I'll skip it. It was fun for a out 4 hours and got horrendously repetitive. I ended up skipping all optional content just to finish it within 15 hours. My biggest gripe is that they really need to make the sequel difficult. After you figure out the combos and get a few skills, you become invincible.
I loved Mordor. The game wasn't without faults but I just loved going through the big open area to kill orcs, make enemies, put my own pawns in charge and help them raise in power and plan a big all out fight etc.
Goes without saying then that I'm looking forward to the sequel.
The Nemesis System has a TON of potential if they push the concept and decouple the advancement of enemies from player death. Let the system run autonomously in the background at all times, and you have a pretty damn great war of armies where the throne is constantly shifting.
Really hope they spend some time improving it. The original was one of the most disappointing and overrated games I played - after all the praise it got, it turned out to be completely unfun.
Wandering round a brown wasteland murdering millions of orcs who can't kill you even if you just flail at your keyboard was not great. The nemeiss system had promise but if you didn't die to the orcs in the first place it just became a rotating slideshow of different names to butcher.