Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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Urmila Kanwal "hasissues1", Amazon
22 April 2007
Summary: i really liked how they did it based on the book and the movie it was fun to see the shire and the local pub. i thought the graphics could be alot better. rivendale was a rippoff because the water didnt move 3 demensional they threw in random levels and charcters which i didnt like. i hated the fact their voices were not the actors in the movies. spoiled it. but it came very fast nd well packaged!! i would highly recommend this seller. just not the game.
Summary: This game is not very good. The graphics are cheesy, the voices of original actors aren't there like in Two Towers. The plot is dumb. A whole bunch of loading just within one level. And you get unlimited ammo, so it's not challenging at that aspect. I played this at my friend's house 'cause I thought about buying it. DON'T WASTE YOUR $20 ON THIS! Rent it maybe. The only cool things are 1: You can wear The Ring, and 2: You can be Gandalf.
Summary: THIS GAME IS SHORT!!! I cannot believe how easy this game was to beat. I beat it in 2 days!! there is not much of a variety of enemies either. Only about 5 not counting the bosses.I would most definetly rent this game and not pay the 40 or 50 for it. This was the first game i got for PS2 and was disappointed. The only good thing about it is its graphics. They arent that bad. And there really are not many glitches in the game.
Summary: Well, I'll be honest and I haven't even been able to get out of the shire. THE *bad word* BLACK RIDERS ALLWAYS CATCH YOU! I gave this game a two simply because it might've gotten better had I not given up after 20 tries, but trust me, don't get this game if you're like me and have no patience.
Summary: This is a very mediocre game based on the book. You will probably enjoy reading the book much more than playing this game. If you want a "Lord of the Rings" game, I highly recommend "The Two Towers" which is much better.
Summary: With the looming release of the blockbuster in the making next installment of the Lord of the Rings film series, it was inevitable that the license would be delved into video games. The recent wave of LOTR licensed games have ranged from great (LOTR: The Two Towers for PS2) to godawful (LOTR: Fellowship of the Ring for GameBoy Advance), and here we have The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring for the PS2.
Summary: I was excited to see this game come out, and even more so when I heard it followed the book more than the movie. I was a fan of the books long before the movies came out. Props to Surreal for throwing in the Barrow Wights and Tom Bombadil. BUT, that was all that earned this one any stars. If you really are a hard-core Tolkien buff, you may want it, but not as a challenging game. Even strays from the story QUITE a bit in some places (i.e., the ending).
Summary: This may not be the worst game of the year for the PS2, but it is certainly one of the most disappointing. Let's cut right to the chase, because I only have 1,000 words to describe how bad it is. Short. Really short! The movie was almost longer (almost).I didn't use a stopwatch, but I would estimate I beat it in about 6 hours. The levels were all very small and fragmented, so there wasn't a very good flow to the game.