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LEGO The Hobbit

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LEGO The Hobbit

Game Over Online
9 May 2014
  • Excerpt: Let’s face it, LEGO is very in vogue at the moment. There are LEGO products coming out almost too fast to count, with almost every franchise or intellectual property imaginable getting the “block” treatment. To be fair, a great deal of this can be laid at the feet of Traveller’s Tales, the video game developer that has brought us so many memorable hours collecting studs and solving puzzles, all the while laughing at the wry re-imagining of memorable movies and inherent...
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LEGO The Hobbit Review – PlayStation 4

Game Chronicles
9 May 2014
  • Excerpt: I am a huge fan of LEGOs, both the plastic toys that I spent countless hours with as a kid, and the video games that I now spend countless hours with as an adult.  TT Games has continually exhibited a unique ability to infuse whatever popular franchise they choose with loads of LEGO charm from Star Wars to Indiana Jones, to Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and even DC and Marvel superheroes, but their Lord of the Rings games have been some of the best and LEGO The...
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Lego The Hobbit Review – PlayStation 3 (Also on PlayStation 4, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U and Windows PC)

25 April 2014
  • Conclusion: Lego Middle-Earth is amazing, but the work needed to let it reach its full potential is long and boring when completed solo. Co-op is a must.
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LEGO The Hobbit (PS4) - Review

23 April 2014
  • Excerpt: When it comes to yearly game releases, titles like Call of Duty , Madden , FIFA , and, more recently, Assassin's Creed come to mind. There are plenty of supporters and detractors for such releases and this has spawned some vicious internet arguments. One series, however, seems to get overlooked in terms of these well-versed arguments, mainly because of its sheer attraction to both children and adults alike - the LEGO series.
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PS4 Review: Lego The Hobbit

Video Games Reloaded
22 April 2014

LEGO The Hobbit

18 April 2014
  • Summary: LEGO The Hobbit is a fun game with a sturdy gaming engine but it definitely doesn't give this genre anything new.
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Lego The Hobbit Review

14 April 2014
  • Excerpt: Lego The Hobbit is immediately charming. The title screen shows Bilbo puttering around in his cozy hobbit hole of Bag End, and the wizard Gandalf poking his head in the window. As Howard Shore's beautiful score from the films plays, you can almost feel the warmth from the fire. And from these quaint beginnings, Lego The Hobbit whisks you off on a journey across Middle-earth, getting all the visual details right to transport you to the world of Peter Jackson's films.
  • Pros: Visuals capture the charm and grandeur of the films, Heaps of content
  • Cons: Sluggish combat, Simplistic puzzles
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Lego The Hobbit

High-Def Digest
13 April 2014
  • Summary: Not satisfied with delivering two 'Lego' titles in the past six months, ' Lego Marvel Super Heroes ' and ' The Lego Movie Videogame ,' Traveller's Tales and Warner Bros. bring audiences 'Lego The Hobbit.' With a rational extending from the rest of the production of 'The Hobbit' trilogy, 'Lego The Hobbit' allows players to directly play a 'Lego' game version of the first two 'Hobbit' films.
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The Road Goes Ever On

Game Informer
8 April 2014
  • Conclusion: Concept: Transform the two released Hobbit movies into a single adventure, closely following the blueprint established by Lego Lord of the Rings Graphics: Imagine Lego bricks and minifigs in Middle-earth. That’s what this looks like Sound: Audio taken directly from the films are used for the major dialogue, which occasionally produces distracting incongruities Playability: Straightforward controls keep things simple.
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Lego: The Hobbit review

3 News
28 April 2014
  • Conclusion: While the game's spirit stays faithful to Jackson's films, it'd be easy to enjoy this even if you're not a fan. In fact, if you hate the films, there's an added incentive - you get to run around smashing Middle-Earth to bits.
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