep your skills unlearned for as much as you possible can until you see yourself obligated to learn for progress the game, why? simple, you do what I did, and learn everything within the first couple of hours and the entire left part of the game (which is pretty big) will be a sleep walk, your skills will make you really OP, so, or start the game a high'st difficulty level possible, or try not to learn every skill, and you will have a good experience! That's it, hope you pick this game, even if your not a LOTR fan, but a fantasy rpg fan, you will love this game! (not perfect score just because those overpowered skills)