If you've ever wanted to explore the story of Gollum deeper, then The Lord of The Rings: Gollum will give you that chance. Players will have the ability to play as the iconic Lord of The Rings
A Year of Rain is an RTS emphasizing teamwork and strategy. You must build a base, defend it from invaders, and use your hero units to crush the opposition.
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The Lord of the Rings is a pretty immensely popular property in the world of video games. Back in the day, the PS2 era got a whole bunch of movie tie-in games, some of which were pretty excellent, as
J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings franchise features countless intriguing characters and immense stories among its diverse cast. Gollum is no doubt one of the most recognizable and iconic characters
Daedalic Entertainment has had its valuation slashed by €12–€14 million, reducing their profit forecasts and putting the future of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum developer into question.
Daedalic Entertainment and Nacon are teaming up to co-publish The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, a hotly-anticipated original adventure set in an iconic fantasy universe — but it won't come out in 2021
After months of waiting, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum release date has been locked in for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch: you'll be able to get your hands on this upcoming game in late
A long time ago I played Warcraft III, an RTS that really made me love the genre even further. Yet then the series moved into MMOs and left the world of RTS behind. We need a replacement. Thankfully
Daedalic Entertainment has announced the A Year Of Rain release date for the upcoming PC fantasy RTS. It'll launch in Steam Early Access in November.
A Year Of Rain is designed to be a mixture
Yesterday the developers of upcoming RTS A Year of Rain, which launched on to Early Access last month, have announced that the game isn't quite selling at the level they hoped and that they are going
Indie real-time strategy game A Year of Rain has put their development on hold for the foreseeable future, likely signaling the end of development.
The bad news was revealed in an announcement on