Reviews and Problems with The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
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I was not disappointed! Not even a little
5 December 2014
Summary: As a fan of Lord of the Rings, I came into playing this game with high expectations. I was not disappointed! Not even a little. The game is a mix of RPG and third person slasher. It follows a new cast of adventurers as they quest on their own journey through middle earth.
Summary: I am a fan of the LOTR universe, so I liked this game even without playing it. When I actually aquired this game, I was a little disappointed. It seems to me as the developers haven't finished the game development yet.
Summary: Snowblind Studios returns to the gaming community with what is essentially a fanfiction to the land of Middle-Earth. Everything is pretty well tied to the lore, beyond the game-y elements however.
Summary: Far from fantastic, sadly. But it does provide a few hours of entertainment between each session you play. The world is beautiful along with the animations, although not much exploration options and sort of shorter than expected.
Summary: This new edition made by "Snowblind Studios" is just what I was looking for. I wanted to replace my favorite PS2 game, with an updated PS3 version. Because Snowblind were the developers of both, I was willing to take a chance on it. And I couldn't be happier!
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.
Summary: This game deserves imo a higher rating. It is a beautiful game, with a great story (it differs from the Lord of the rings movies, in story and characters), so you don't feel like you're just playing out the movies.
Summary: The Lord of the Rings: War in the North adds another dimension to the classic tale. Gamers play as a new trio of adventurers who help in the fight to destroy the One Ring of Power. Graphics are detailed and beautiful. Blood and gore add a gruesome and simply gnarly awesomeness to the game.
Summary: Compared to other RPGs, this game has untapped potential. However, I enjoyed playing it, the graphics and environments are great, the interface is easy, and you'll probably like it if you're a fan of LOTR. I also enjoyed the co-op. I wish this feature was present in more video games.