- 1 Lord of the Rings Gets another chance at MMO glory, this time from Amazon
- 2 Some changes are made to the Nintendo switch and we do not want to just say Switch Lite
- 3 Copper Go to the Netflix TV show
- 4 Recommendation of the week: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, from Monolith Productions on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
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Lord of the Rings Gets another chance at MMO glory, this time from Amazon
Lord of the Rings has a great complicated history in video games. Famous, he had a major foray into the massively multiplayer world with The Lord of the Rings Online, a game that was launched in 2007 and remains one of the cults to date for its detailed and expansive approach to life in Middle-earth.
This game was not a success, however, and a new game comes to delight him the glory he has never achieved. Amazon Game Studios is developing a massively multiplayer online game in collaboration with Leyou Technologies which would have be free to play and available for PC and consoles. You may remember, Amazon is currently developing a Lord of the Rings TV show, but according to reports, both efforts will not be connected. The title could be a bit better than the previous game, although Amazon developers have been working on MMOs ranging from EverQuest at World of Warcraft. It's in good hands.
Some changes are made to the Nintendo switch and we do not want to just say Switch Lite
This week we had the major (but not unexpected) announcement of a new lightweight and upcoming Nintendo Switch model this fall. The model includes permanently attached JoyCons and a smaller screen, but no TV dock, making it a cozy little baby in the budding Nintendo Switch family.
This is not the only change coming for the switch, though. The edge reports that Nintendo has made filings with the FCC to modify the internal components of the base model console, specifically the system-on-a-chip, the NAND memory type, and the CPU board. Changing these core components does not necessarily mean that the performance or capabilities of the system will change in any way. You can simply switch to less expensive components or avoid the inherent design issues of the original hardware. Whatever it is, it means that the switch might be slightly different from the original, which is probably a good thing.
Copper Go to the Netflix TV show
Netflix turns Copper, video game on old cartoons, in a new cartoon. Reasonable The spoon show, currently in production, will channel the tributes of the game to the animation of the 30s Fleischer likely to tell violent stories and zany about a sensitive cut and its struggles with the world around him. It's a hard thing to do, though; as writer Yussef Cole You have arranged with eleganceFleischer period art was often inspired by images and tropes found in previous minnow shows, and Netflix will have to work hard not to fall into the trap of repeating the same mistakes of this time without understanding the context of his actions. We will see when the series will begin if it succeeds in threading this needle.
Recommendation of the week: Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, from Monolith Productions on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Let's continue with Tolkien's theme and recommend one of the strangest, strangest adaptations ever made for video games and Middle-earth. Edgy, violent and absolutely un-canon, this brilliantly designed third-person action game defines you as a supernatural invader confronting Sauron before the events of the Lord of the Rings, trying to avenge and overthrow the Dark Lord before he can cause bigger problems. The game is known for its Nemesis system, where a mechanic of the game creates custom orcs to fight, with improvised intrigues improvised with the game's algorithms between you and your orc enemies. It was innovative and fascinating, and we have not seen anything like it since.
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