The Magic Moving Game Box with Matt - Shadow of War & Wolfenstein 2

The new Lord of the Rings game Shadow of War is an amazingly fun and beautiful game that you can play for hours and not even realize it. I have put in at least 50 hours so far and don't believe I am even close to being done.

The game features a nemesis system that is outstanding and full of surprises. You can kill a captain of the orc army only for him to be resurrected and come back as more machine than orc. Resurrected enemies will hunt you down unmercifully and are much harder to kill, but killing them again will provide you much better item drops when you slay them. I once had an orc resurrected 5 times who was basically a robot orc with a flamethrower on the final go around. I give Shadow of War a 9 out of 10 and highly recommend playing this gem.

Recently, I also completed Wolfenstein 2 the New Colossus. Picking up where the first Wolfenstein left off you resume the role of BJ Blazkovitz and go after the Nazi war machine that has taken over the USA in this alternative take of post WW2.

If you have ever played a first person shooter, you know what to expect from this game. While this game has an engaging story, I was disappointed with the rather short amount of gameplay, which clocked in at a rather scant 10 hours. Be aware, this game does not include online multiplayer to beef up value.

Overall, though I would give Wolfenstein 2 a 7 out of 10.


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