Reviews and Problems with The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
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20 January 2016
Summary: The Lord of The Rings is THE universe of medieval fantasy of reference and yet it still lacks a true RPG of reference to make it count as much as in the books and movies universe. With War In The North we've got a new attempt to that goal.
Summary: Gameplay: 8 - Great. LoTR: War in the North's combat is simple, yet extremely enjoyable. 2 buttons (light and heavy attacks) allow for simple combos, but mixing in rolls and powers adds a slight layer of strategy. Adding Co-op only makes things better.
Summary: Epic adventure with a few shortfalls. I almost put the game away for good after playing a couple hours but I am glad I persevered. This game is beautiful and challenging, although a little linear, but that is to be expected as the game was designed to follow Tolkien's story.
Summary: For some reviewers, this game is worse than "Conquest". C'mon. By the end of the day, this is one of the best LOTR games I've ever played (and I've played many of them). The graphics are not the best in this generation - but by all means are they bad - the gameplay is fun, the side-story is...
Summary: If you have been living under a rock like gollum, you might not have heard of the ps2 classic lotr return of the king. Championed by many as one of the best licensed games in video game history. Why am I mentioning an unrelated lotr game in my review of war in the north.
Summary: At first I couldn't believe my eyes when I found out this game was coming out. But then, even through the hype, I heard all the negative comments. Like, "It's sooooooo boring!" and "The gameplay sucks!!" Regardless, I had to try it for myself. And I was hardly disappointed.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game and I generally do not like the slasher type games. The other reviews tell the story already so I am not going to focus on what has been said. I wanted to say that this game is full of bugs, BUT YOU CAN GET PAST THEM.