Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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Alright not as good as the xbox though
16 January 2006
Summary: Well a friend gave me a loan of this he said he hadn't played it in a while. After playing this he told me he last played it in august 2003! Anyway i started to play this game the graffics were a bit cheap. So i played it for 3 days and i wasen't top impressed surral let fans down!
Summary: A very good game this is. Put aside all the cast from the film and the voices of them. The graphics are not to the cast and neither are the voices. Your more on an adventure type of game but still with the same storyline. Theres no upgrading or buying things, you just get a few things in the game.
Summary: Only buy this if you're a die-hard fan, it's not that great. The three characters that you can play as (Aragorn, Gandalf, Frodo) offer plenty of variety. Although Gandalf's character is probably the most entertaining.
Summary: The Fellowship of the Ring is an action adventure game lined with RPG elements. The game is based on Tolkien's tome as opposed to the films and faithfully recreates a fair amount of Tolkien's tale.
Summary: This is a platform game which at the beginning follows the J.R.R Tolkein classic very closely. The attention to detail even using the languages of middle earth is very good. However, I don't know if the games' producers ran out of inspiration or just got plain bored torwards the end but when Sam was...
Summary: THE STORY: Take control of Frodo, Gandalf and Aragorn as they embark upon their quest to destroy the One Ring. WHAT'S GOOD: This game has a certain quaintness about it that resonates with Tolkien's presentation of his Hobbits. The chance to do a bit of exploring around the shire is a bit of fun too.
3 stars for the casual player, 4 for the devoted Tolkien fan
V. Holt, Amazon
15 January 2006
Summary: It is very difficult to rate this game - as a lifelong fan of Tolkien I want to lavish praise, because the subject matter is strong, the atmospheres match up perfectly to those that I imagined in the book, and the plot is followed rather faithfully.
Summary: Okay, gamers are really tough on this game. Hey, I don't blame them, it's supposed to be a top-notch game just like the Lord of the Rings movies and books. And I would have to agree with the gamers.
Summary: If you've only seen the movie and have never read the novel, then you should buy or at least rent this game. It's a good summary of the story and includes a lot of things that weren't in the movie.
Summary: I haven't played the game much because, to be honest, the dialogue is SO ridiculous (not to mention the numerous aspects of the story that were changed to fit the game - Frodo's birthday instead of Bilbo's, Frodo selling Bag End to the Sackville-Baggins'), and the camera angle is just completely and...