Summary: When I first started playing this game, I couldn't believe the improvement compared to the Two Towers. Some nice set pieces to play and the scenes from the film only added to the experience. However, after a couple of hours I began to change my mind. It's wasn't a bad game by far but it didn't really turn out to be all that much of an improvement after all. Plot: The plot follows the third film with scenes and voiceovers from the film.
Summary: Have you played Two Towers.... well its that, but with the characters from Return of the King... oh you want more, its a hack an slash graphical adventure, lots of lil extras but not that much scope. After you complete it you will only play it again to show it off.
Summary: Its got better graphics, more characters and more levels, but the gameplay is no-where near as good as The Two Towers. In the Return Of The King there are 3 paths to follow with different characters, all of which join up at the end. There are nine playable characters (you have to complete the game to unlock them all) and between them there are 3 special abilities.
Summary: I bought this game after playing and completing the previous one and thought it was fantastic. The graphics are awesome, far better than the two towers, and the gameplay is immence. I thought after playing the second level on the path of the king that this was going to take absolutely ages. I did it in three days.
Summary: Well, it's like The Two Towers. It's a basically good game, but it's too easy, and it get repetitive very quickly. The graphics are impressive, although EA decided the characters were ventriloquists - they don't move their mouths when they speak. Even in cose-up. Sound? Well, the music is, of course, escellent. The voiceovers... well, they range from Christopher Lee's (Saruman) excellence, to the Nazgul. The Nazgul sounded like EA's american janitor.