Summary: I have had many enjoyable hours playing this game. The settings for the action are true to the film and provide an interesting backdrop for the play. Of course, I am a die-hard Lord of the Rings fan, so this influences my thoughts about the game.
Summary: The game is pretty fun, it doesn't really run well on my laptop but on the family one it runs like a charm. The graphics are pretty amazing and the gameplay is addictive, much like SW: Battlefront. 4/5
Summary: I think the graphics are beatiful; it's pretty intense playing, beacuse it immerses you in chaotic battles, which makes it quite realistic and thrilling. I only play campaigns. My major critique is that you're not able to save your game during a mission in the campaign.
Summary: I was horribly disappointed by this game. The gameplay is choppy. The flow of goals and checkpoints within each level is boring. Some features are buggy - for example, during the training mission it asks me to choose if I'd like to become a hero using a mouse option interface, but the mouse is still...
David Ferry "Do not interfere in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup", Amazon
26 November 2010
Summary: SECUROM AND NO CHEATS AVAILABLE! I bought this game just so I could add it to my collection of LOTR games. I am an avid LOTR gamer and hoped that it would be worth the $10 I spent on it. No matter if you ignore every bad thing said about this game or not, it's not worth spending a single buck on it.
Summary: This game seems to be inspired in the EA's "The Return of the King". It adds the Star Wars Battlefront modality of having multiple characters infinitely respawnable. Even though, the creatures seem boringly the same throughout the different armies... not much to choose there.
Summary: started playing the game and it was terrible might just be using windows 7 but it lagged constantly and just the game play itself was boring. i not picky wen it comes to most games but this one was horrible