Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest
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Movie realistic graphics and challenging
N. gunderson "nattyg", Amazon
7 November 2013
Summary: Love the graphics and the challenges of this game. We are big fans of Lord of the rings and Hobbit so this was a must have on our list. Movie realistic graphics come to life in this game. Provides hours of fun and challenges to overcome.
Summary: Before buying this game for my Lord of the Rings-loving boyfriend, I did some research. This game is supposed to be amazing and work best on the wii, so I bought it for that system. He loves this game and plays it often. Good next game for him after beating all the Zelda games.
Summary: My daughter and I just started playing this game. The characters are fun and cute, but the game has limitations. Characters can walk and of course, battle, but they can't jump, roll, etc. You just kind of roam around, not an easy game to follow.
Summary: I love it because I love Lord of the Rings and my favorite character is Aragorn. I love the idea of having the game based on him alone, his story. Its all around fun adventure and I love the sword feature, its like your holding the sword in your hand. If you like the Zelda game like I do, your will like this game.
If you don't like bad graphics don't get this game
23 April 2013
Summary: This game is actually OK once you get past the boring part at the beginning. I guess what I am trying to warn you about is the graphics and the story line. The graphics are absolutely horrible everything is a cartoon and their hands are bigger than their heads you also seem very small compared to everything else around you.
Summary: Fair disclosure, I am not a serious video game player. This is possibly the first non-Mario or Legend of Zelda game I've ever played (besides GoldenEye for 64.) Anyway, I bought this because I'm a huge Tolkien fan, and I just finished Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. So disappointing. Graphics aren't very good, there are frequently times when you can't really see what's going on. The "quests" can be kind of confusing, and the controls are very clunky.
Summary: I don't play video games, but my grandson went NUTS with joy when he got this for his recent birthday. He's 11 and it was EXACTLY right for him. Lots of fun! Filled quite a few snowday afternoons for him this winter!
Summary: I purchased this actually by mistake. It wasn't what I was wanting, but I didn't know. I was wanting the children's game, not a PG13. So I need to find someone that wants it. I don't personally play these games so I can't really review.