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Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle-earth

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Overall 9
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Graphics 8
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Sound 10
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LEGO The Lord of the Rings Review

Cheat Code Central
20 November 2012
Overall 9
8.7

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth

Strategy Informer
5 March 2007
  • Conclusion: Those that liked the movies and are looking for a way to be a part of Middle-earth will find it to be a worthy choice for the collection. Even those who don’t have RTS in their hearts. It certainly caught me deeply and I can recommend it without a doubt. Lovers of Sauron will certainly enjoy their chance to stomp a hobbit or two.
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Overall 9
8.5
Gameplay 10
10

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth

Gameguru Mania
6 January 2007
  • Excerpt: Built on EA's Command Conquer: Generals engine, The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle Earth (BME) is a real-time strategy game set in the world of the Peter Jackson trilogy, based on the novels by J.R.R. Tolkien. The story for Battle for Middle Earth covers the three films and includes all the familiar characters who are available as hero units.
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Overall 9
8.6

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth

The Gamers Temple
11 December 2006
  • Excerpt: I must begin this review with a confession: I love The Lord of the Rings. I’ve read the books several times and have seen the movies in their full extended edition glory even more times. I think that Tolkien created a fascinating world and that Peter Jackson did an excellent job of the very difficult task of bring the story to film. This means that I approached The Battle for Middle-earth (BFME) with a somewhat more critical eye than for other games.
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Lord of the Rings, The Battle For Middle-Earth II Review

VideoGamer.com
18 October 2006
  • Excerpt: Yep, just when you thought Lord of the Rings fever had died off completely, a sequel to Battle for Middle-Earth arrives. It's a sequel that at first glance seems to make little sense, considering the solid, but unspectacular, nature of the first game. However, on hearing the news that EA had purchased the rights to Tolkien's books, and that the game world was to be opened up to include all the wonders of Middle-Earth, I found myself interested again; even if the thought...
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Excellent and addictive.

Common Sense Media
12 September 2006
  • Summary: Parents need to know that this is a battle game but it's about strategy more than anything else. Yes, it's all fighting but as T games go, this one is less bothersome than many -- no blood, no close-ups. It's easy enough for inexperienced kids to get hooked, yet it becomes quite challenging tand keeps kids playing. This game has an online option; Common Sense Media does not recommend online play for anyone under 12.
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Expert Review

Kidzworld
19 July 2006

Expert Review

teamps2.com
18 September 2005
  • Excerpt: Graphics & Sound: Howard Shore's award-winning score underscores fantastic visuals that match those seen in Peter Jackson’s trilogy. Each area is full of little details, giving the entire game a life that is rarely seen in games. Even when running the game on lower settings, characters are still easily identifiable and match what is seen in the movies.
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Overall 8
7.9

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth

Deaf Gamers
12 September 2005
  • Conclusion: The Battle for Middle-Earth is a superb example what can be done with a movie licence. It's very disappointing the game isn't subtitled though. Some of the dull campaign missions and the lacklustre skirmish mode also take some of the shine off the game.
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Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth

GameClubCentral
5 August 2005
  • Conclusion: As mentioned above the heroes and powers are part of what make this game really shine, but they also really unbalance multiplayer games, making all strategy other than get the hero out as quickly as possible obsolete. Finally, the multiplayer and skirmish maps are sorely lacking the two main siege maps, Minas Tirith and Helm’s Deep, denying fans a chance to play these missions against other humans. This is a disappointing choice on the part of EA.
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