Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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A good game and follows the movie well.
25 August 2012
Summary: The game wasn't in the best condition but i can live with that. I think the game does follow the movie's fellowship of the ring and the two towers well. But there are a few bad things about this game. I will start of with the good points: I like the games style of get points by getting good kills so you can buy cool new moves. The ability to play as either Aragon, Legolas or Gimli. Good, clear game objectives.
Summary: I read the reviews for Two Towers and so didn't have particularly high expectations for it - but i was pleasantly surprised to find that actually... It's quite good! The beginning of each section features an actual clip from the Fellowship or Two Towers movie (not CGI but a real movie clip) and the majority of the voice overs are the actual actors.
Summary: This eagerly awaited game for the Gamecube has hit the shelves a few weeks back with huge success. Although this game has been released on the popular PS2 and X-Box gaming consoles this games true success has come from all those Gamecube owners out there. Based upon the box office smash hit "The Lord Of The Rings - The Two Towers" this game has stayed true to it's movie and literary roots with each level being based upon an event in the first or second movie.
LOTR Two Towers will it live up to the outstanding film???
Mista Mista, amazon.co.uk
18 February 2003
Summary: It has been said before, time after time that film-licence games disappoint.....HOWEVER....with the most lucrative of licences, EA has managed to conjure up a pretty solid title that will keep the fans happy. Looking at the screenplay for this game it is obvious that it is a very good-looking game. It may appear to be a RPG style game, but with lots of thinking and drawn-out fights involved, but you'll be pleased to hear this isn't the case.
Conclusion: Die zwei Türme ist ein gutes Spiel, dass jedoch durch einige prägnante Fehler stark an Güte abnimmt. Das Spiel ist zu kurz (ca. 4-5 Stunden), das Gameplay ist repetitiv und es fehlt ein Ko-op Modus. Mit einem Multiplayermodus wäre das Spiel sehr viel besser gewesen, aber so bleibt dieses Spiel nichts weiter als eine gute Lizenzversoftung.