Excerpt: Between 2012's LEGO: The Lord of the Rings and the current run films depicting the classic trilogy's prequel, it should come as no surprise that LEGO: The Hobbit is TT Game's latest title with their specific style of gameplay.
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.
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...
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Summary: Lego The Hobbit isn’t quite as memorable as the first trip to Middle-Earth courtesy of Lego Lord of the Rings, but it’s a welcome return nonetheless. It’s fun from start to finish, despite some grievances over the crafting system, other than that I’d recommend it to any Lego or Tolkien fan.
Summary: Following the story of the first two films, LEGO The Hobbit takes players on quests throughout Middle-earth. Join Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf the Grey, and Thorin Oakenshield and company in their exciting adventures toward the Dwarven Kingdom of Erebor.
Summary: LEGO: The Hobbit is not a bad game. It’s not even a bad LEGO game. In fact, it’s one of the stronger entries to bear the name for quite a while. It looks great, the gameplay has enough variety to remain interesting and the sampled movie dialogue (and that mesmerising score) add an air of gravitas to...