Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest
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Jennifer L. Wallin, Amazon
2 January 2015
Summary: Personally, I thought that it was a bit to kiddish. And it so should have been E10. There is no blood whatsoever which is nice I guess. I have beaten the entire game, and I must say that the black gate was really difficult.
Summary: It's pretty short. Just 8 chapters. It somewhat follows the timeline of the trilogy, but a lot of the stuff is made up by the producers of the game. Get the Lego Lord of the Rings, it's much better.
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: First off, this is a Wii game. But I did expect slightly better Graphics. I mean, seriously, Mario looks better than this. With that being said though, the gameplay reminded me of LOZ: TP. It's fun... but a very shallow take on the movie. I expected more from Warner Bros.
Summary: I'm a Super Mario Bros. gamer - meaning that's the only game I ever play. I was stuck in a world for a long time and decided to try another story based game. Being an LOTR fan, I ordered Aragorn's Quest.
Summary: I have mixed feelings about . On the one hand, it's certainly not the Lord of the Rings epic I'd hoped for. For that, the Gamecube is still the best bet. On the other hand, for kids and casual gamers it's not a bad game. First, this game is short and easy.