Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: Conquest
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The Lord of the Rings: Conquest PS3 Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: Star Wars: Battlefront was a well regarded series of online focussed games, which were praised for their use of the licence. The Lord of the Rings: Conquest uses the foundations set out by Pandemic’s own game to make a similar title based around a similarly lucrative and enduring universe.
Pandemic's Latest Multiplayer Game Loses the Focus
22 September 2009
Conclusion: Concept: Star Wars: Battlefront meets The Lord of the Rings, only to show us that ewoks and hobbits shouldn't wear the same cloaks
Graphics: The dreary, foreboding look of Peter Jackson's films is captured within the environments.
Excerpt: Do you remember that bit in the Lord of the Rings trilogy when Gandalf's twin brother turned up to help electrocute the orcs outside the Black Gate? Or how about the scene where a small army of elves marched off a ledge to meet their fiery deaths in the Mines of Moria?
Conclusion: Conquest is proficient enough in delivering a solid bout of fantasy hack and slash, but there’s very little in the way of substance or depth. So, while Conquest is not exactly preciousssss, neither is it bad enough to warrant being cast into the fiery pits of Mordor.
Excerpt: When you look at the concept behind Lord of the Rings: Conquest - a merging of Battlefront -style gameplay and the Lord of the Rings license - it seems like a no-brainer, grand slam. However, when you play it, the merger doesn't seem quite as smooth.
Summary: The legacy of developer Pandemic's Star Wars Battlefront history comes through in Conquest. The different playable classes used in conjunction with the maps' spawn points is a welcome feature, allowing you to mix up your attack strategies mid-battle by using different characters.
Excerpt: Coming from Pandemic Studios, the development team best known for the Star Wars: Battlefront series, itself an augmented knock-off of EA's Battlefield series, Lord of the Rings: Conquest begs the question: are you a copycat if you copy your own cat?
Excerpt: In a partnership with New Line Cinema, The Lord of the Rings: Conquest is an action-packed game created by the same Pandemic Studios team behind the best-selling Star Wars Battlefront and Star Wars Battlefront II titles. Set in J.R.R.