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Monolith Productions is going through a tough time right now. No, not financially or critically. Their game Shadow of Mordor did quite well. The troubles they're experiencing right now deals with one of their own staff being ill from glioblastoma, a rare cancer that creates brain tumors.
Things are getting hotter and heavier on the story side of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's critically acclaimed RPG, with the latest bit of DLC bringing a highly awaited sub-plot to life that was heavily hinted at in the main game.
One of the most underrated game franchises that never quite took off from seventh gen was Condemned. It was Sega's foray into first-person survival horror and the franchise helped kick-start a lot of popularity for the Xbox 360 and its early IPs. Well, Condemned 3 could definitely happen and there's a lot more hope for it happening than you might have originally imagined.
Monolith Productions and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced today that their action-RPG for the old-school consoles the new-school consoles and PC has received a new release date – one week earlier than planned – of September 30th, along with getting an official story trailer.
Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions sent out a fresh batch of screenshots of concept art for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. The images make it clear that this is intended to be darker than The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug. There are no foppish halflings or clumsy dwarves to be found here.
F.E.A.R. developer Monolith Productions has announced that they're making a new open-world action game called Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. Shadow is a brand-new story set between the events of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.
Back in 2000, Monolith Productions released a humorous, first-person shooter called No One Lives Forever. Though the game was well-reviewed, it's never been re-released through Good Old Games or other digital stores. So, what's the holdup?
The planned remake of retro shooter Blood will not be happening after all. Monolith Productions founder Jace Hall revealed this week that Atari, the company that owns the rights to the game, has declined to continue the project.
Monolith Productions has updated their action strategy game Guardians Of Middle-Earth with downloadable content inspired by The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The new DLC allows you to play as Bilbo Baggins or Bert the Troll.
Two additional characters from Guardians Of Middle-Earth were profiled by Warner Bros. today. Eowyn the shieldmaiden and Mozgog the warrior are both durable, melee-oriented fighters but that's about where their similarities end.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is showing off two more characters from strategy game Guardians Of Middle-Earth. Galadriel and Ugluk each help their team achieve victory in very different ways.
Monolith Productions founder Jason "Jace" Hall wants to revive one of the studio's oldest games, the first-person shooter Blood. He's hoping to create a new and improved version that will be available on multiple platforms.
Monolith Productions has released a new update for its superhero spin-off Gotham City Impostors. It adds a variety of new content with the update available on the PS3 and Xbox 360 for free.
Today console gamers can try out the Batman multiplayer shooter Gotham City Impostors. A public beta is now live on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have released a Gotham City Impostors trailer showing off the arsenal at players' disposal in the game. They also announced some news about the game's beta testing.