Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle Earth II
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review of bfme2
7 February 2013
Summary: This game is lots of fun especially when modded :-). All the characters are there at your godly fingertips as you scroll about the map thinking of how to make your next attack as epic as the trilogy itself.
Summary: Very lore-accurate. Slightly unbalanced playable factions. Create-a-Hero is fun, even if it's a bit too dry and simple. Will run smoothly on most systems. For their time, the graphics in this game were pure eye candy. Beautiful visuals.
Summary: Hello all, Just wanted to comment about this game. first of all it will run on windows 7. You will have to make some changes however if you have a big screen. Another thing is that you have to have the battle for Middle earth2 to play it.
Summary: I received the product in a timely fashion. I expected a little difficulty installing and playing, but knew someone who was able to add the script to allow Windows 7 to play it. 15 minutes later I was in. Great game for the price.
Summary: I can't believe the original BFME is on Amazon for almost [...]--I bought mine at on sale in a store for about 10! So I searched around and found this was still pretty cheap. Game Overall: It's lost some of it's luster from the first one because A)You aren't fighting battles from the movies B)Only...
A worthy expansion, but not worth what they are charging
23 June 2009
Summary: This is a decent expansion pack for BFME2. ROTWK takes place long before the events of the film, and detail the fall of Arnor (via the army of Angmar) over 1000 years before the Ring was even thought of. The most obvious additions are the new faction, Angmar, and a campaign that revolves around it.
A slightly more fleshed-out version of the original
16 April 2009
Summary: I'm writing this review from the point of view of a casual gamer who only plays against the computer; I like being able to quit a game whenever I feel like it. So, obviously, I'll only be commenting on the single-player modes.
Summary: The quality and style are all equalled by Battle for Middle Earth II. The Witch King provides additional characters without change in style and game play. I still give top marks to EA for this game and it's previous version. My review of LOTR II applies to this game as well. Enjoy!
Summary: Excellent Real-time strategy game. Relatively easy to get started and it keeps you interested for hours. I needed to progress save all my games as the enemy would often destroy me. An early attack works well depending on the type chosen to play.