Shadowraith of Mordor
Warner and Monolith have been doing a good job of giving us just enough information to whip us up into a frenzy of anticipation, for Shadow of Mordor, without over saturating us to the point where it becomes tiresome. But one thing that has been under-exposed is Talion's, ahem, guest. The wraith that imbues him with his both in and out of gameplay explanations for why he can do all the crazy stuff he can do. You know, an actual, in canon, justifiable and believable reason why he can see through walls, for example. So today, allow us to rectify that aye?
Honestly, it isn't showing us anything particularly new, for the game at least. But it does add some context to both why, and how, Talion can do what he does. As well as showing the more dramatic results of his tender, or often not so tender, ministrations. Such as turning not only one, but an entire legion of his foes into his willing servants. Making confrontations even more ludicrously one-sided than they were to begin with. Seriously, if the Nemesis System is even a tenth as good as we're being lead to believe, this is going to be a gamechanger.