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 tied to my character view so I can't click on a choice but instead now have a permanent sticker with "YES NO" on the camera view.
David Ferry "Do not interfere in the affairs ..., 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. Sure it's fun to play but once you beat the Good Campaign, it's practically impossible to get past the first level of the Evil campaign. Plus there are NO CHEATS AT ALL!
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: My wife got me this game. (I am using her account)... I have been an active gamer for 20 years+ After playing the game for a while I am not overly impressed with it. As far as the game you get to play from 4 different types. You will fight all the baddies in LOTR ect ect..., however the one thing I cannot get past is the DRM/Securom... I do not like companies that insist I must be online and broadcast to them even when I am not playing an EA game...
GAMING IS STILL CROSSING THE DARK MINES OF MOIRA...
8 May 2009
Summary: "One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them." Well, it sure is more honest than... "Challenge Everything". Darkness still spreads on the land of gaming. The number of games that get ruined by the bundled DRM schemes keeps growing. LoR:CONQUEST is just another edition.
Summary: Since Lord of the Rings first hit the silver screen as epic, three-part blockbuster, EA Games has been attempting to give gamers the opportunity to relive the story from both main character, commander, and now everyday Joe points of view. And who wouldn't want to jump into the action, kill some orcs, and avoid getting smashed by ginormous oliphants?