great art direction.
Yeah it was basically Battlefront with a LotR skin. If I remember correctly the servers were shut down not too many years after it launched.that was the Battlefront engine title right? felt basically a SW Battlefront spinoff, at least from playing the demo back then I got that feeling.
jesus...how did they think of making this? how did they not see how shitty it looked once they finished their first level.
No...but folks expect Shadows of War 3: Gollum Takes Manhattan when a new LotR property gets announced.AM I the only one who thinks it looks decent?
Just found out this game is using Unreal Engine
I didn't know you can make a Unreal Engine game look bad but by god they did it
Great point maybe they ran out of budget cause it developed by Daedalic Entertainment and published by NaconDude the art direction is atrocious. There is no consistency in colors whatsoever. I am really curious sometimes how do some devs have these weekly or monthly meetings and no one points out how awful something is. I don't get it....
Bad art direction will make the game look awful no matter how good of an engine you are using.
Thats exactly the reason I chase games like this. For one brief moment before the disappointment fully sets in, anything seems possible. What do you even do in Gollum? Exactly.What do you even do in this game besides sneaking around? There can't be a combat system. That would be ridiculous. So is it just puzzles? What is the gameplay? How is this a 8-10 hour game?
Great point maybe they ran out of budget cause it developed by Daedalic Entertainment and published by Nacon
So not really AAA quality or budget wise oh well
When the boss has a stupid idea but no one has the balls to tell it in his face and they work just to work, knowingly that what they do is total disasterjesus...how did they think of making this? how did they not see how shitty it looked once they finished their first level.
The Third Age was a pretty fun FFX rip off. The two Battle for Middle Earth games were great.Sunk cost fallacy.
Seriously though, I have no clue how the Lord of the Rings license has suffered so much when it comes to game adaptations. The last good games were the movie tie ins for the second and third game a long ass time ago (on PS2/GC/Xbox). Shadow of Mordor was garbage, and I'm sure Shadow of War was too (didn't play it, since the first game was extremely repetitive and had awful level design).