Reviews and Problems with LEGO The Lord Of The Rings
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A Fantastic Game
rob c, Amazon
9 April 2015
Summary: First, let me make it clear that I am in NO WAY any sort of expert or even basic gammer. The only types of video games I have ever played have been lego games, and even those very few. They give a fun experience that someone who is not very good at video games (like me) can laugh along to and 100%.
Summary: First off, you should know that my husband and I are casual video gamers so we are VERY selective about the games we purchase and play. In general, we like games that do not take themselves too seriously, have clear goals or steps to follow, include puzzles that require some thought but are not...
Summary: My kids love the Lego Pirates of the Caribbean and enjoyed this one just as much. It is great that they got the voice acting on this one because it would've been nice on the Pirates game. It is pretty much what you except from a Legos game. The only real issue I have with it is the loading times.
Summary: I actually got this as a present for my mother, and have only played it sparingly myself. That said, she loves it and even with how little I've played it I can say I do too. I adored LEGO Star Wars when it first came out and LEGO Lord of the Rings blows it out of the water simply by the sheer size...
Summary: The game is a straight up port from DS. It looks bad and runs bad. There is not free roam. I don't understand why developers complain that the Vita isn't selling well enough to warrant making decent ports if they are the reason people aren't buying it!
Summary: It's a great game with many levels and tons of quests in the open world area. I would recommend it but there are a few things that made it more difficult to play than the Hobbit game. For instance when 2 people are playing you can't call up the map without disturbing the other player.
Summary: They play this every time they get a chance. All of the Lego games are good and enjoyable, but this one is especially good. My boys are 6-11 years old. It is challenging for all of them, but the littlest one can play with only a little help from his brothers.