The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor are being developed by Naughty Bear studio Behaviour Interactive, according to the latest issue of Game Informer.
odd,especially because the game doesnt look like something that couldnt be done on ps360. well maybe its that unique enemy system.hope they dont cut of essential features for those getting it on last gen(remember ps2 force unleashed anyone?) regardles ,the game looks great
The nemesis system will be severely compromised for the old gen because the monolith is focusing on next-gen. The memory required for the depth and variation is clearly beyond the capabilities of the 7th gen, and is almost exclusively done for PS4/X1/PC. http://ca.ign.com/articles/...
Why waste time making it for last gen then, instead of beefing up the graphics and releasing it for next gen only?
Behavior interactive first game!?
And it will suck. Like basically every single game this studio has worked on, although it used to be done under the A2M name. I'll just play the game like it was meant to be played, on next gen consoles or on PC.
So, in other words.. terrible port incoming?
i guess i won't play it on 360 , the main attraction is the nemisis system and if it don't work on last gen as the current then the game will be like normal hack n slash ill get a next gen at the end of the year , and the would be cheaper too :D
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