Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: Conquest
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You Can beat it in a day
swadez , GameStop
8 June 2012
Summary: Okay its fun, graphics pretty good, true to the LOTR story line...downfall, I'm a casual gamer and I beat it in a day. Nothing superspecial to this game that would bring me back to it, thats why its already resold.
Summary: This game consists of a list with various small little quests. They do not tie into one another either. The theme stays consistent with the main battles and scenarios depicted from the Trilogy series, but it does not add anything special to attract game-players. The only cool thing about this game was the fact that you play half the quests from the hero perspective and the other half from the villian perspective. The dialogue and cut-scenes are very weak.
Summary: Basically this is one of the worst games I've ever played and THE worst LOTR game. While it is fun to play coop that is mostly because your with a friend and it's easier and more fun that way. By yourself you must deal with the horrible voice over, wonky gameplay and all the awesome finicky combat exploits such as NPC's always blocking, having to do the block breaker every 4 seconds, getting knocked down every 4 seconds and not to mention some subtle things that will...
Summary: Not a bad game, but not great either. Graphics are amazing, the gameplay just attempts similarity to other games of this kind, such as Dynasty Warriors, but falls extremely short. The game is terribly difficult even on normal setting, and unfortunately while there are several different character you can use, only one (the Knight) has universal usage and is durable enough to survive the hordes of things attacking you at once.
Summary: I give this game a 6 because I liked playing it on skirmish mode, and the graphics were good as well as the controls. I didn't like how it took me like 5 hours for beat the story mode and it didn't seem 2b an online play game 2 me. It also, to me, looks like a Lord of the Rings version of Star Wars Battlefront.
Summary: The Lord of the Rings Conquest is a game based on the epic battles of the Lord of the Rings movies. Sound familiar? Yes, yes it does. That is because the exact same developer made Star Wars Battlefront, based on the exact same idea, except based on Star Wars. The game really is identical, with class selection, battlefields from the movies, heroes, and even "vehicles.
Summary: The game is really cool, and I've loved Lord of the Rings ever since the movies came out, my little brother and sister and I were really into it, so it's nice to see a game that revives it. The problem is, online on the XBOX 360, you only get 16 players, but the levels are huge, so you'd need way more players to make it fun.
Lord of the Rings: Conquest (PS3): If you LOVE 'Lord of the Rings', you will *probably* like it ...
14 January 2010
Summary: For the mini-masochist who prefers to convert his or her nature into the 3D virtual digital world, this is a lot of fun. Its main strength is the alternative ending from the book and film, where Frodo destroys the Ring. Instead, in this game Frodo becomes overwhelmed by the power of the Ring and hence, fails to rid his burden allowing Sauron to rise and destroy Middle Earth. You get to play as Orcs, Nazgul, The Witch King, and finally Sauron himself.