Summary: This game is a very good strategy game for those people who have the PSP. The price was very reasonable. It has cool cut scenes from the movie. The PSP is sorely missing games like this. I would recommend this to any Lord of the Rings and strategy RPG fans.
Summary: Lots of people have given this game 5 stars, why? In a nut shell this is the best game on the PSP at time of writing. Great graphics, fantastic game play. I bought my PSP a year ago and have not used it much because of the many very poor games out there for it. LORT has change that. Thank you LORT team for bring me this wonderful game!
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13 July 2009
Summary: Lord of the Rings Tactics lets you enjoy a strategy romp through the world of Aragorn and Legolas on your PSP. The turn-based system allows you to take your time and explore the layout thoroughly before making your moves and decisions. You're allowed to play as the "good" or "bad" side in a number of situations from the movie. They even have actual movie footage introducing the scenes, so you really get to feel as if you're immersed in the action.
Summary: I must say....This game is all that! It resembles the game releases on PS2, but at the same time, is so different. I highly recommend this game. There is a slight freeze problem that will occur every now and again, but simply pop out your disc and put it right back and you are off again where you left off. The game is so addicting. Especially if you are a fan of LOTR.
Summary: I have had a PSP for a few months now, and 6 games that suck, besides the Namco Museum (for Pac-Man of course). Finally, a good game has come out. If you are a LOTR fan, you'll love being in the battles that take place on Middle Earth. It takes some thinking to play this one (kind of a chess match), so don't be ready for some mindless sword slinging.
Summary: I've been skeptical about the LotR games since I bought the PC version of Fellowship of the Ring -- not a bad game, but definitely not what I was expecting. I waited a couple of days before opening this one because I was preparing myself to be let down. Wow! Was I wrong... LotR: Tactics is a turn-based, combat-centric strategy game based on the movies more so than the books. If you leave all the geeky fact-checking behind (trust me, I know how difficult that is...
Summary: I give this game five stars because it is very enjoyable although a couple small things would have made it so much greater. The game has great graphics, good sound and shows alot more video from the movie than i expected. The only problem i really have with it is the thing one of the other reviewers mentioned: it doesnt really have any in-game story. Sure it shows video to progress the game but there are no in-game cut scenes or voice overs like the other LOTR games.
Summary: I purchased this game for my sons birthday. He enjoys playing rpg games and enjoys the lord of the rings book also. Therefore I thought this would be a great choice for him. I was right, he played it and loved it.
Excerpt: "...for their quality. However, after the first battle I was hooked and glad I took the plunge. Plot: Tactics involves you playing through different parts from the three films. Before you start each battle, you’re shown a clip from the film and then you’re off. The clip showing helps move the story along easily and does well with helping you keep track of where you are within the plot. Graphics: The game graphics look just like a quality PS2 game ...
Pros: Ties in well with the films and enjoyable turn based battles