Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers review (GBA)
15 April 2003
Excerpt: , the number of levels and the fact that there are five different characters make this an extremely impressive title for a portable system. Yet at the same time, the levels often seem empty and needlessly long.
Excerpt: The Game Boy Advance has a huge amount of potential stored within that tiny case, and it appears that Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers , has unleashed that potential in full. With vibrant graphics, action-filled gaming, and even RPG elements, LOTR is a game that isn't that easy to put down. When you first start a game, you have the choice of five characters.
Excerpt: Popping the Two Towers cart into your GBA and youâ€™re almost instantly shown a myriad of actual clips from the film. Nothing that hasnâ€™t been shown in trailers. Just enough to get the message across that, after the last batch of lackluster Lord of The Rings games, modern fans of the films are finally getting what they want... a full movie license.