Summary: I remember playing this game on the PC back in the good old days. It was a tough game, graphics are not up to par with many of the other graphics at the time, and it didn't really get to the whole story of The Hobbit. However this is a really fun game overall.
Summary: I have this game for the PC and it is amazing. The graphics are great, the storyline is awesome, not to mention you have to fight wolves, steal troll's wallets, and you get to explore a village. You can earn coins, do tasks for other villagers, and much much more.
Summary: The gameplay is simple enough to learn, and if you like puzzle/action games then it's perfect for you. The storyline doesn't exactly follow the book, with some parts being completely made up. If you don't mind those differences, though, then this game should provide you with plenty of entertainment.
Summary: (Note: This review is for the XBOX version, not sure it makes a diffrence) Have ever seen the trilogy The Lord of the Rings? This is the prelude that was a book like 80 years ago, and there’re making a movie sometime in the next couple of years. But, let’s just focus on the game.
Summary: The game is a very good game with an excellent storyline. If you've read the book "The hobbit' then you should know alot about this game already because the game is so much like the book. It is a fun game but the graphics could be better.
Summary: This game has been overlooked, or criticized, by a lot of people who (1) expect it to be the same type of game as EA's LOTR games; or (2) expect it to be a faithful "re-enactment" of Tolkien's book.
Summary: Although a little childish, a good game. Easy enough that you can always pick it up and advance a little further, and it seems to just go on forever. Each level is dramatically different, and there are plently of puzzles even for the experienced gamer.
Summary: I have just finished this game recently. I spent 7 hours finising from where I was. I was hooked!!! Any game that makes you want to continue playing until your done is worth the money. I do have one problem though. I'm an adventurer.