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  • Summary: In Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, gamers saw Celebrimbor’s memories of being dragged back to Mordor, forging the Rings of Power, stealing the One Ring itself, and organizing an army to battle his greatest Nemesis, the Dark Lord Sauron. Players now have the chance to play these epic events,In Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, gamers saw Celebrimbor’s memories of being dragged back to Mordor, forging the Rings of Power, stealing the One Ring itself, and organizing an army to battle his greatest Nemesis, the Dark Lord Sauron. Players now have the chance to play these epic events, wield this power for themselves and learn the fate of Celebrimbor, the greatest Elven king of the Second Age and the Bright Lord of Mordor — thousands of years before he became the Wraith that denied Talion death. [Monolith] Expand

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  1. Mar 9, 2015
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    The idea of letting us play the legendary Celebrimbor was a great one, that probably deserved a better treatment (maybe even a complete game), rather than a flimsy and pretty short DLC.
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  1. Mar 14, 2017
    5
    Un dlc que explica un poco más sobre la historia (centrado principalmente en el Celebrimbor que nos presenta esta entrega) del mundo que nosUn dlc que explica un poco más sobre la historia (centrado principalmente en el Celebrimbor que nos presenta esta entrega) del mundo que nos expone el juego base.

    Añade opciones de controlar Uruks armando un ejercito propio. "Conquistar" y Mordor con esta opción.

    Es entretenido (aunque corto, rondando 2 horas) pero se puede palpar como este es el predecesor de la nueva entrega (Sombras de guerra), ya que contiene varias de las ideas que parecen encontrarse en esa.

    Recomendado para los que quieren saber un poco más de la historia y a los que les gusto el juego base.
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