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Shadow of Mordor is currently 80% off and free to play for a few days

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If you still haven't picked up Shadow of Mordor [Steam] now is a damn good time to try it out. It's 80% off and actually completely free to try for a few days.

An incredible experience from start to finish, I completed it and really wished there was more! The Nemesis system really makes things interesting with the Uruk leaders gaining power each time they defeat you. I think it's probably one of the most fun enemy mechanics in any game and really helps you stay interested, it also makes the battles constantly tense.

I'm hoping sales of it have been good enough for Feral Interactive to port the new Shadow of War that's due out this year, as it looks amazing. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Eike 7 July 2017 at 8:40 am UTC
QuoteAn incredible experience from start to finish, I completed it and really wished there was more! The Nemesis system really makes things interesting with the Uruk leaders gaining power each time they defeat you. I think it's probably one of the most fun enemy mechanics in any game and really helps you stay interested, it also makes the battles constantly tense.

The most important part for me was not them getting stronger, but them remembering you. It gives so much more life to the game.

QuoteI'm hoping sales of it have been good enough for Feral Interactive to port the new Shadow of War that's due out this year, as it looks amazing.

Pleeease!
Kohrias 7 July 2017 at 8:56 am UTC
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QuoteI'm hoping sales of it have been good enough for Feral Interactive to port the new Shadow of War that's due out this year, as it looks amazing.

Pleeease!

Yes, please Feral!
Ehvis 7 July 2017 at 9:38 am UTC
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QuoteI'm hoping sales of it have been good enough for Feral Interactive to port the new Shadow of War that's due out this year, as it looks amazing.

Pleeease!

Yes, please Feral!

This would be one of the games I'd happily pay full price for if it was a day-1 or even month-1 release.
Gryxx 7 July 2017 at 10:04 am UTC
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Kohrias
Eike
QuoteI'm hoping sales of it have been good enough for Feral Interactive to port the new Shadow of War that's due out this year, as it looks amazing.

Pleeease!

Yes, please Feral!

This would be one of the games I'd happily pay full price for if it was a day-1 or even month-1 release.

Mee to, that was one of best games i've ever played. I just hope that requirements won't be too hig.
lucifertdark 7 July 2017 at 10:40 am UTC
I also love how they remember you, but that one that keeps coming back after being killed looking worse & worse as time goes on is just hilarious.
miro 7 July 2017 at 12:01 pm UTC
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Now that is something I've seen for the fist time, it is unexpected and very much appreciated

no joystick dead-zone overrides or the (X) in the middle, but a real steam controller setup, nice. if someone knows: did feral do this or the game devs?


Last edited by miro on 7 July 2017 at 12:01 pm UTC
TheBard 7 July 2017 at 1:22 pm UTC
Indeed, very nice game. Fighting mini bosses on open aera was, to me, the most interesting idea. I have't seen such freedom since Skyrim. If the second one comes to Linux, it will be an instabuy
Nezchan 7 July 2017 at 1:27 pm UTC
Free, huh? That's a good opportunity to see if it actually runs on my system without wasting money.
fabertawe 7 July 2017 at 1:51 pm UTC
I absolutely loved SOM and would 100% buy a new port (Hi Feral!)
MagicMyth 7 July 2017 at 2:08 pm UTC
Oooh such a fantastic game. The nemesis system really added to the experience especially in the earlier part of the game when one Orc lucked out on killing me, becoming a captain then kept interfering in my other battles sneaking kill after kill until he was level 20 after the first couple of hours (and I was about level 4). It got really personal when he stopped bothering to kill me because I was so "weak". I got so much satisfaction when I finally figured out how to exploit the vulnerabilities and finally hunted him down. Never so much fun lobbing an enemies head off

Bring on the next game please Feral!
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