Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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A little bite of Middle Earth...
1 February 2004
Summary: Ingredients you will need: 1 part Streets of Rage 1 part Final Fantasy 2 Large cups of Middle Earth Pinch of Street-Fighter Assorted Eye-Candy Hot on the tails of most audacious and glorious movie adaptations of all time comes this little slice of action from Electronic Arts.
Summary: I am a huge LOTR fan, so naturally I picked this up. I was greeted with a great movie that was gorgeous. Because I am a huge sports gamer and not an action gamer, I have been having some difficulty with the game. I wish the game told you a little bit of what you are supposed to do.
Summary: This game rocks. I started playing it, spent pretty much an entire weekend in front of the TV. Once you start, it's impossible to put down the controller. I have been in search of a good fantasy game for PS2 for a while (I have been playing games like Devil May Cry and Final Fantasy) and this one is...
Summary: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, is a truly fun and amazing action game. The game takes place across the first two films, in, of course, Middle Earth. You can take take the place of Aragorn, Legolas, or Gimli. All of which have their ups and downs.
Well . . . Let's Be Real People, The Game Takes 5 Hours.
The Living Legend, Amazon
1 February 2004
Summary: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is not a bad game. If it were 20 hours long I would give it 4 stars, but the fact is, if you are familiar with button mashers like this one, this game will take around 5 hours. It is no doubt worth renting, but that's all you need.
Summary: Those who have been burned by Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring for the PS2 should quickly forget that wretch of a game and give a good look to Electronic Arts' Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.
Summary: I wish that I had checked reviews before buying this game. The previous reviewer even addressed my problem with the game: nothing but fighting. I was expecting a game a little bit closer to the whole Lord of The Rings setting of mystery, excitement, journeys and so on.
Skillfully, interestingly, and captivatingly fantastic!
1 February 2004
Summary: This game is incredible! The graphics, the musical score, the voices, the skills, the weapons, the liveliness, and the sound editing are all outstanding. They used the movie's characters' voices and the same scenes to make you feel like you're actually in the movie.
Summary: I had heard about this game before it came out and did a little research about it because I had just gotten into Lord Of The Rings.After my research, I knew that this was going to be my favorite game yet. It turned out that it was.
Summary: I just wanted to post my two cents about the two PS2 video games available. I first wanted to tell all of you- NO, you do not get to play Arwen in either game, a total bummer. Both games do not feature her or the chase scene. (I am a girl gamer who loves LOTR stuff, and the character Arwen).