Top News This Week

August 30, 2016 - Become A Crack Shot On CS:GO Aside from common sense, a little bit of strategy ... | August 23, 2016 - Make Gaming an Integral Part of Your Life If you’re something of a novice when it comes to ... | August 10, 2016 - 5 Answers to the ‘Gaming Is Bad For Kids’ Argument As lovers of video games, it can be frustrating wh ... | June 23, 2016 - What Are The Best PC Games For Gamers? For a gamer who’s new to PC gaming, it can be in ... | June 17, 2016 - A Beginner’s Guide To Gaming [Source] For someone new to video games, the gamin ... | February 16, 2016 - Bunneh3000’s Gamer Journal – Feb. 16 There’s honestly not enough Bunneh bucks in ... | February 5, 2016 - Tom Clancy’s The Division beta Impressions Tom Clancy’s games (and stories for that mat ... | January 25, 2016 - Bunneh’s Gamer Journal – Jan. 22 Gamers, Geeks, and Griffin-Mechs! Bunneh is back a ... | January 13, 2016 - Bunneh3000’s Gamer Journal for Jan. 8 First report on my gaming adventures of 2016 and a ... | January 5, 2016 - Bunneh3000’s Best of 2015 Shooter of the Year – Halo 5 Now before all ... |

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Release Pushed Up a Week

Posted July 27, 2014 by Kat in News

Monolith Productions has announced a date change for the release of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.  But where we’ve been getting recent reports of launch dates being pushed back, this game in instead moving up, seeing its release now in September instead of October.  Shadow of Mordor will be getting an extra week, as the studio has changed the date from October 7 up to September 30.

Among other things, this means freeing up the month of October just a little bit more, as it recently saw Dragon Age: Inquisition depart for a November release, while Battlefield: Hardline is now due out next year.  It may also prove to Shadow of Mordor’s benefit, as it was originally due to release the same day as Inquisition; and the weeks in between will likely give some more breathing room to two relatively similar themed RPGs.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is based loosely on Tolkien’s mythology, following single player Talion as he explores titular Mordor after Sauron’s return and before events of the War of the Ring.  Among other features, the game has a new Nemesis feature that enhances the AI of enemies and allows them to adapt to combat situations.  It will be out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC Sep 30.

Source: GameSpot

Did you enjoy this article? If so, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. It would be great if you subscribed to our RSS feed or signed up for email updates to get more goodness. There’s lots more where this came from!

About the Author


Kat aspires to be the ultimate crazy cat lady. But until that day comes, she remains faithfully committed to her PS3 and Wii, and spends far too much time online arguing about Star Trek. She can also occasionally be found posting under the pseudonym AmaltheaElanor.

Around the Network
Essential Video Game Statistics 2011
Sony Gamescom Rundown
E3 2015 Report Coverage: Nintendo
Steam Fixes A Huge Bug That Allowed Users To Hack Other Users Easily
Full Details on ESO DLC 'Imperial City'