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Overview

Monolith Productions (Monolith) is a developer based in Kirkland, Washington, founded by Jason Hall and a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Monolith internally developed the LithTech engine, which has since been used to power the majority of their games. Monolith also published many games between 1997 and 1999, with some games being developed internally and others by third party developers.

Some of Monolith’s recent hits include the F.E.A.R. and Condemned series. They are also known for the No One Lives Forever series, as well as the controversial Blood series.

Monolith also created the game Shogo: Mobile Armor Division. The main theme for Shogo, "Negai (Wish)" by Nemoto Miho, can be found playing on one of the radios in the original F.E.A.R.

Monolith Productions also published other developers' games, including Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator.

Games

TitlePublisherRelease Year
BloodGT Interactive1997
ClawMonolith Productions1997
Blood: Plasma PakGT Interactive1997
Get MedievalMonolith Productions1998
Shogo: Mobile Armor DivisionMonolith Productions1998
Blood II: The ChosenGT Interactive1998
GruntzMonolith Productions1999
Blood II: The Chosen - The Nightmare LevelsGT Interactive1999
Sanity: Aiken's ArtifactFox Interactive2000
The Operative: No One Lives ForeverSierra / Fox Interactive2000
Aliens Versus Predator 2Sierra / Fox Interactive2001
No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.'s WaySierra / Fox Interactive2002
Tron 2.0Buena Vista Interactive2003
Contract J.A.C.K.Sierra2003
The Matrix OnlineSega / WB Games2005
F.E.A.R.: First Encounter Assault ReconSierra2005
Condemned: Criminal OriginsSega2005
F.E.A.R. CombatSierra2006
Condemned 2: BloodshotSega2008
F.E.A.R. 2: Project OriginWB Games2009
F.E.A.R. 2: RebornWB Games2009
Gotham City ImpostorsWB Games2012
Guardians of Middle-EarthWB Games2012

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