On October 10th, a strange sound could be heard emanating from the city of Oxford in England. This sound was J.R.R. Tolkien spinning in his grave like a Beyblade. This could only mean one thing – Middle-Earth: Shadow of War was finally released on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

The first game in the series was an entertaining fantasy equivalent to Assassin’s Creed, which had the interesting Nemesis System, where you battled against a hierarchy of powerful orcs who would become stronger if they killed you. Shadow of Mordor ran wild with the continuity of Lord of the Rings by revealing that the main character ...

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