Summary: good MOBA, notice this is only a game voucher, not a disc game. must have conection (good one) to internet. Has a 20 guardians (heroes) you can play, im expecting more and a varity of powers. Like always you have to BUY another guardians (like saruman).
Summary: The game was alright. A fun way to waste some time at least however in my location it was very difficult to play with other people online. Either to few online or to spread out so there was a bad connection. Otherwise it was alright. I also would have enjoyed it more if they would have made it so you had more upgrading options for towers and soldiers etc.
Summary: Guardians of Middle-earth does a fantastic job of bringing the MOBA experience to a console. The XBox 360 version plays flawlessly, though it takes some getting used to, using a controller instead of the keyboard and mouse to play this game. Pretty standard fare for anyone who has played League of Legends, but a few twists make it extremeley enjoyable, especially if you are a fan of Tolkien's work or simply enjoy Peter Jackson's cinematic take.
Summary: Finally the MOBA's arrive on consoles and for those wondering what a MOBA is it's a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. this style of play has been popular on pc for a number of years now with games like League of Legends dominating the market, so making one for console was a great idea. another great idea they implemented is no microtransactions like the pc counterparts have.most pc MOBA's usually charge real cash for characters, items etc.
Summary: If you are like me and enjoy the concept of MOBAs but found the PC community of the more popular ones to be unwelcoming, ultimately dampening your experience; This is the game for you. Guardians of Middle Earth can be as hardcore or as casual as you want it to be and offers skirmish battles to train up before heading online.