Combatti a Mordor e svela l'essenza dello spirito che ti guida, scopri le origini degli Anelli del Potere, crea la tua leggenda e infine confronta la malvagità di Sauron in questa nuova cronaca della Terra di Mezzo.
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Molto positiva (1,188 recensioni) - 89% delle 1,188 recensioni degli utenti pubblicate negli ultimi 30 giorni sono positive.
Molto positiva (29,478 recensioni) - 29,478 recensioni degli utenti (92%) per questo gioco sono positive.
Data di rilascio: 30 set 2014

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9.3/10 – IGN

5/5 – Joystiq

4.5/5 – VideoGamer

Informazioni sul gioco

Combatti a Mordor e svela l'essenza dello spirito che ti guida, scopri le origini degli Anelli del Potere, crea la tua leggenda e infine confronta la malvagità di Sauron in questa nuova cronaca della Terra di Mezzo.

Requisiti di sistema

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Sistema operativo: 64-bit: Vista SP2, Win 7 SP1, Win 8.1
    • Processore: Intel Core i5-750, 2.67 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4 GHz
    • Memoria: 3 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 | AMD Radeon HD 5850
    • DirectX: Versione 11
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 44 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Sistema operativo: 64-bit: Win 7 SP1, Win 8.1
    • Processore: Intel Core i7-3770, 3.4 GHz | AMD FX-8350, 4.0 GHz
    • Memoria: 8 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 | AMD Radeon HD 7950
    • DirectX: Versione 11
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 57 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Sistema operativo: Mac OS X 10.10.3
    • Processore: 2.4 GHz Intel
    • Memoria: 8 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: 1GB Nvidia 650M or later, AMD 7xxx series or later and Intel Iris Pro.
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 67 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Note aggiuntive: Requires Keyboard & Multi-button Mouse
    • Sistema operativo: Mac OS X 10.10.4
    • Processore: 3.2 GHz Intel
    • Memoria: 16 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: 4GB Nvidia 780MX, AMD D700 or R9 295X
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 67 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Note aggiuntive: Gamepad
    • Sistema operativo: Ubuntu 14.04.2 64-bit / SteamOS
    • Processore: Intel Core i5-750, 2.67 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4 GHz
    • Memoria: 4 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: 1GB NVIDIA 640 or better with driver version 352.21 or later
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 47 GB di spazio disponibile
    • Note aggiuntive: AMD and Intel cards are NOT supported. If you wish to play the game using an AMD graphics card, you should update your graphics driver to version Catalyst 15.7 or higher. You should be able to run the game without experiencing stability issues or graphical glitches, but you may still experience poor performance.
    • Sistema operativo: Ubuntu 14.04.2 64-bit / SteamOS
    • Processore: Intel Core i7-3770, 3.4 GHz | AMD FX-8350, 4.0 GHz
    • Memoria: 8 GB di RAM
    • Scheda video: 4GB NVIDIA 9xx series card or better with driver version 352.21 or later
    • Rete: Connessione Internet a banda larga
    • Memoria: 47 GB di spazio disponibile
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( 25.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
I only play this game for 25 hours to complete the achievements. nothing more and nothing less. for the gameplay, it is fun. but only AT FIRST. but after a while, it is kinda boring. it is repetitive. and the story is SUCK. if u want to play this game, dont buy it. instead, download it free. or at least be like me, only buy this game during summer sale so it doesnt feel like a total waste cause it does not worth it.
( 0.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
Playing this with Linux, I was joyed to see it start beautifully, but I noticed something not quite right as the game launched with a loading time, and most of the dude didn't render.

I get past the animations sequences, and realize most of the mesh objects in the game aren't rendering, including my body and clothing, making me mostly invisible save my arms and weapons. Getting past the intro fights, most of the map isn't rendering, or me, but remains mostly playable. I dig the game, but with most of the baddies, map, and myself not rendering right, sort of defeats the joy of a pretty game.

Going to look up reviews and faq's for the game, it seems they don't support AMD cards under Linux, which of course mine is. Seeing that I play everything from Tomb Raider to Postal 2, and don't see this sort of effect just tells me they used a crappy porting studio that doesn't know how. Namely they can't do it, so it must be crap hardware, even though everyone else does. Don't buy me, we only figure out half the problem!

Suck it up, fix this, it really shouldn't matter Nvidia or AMD. You have a nice game, don't ruin the experience for half the video card market on a platform because you can't figure it out like all the other porting studios do.
( 38.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
I marathoned this game over three days. Everything I loved about Assassin's Creed mixed with Arkham Asylum style combat. Enemies start to discuss rumors about you as you develop a specialization too. Dominating and strategically dealing with the different Uruk commanders is a blast too.
Some of the randomly generated combinations are nightmarish (Can't vault over, uses a shield, and immune to stealth and ranged for example), but when you finally kill the ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ it's a glorious feeling of achievement.
( 18.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
Mix the core gameplay of a Batman Arkham game with the mechanics and exploration of an Assassin's Creed. Then, add a beautifully crafted Tolkien-esque skin over it and spice it up with a revolutionary Nemesis system, where killing enemies and being killed by them actually matters in the storyline and overall gameplay.

Really enjoyable and fun, highly recommended (even more if you enjoy open world games).
Dance in the Pants
( 12.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
This game has been out for 2 years and it's still incredibly buggy. By far my biggest issue with this game are the bugs, specifically getting stuck and blocked by invisible objects. About a third of my missions end because Im doing one of the following: running through a doorway that an escaping enemy just ran through and I am blocked by some invisible barrier; fall into a wall and are unable to escape; or get stuck in a roof.

This game feels like an Assasins Creed mod mixed with a half baked Batman Arkham series combat system. It's not a great AC port-the controls are extremely fickle and objects can be extremely difficult to interact with-and the combat isn't anywhere near as polished as Batman- button/joystick sensitivity seems to change at random, timing is very difficult to get down, and combinations seem to rarely work even when prompted by screen hints.

Finally, the game just drops you into the world with little or no explanation of the story, side quests, abilities, weapons, etc. You just feel drowning in options with little guidances. About a third of the way through the game menus and hints began to appear to instruct me how to use mechanics I figured out via trial and error hours ago.

I enjoy LoTR, I enjoy AC, and I also enjoy Batman. In the rare instances when you experience good parts of these three things the game is fun, otherwise it's just extremely frustrating potentnial.
( 27.5 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
Even a blade in the face can't stop these Uruk.

You will burn them, slice their necks, have fierce beasts maul them, throw them from ledges and still, some of them will find a way to return. Their wounds will be stitched together, left to heal on their own or even have iron platings stuck on them to prevent them from opening. That's their nature, and that of their homeland, Mordor, merciless, brutal and upredictable.

Enter Mordor as Talion, a ranger of the Black Gate. As soon as the tutorial finishes, you and your family have your throats slit as a sacrifice by the servants of Sauron. You are immediately banished from death however, since an ancient elven wraith possesses you, and you embark on your journey to avenge your family's death.

It's a pretty straightforward and shocking intro that will make you think "hey, this game's story seems brutal and interesting!" Unfortunately, that's also its best part. The rest of the storyline is shallow and feels as if the writers preferred to hunt Pokemon than write a bloody amazing scenario, one that this game is worth.

However, the rest of the game's elements are BLOODY AMAZING! Think of it like Batman: Arkham series and Assassin's Creed had a baby in the world of LOTR. It's that good, and more.

As an undead fella, Talion gives you the impression to be unstoppable without sacrificing the fear of defeat. As you progress, you unlock more powers and combat movements that you can tailor your battle style on. You can use stealth, force Uruks to fight for you, use beasts to do your dirty work, or straight-up massacre anyone that stands in your path. If you bite more than you can chew, though, you will find yourself respawning in the closest spawn point and the Uruk that dealt the killing blow being promoted or become stronger.

Mordor is alive. Uruks have not tamed the land and you will find patrols getting served by the local wildlife or slave camps where you can release the slaves for your benefit. Everywhere something is happening and you can sit back and watch, laughing, as a band of poor soldiers is getting skewered alive by gollum-like creatures. Or you can join the fray and leave none, orc and beast alike, standing. Your choice.

Since we talk about Uruks, here is where the game shines. They come in many professions, from slavers and hunters to assassins and archers. Their place in the army defines their weaponry and general attitude. Uruks have their own society, with soldiers, various forms of captains and always 5 warchiefs. An Uruk can progress through the ranks randomly, by killing Talion, killing other captains etc. Each Uruk likes and dislikes some of his peers, or he's even a bodyguard of a warchief. This information can be used to your advantage in order to clear Sauron's army more efficiently or take it under your control. Each Uruk has his strengths and weaknesses, like fear of fire or weakness to arrows, and you can find them out by interrogating worms, other Uruks that possess such knowledge.

Killing one of them does not always guarantee a success. If they get in a tough spot, Uruks might try to flee and learn from their encounter with you to counter your tactics. You are also in for a surprise once you realise you did not do your job properly, and a captain stitched himself up and is really, really angry with you in your next encounter. Their dialogue changes as well, depending on their past encounters with you or their activities when you ambush them.

The game is simply beautiful. The animations, the graphics, the lighting, the vegetation, everything. Detail is everywhere, from the scars in the captains' faces to the laces in Talion's armor. It's a wonder to look at, and certain known landmarks like the Black Gate inspire awe and a sense of greatness as you explore them.

On the downside, while meddling with the Uruk hierarchy will never bore you, some side quests will leave you bored out of your mind. The slave side-quests are always about rescuing 3 of them and gear-related quests are usually around stealth, long-range encounters or straight-up slaughter. It gets pretty dull quickly, and that's a big minus.

It's a game that's worth your time (and money). Its beauty combined with its unpredictable battles and fluid, intense battle system will keep you hooked and wanting for more, even if the story will not amaze you and tends to be forgotten quickly.

And remember boys, always chop off their heads, or else they WILL come back. Probably.





Unique Factor: Combat System:

OVERALL: 8.1/10
RED Floyd /(Weber)\
( 16.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 luglio
Shadow of Mordor combines the combat system of the Arkham franchise with the movement system of Assassins Creed, for this really wonderfully combination that just completely fluid, smooth.

That's literally it, if you know Assassins Creed and Arkham then you got this game.
( 34.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 luglio
I throughly enjoyed this game. The game play, powers, and how they tied it into the story lore from Lord of the Rings i found immersive.

I beat the game around 30 hours in. I probably could have done so faster, but he open world style of the game is both addictive and distracting.

This game does have alot of replayability and they reactions of the Orcs to your character add alot to the game. Definately recommend.
Father Time
( 23.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 24 luglio
Awesome game!!! The fact that you can control a low-level grunt and make him into the most powerful warlord is the best feeling. 5 out of 5 stars.
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6.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 4 luglio
gioco molto bello scleri quanto e tempo di farlo ed è un capolavoro il tempo ti vola e non te ne accorgi e ti tiene attaccato al monitor per farla breve non è solo che giochi ma ti prende proprio tu vuoi ammazzare gli orchi xd
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35.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 giugno
Thumbs up for the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor 2!
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21.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 giugno
GAMERS! Allow me to present you...

URUK-HAI: Gotta Brand Them All

The first part of the game you train yourself to handle all manners of Sauron's cronies with 3 distinct tools: Your sword, Your broken sword and Your bow. Wield these with master-stroke capabilities, you will be deemed the unbeatable pokem- I mean Uruk-Hai/Orcs/Caragors/All manner of wild untamed creatures master.

  • Sword: If you do not fancy sneaky-beaky procedure to dispatch a horde of these creatures, your chance to die will increased greatly, but there is where fun is. You, as a trainer are equipped with an array of head chopping, heart stabbing, gut spewing and many more abilities to counter their onslaught for your pink-skin guts. Do lots of combos and you will be rewarded with wide choices of insta-killing skills to satisfy your bloodlust.

  • Broken-sword: I know what you are thinking, "Why would I bring a broken weapon to a slaughterfest?". Well, you could still stab their craniums and slit their throats with it like a dagger, thats right a DAGGER! No dagger is as badass as a broken sword treated like a dagger! Oh look some Uruks having a cooking up some smores around their campfire, NOPE! Use your brutalize skill on one of the poor sod in front of their comrades and watch them drop their half-cooked marshmellows and flee in terror as you repeatedly stab him in each and every part of their vital organs.

  • Bow: So, trainer, you are the center of attention of a blood hungry horde and tired of some cowardly Uruks throwing spears at you and breaking your combo? Fret not, enter the Matrix and you will have a vision of everything that tries to kill you. With this you will be able to spot ranged cowards and dispatch them in slowww-motioooon. And what is that? The campfire is not burning hot enough for their marshmellows? Shoot the campfire and it will burn as bright as the sun and the Uruks will not need anymore heat for the rest of their living life.

"But what about this training creatures I heard?"

This is where the fun really gets funner. As you battle throughout the blooddrench lands, you will find yourself encountering Captains and Warchiefs(Tougher and deadlier than captains). These guys have varied strength and weaknesses for you to be aware of and to exploit. They control the horde groups around them as well. In the 2nd half part of the game, your wraith companion will allow you to brand them and bend to your will afterwards.

Brand the captains once you had weaken them in combat and you will see and help them rise through the ranks. Troublesome Warchief with a handful of captains of bodyguards? No problem, brand them and the warchief wont see 3 axes coming from behind them. Once the chief had been defeated, your pokem- damn it, branded captains will take their place as a warchief.

So what are you waiting for? RULE MIDDLE-EARTH, BRAND THEM ALL!
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64.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 luglio
OMFG... my life is almost complete.. Arkham Knight and Assassins Creed had a baby it would be called Shadow of mordor.. this is a must get for LOTR fans... if this ever gets a DLC for riding dragons.. i would never walk out of my room again i rate this game 9/10
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38.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 9 luglio
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor

-Genre: Hack'n Slash, RPG.
-Game Style: (none).
-Theme: Fantasy.
-Mode of view: Third Person.
-Singleplayer: Yes.
-Local multiplayer: No.
-Online multiplayer: No.
-Sandbox: Yes.
-New Game Plus: No.
-Level Selection: No.
-Leaderboards: Yes.
-Aproximated total duration: 30 hours.
-Aproximated campaign duration: 15 hours.
-Recommended age: +16.

-The nemesis system adds some interesting features to the game.
-Has many side quest that repeat themselves infinetly.
-The combat is good; you have to block, attack and dodge.
-It is very well optimized, it has almost no bugs and does not crash.
-Has some (not many) quests like hunting beasts or collecting plants.

-Its main campaign is very short, also are the dlcs.
-There are no friendly npcs in the entire map.
-The entire game consists about killing orcs.
-Enemies respawn extremely fast.

-There is no replay value after you beat it.
-Almost no animal variety.
-The maps are very small and are very generic.
-You cannot replay the main missions.
-The controls are not very accurate.
-The dlcs give you overpowered equipment.

Mark: 7,00.
Notes: (none).
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30.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 luglio
GOTY Review

Shadow of Mordor is a great game but enjoyable only for couple of hours. As I started it I had tons of fun, the world seemed huge and full of surprises. However, in no time, it became repetitive and I've lost my interest in it. I was eager to finish the game and all the achievements quickly and be done with it.

Story wasn't bad but it sure lacked something to keep the player immersed. I disliked that couple of characters seemed to be forced into the story and then ignored the rest of the game. Maybe that's just me..

Gameplay is extremely fun but not for long as I've mentioned above. Combat system is the best aspect of this game. It's similar to Assassin's Creed, Batman, and Mad Max which is a big plus. Talion/Celebrimbor wields a sword, a dagger and a bow, which can be enhanced with runes. They also possess different skills in both Human and Wraith modes. Abilities vary from branding beasts and riding them to flashy wraith's shockwave and teleporting assassinations.
Your main objective in this game is to kill Uruks, then kill some more and, finally, kill a Captain or a Warchief (Uruk too). This is a huge letdown since, if I'm not mistaken, you only get to fight like 3 other types of enemies and a few beasts (including DLCs).

● Open world.
● Brutal and wide combat system.
● Huge skill tree.
● Perfect stealth.
Nemesis system
● Decent graphics.
● Immersive music and voice acting.
● Runs good, has a sufficient amount of options and no noticeable bugs.
● Screenshot mode.
● Challenging trials.
● Nice additional content, especially The Bright Lord campaign.
● Has LOTR feel.
● Gollum.

● Weak and short story. Feels unfinished and includes forgettable supporting characters.
● Very repetitive gameplay.
● Not much variety in side activities.
● Fairly small map.
● Awful final boss fight.
● Enemies spawn almost instantly right before your eyes in the area you just cleared.
● Lack of different enemies (species).
● It's hard to hit a your wanted target (captain) with an execution in the middle of a huge battle as other uruks get in your way.

Summary: Buy it on sale or from third-party sellers. I grabbed it for ~4€ which is totally worth it.

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153 persone su 275 (56%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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14.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 luglio
Summary: OK, but heavily overrated. Buy if it's on sale so you can see what the nemesis system is all about. Suffers from boring main story, and being way, way too easy (with no difficulty settings!) Also, no mod scene. Basically, it's a light-weight murder rampage simulator that hasn't been adapted for the PC in any noticible way.


This game has been praised to the high heavens by the gaming press for what they did with the captain system (the nemesis system as they call it), where the leaders of Saurons orc army are randomly generated, and react in a dynamic fashion to your behavior. That part is actually quite novel. Unfortunately the rest of the game falls pretty flat. Yes, combat feels fun to start with. It's Assassins Creed/Batman but in Mordor. With Orcs! You still aren't that powerful right at the beginning, and now and then you actually need to run away from fights to save your life. As a result the first few hours were quite engaging. Unfortunately though it all starts to fall apart as you quickly become a walking killing machine. A lot of the game mechanics are about stealth. Sneaking here, sneaking there. But the orcs have terrible vision, making any tension drop away as you realise you will never be seen. And then later you give up even sneaking anyway because you can charge into a camp, slaughter 50 orcs, and walk out the other side with barely a scratch. Yes its fun taking out some of the orc captains. It's a laugh fighting dozens of foes at once and doing real damage, feeling strong. But it soon becomes repetetive as you realize that the AI is not up to the task. Meanwhile any captains you kill are soon replaced with new captains, the orcs you slay replaced with new orcs, and the slaves you free replaced with new slaves. The landscape doesn't really adjust, and the world doesn't really react. It's actually quite easy and static.

This game will entertain you pretty handily for the first five or six hours. Enough so that you probably wont regret buying it on sale. But I wouldn't recommend paying full price for it.

I can't help but get the impression that people enjoy it so much because it is actually very violent (but still manages to get a pass because orcs are evil, and their blood is black.) That's fine and dandy. The problem is mistaking the enjoyment you derive from your rampage for good game design. There actually isn't much of that to see here, unfortunately.
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6.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 luglio
This game, too me, lacks a certain emotion. The game doesn't really have an incredible story where you connect with your heroes and foes. The combat is amazing and the graphics are stunning for such an easy game to run, but the story still leaves a whole were something should be filled. The bosses you have to defeat and easy and are not given any real background or story. The game might as well just be saying "Go kill something!" because you have no real idea why you are killing them. The free roam is boring, everywhere looks the same, dull, the same colour and is a camp for your foes. I'm suprised people have said this game is like 'Assasins Creed' when in reality, the only this similar is the parkour. Assassins Creed has an incredible story with amazing characters and an atmospheric feel, everything this game lacks. I would name this game as more of a 'Hack and Slash' game than anything else.
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25.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 11 luglio
I just love how you can trigger orcs in this in such satisfying ways. Like sometimes you'll just need to kick their grunts' asses, other times you'll need to "release the hounds", and there are those times when you'll need to explode 5 bonfires to burn their men to bring out the orc chief because half his face is burned out and it really triggers him when you burn his men. Anyways this is a really great game, by far the best Assassin's Creed game I ever played but its set in LOTR world but it also has the combat mechanics of arkham, solid just solid /10
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28.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 giugno
Some of the better (if not the best) video games featured within Tolkien's legendarium are surprisingly the ones which take an auxiliary part during the timeline of the LOTR trilogy. Shadow of Mordor is no exception. It boasts an impressive map (divided in two zones), filled with details and areas to explore. The size of the map may not be as large as other open-world video games, but the excellent combat system which can be sprinkled with stealth sections, totally makes up for it. This is not a game that gets boring after the first few hours and I'm sure that along with it's DLC, it is worth buying it. Middle-earth Shadow of Mordor manages to fill the gap between The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, while providing a fun game even for new Tolkien fans, as it features plenty of lore of it's own and a natural difficulty scale. It goes without saying that it is a gorgeous game at maxed-out detailling, though you will need a powerful system and 6GBs of VRAM for the best textures. It fully deserves the Game of the Year awards it has received from several publications.
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