Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Game Over Online
2 December 2015
Excerpt: Shortly after the film was released, word was that games were already in production from Vivendi Universal in anticipation of all the cinematic hype. They chose, however, to base their license on the book and I remember reading various interviews about how the developers painstakingly tried to...
Excerpt: Developed by Seattle-based Surreal Software, The Fellowship of the Ring is one of 2002's most anticipated movie-based games. Released for the Xbox powerhouse, this epic adventure game follows three members of the Fellowship as they discover the fantasy and wonders of Middle Earth.
Excerpt: The first component of Fellowship is where you assume the role of Frodo.
Like in the film, you'll try to escape from the shire but not without
performing some side quests and errands before you're able to actually
leave. This looked like a tutorial section to the Game Boy Advance
Summary: I’ve been faced with the unfortunate task of reviewing Black Label and WXP’s latest title, for the Xbox. I’m in a lose-lose situation here, it’s impossible to remain unbiased against something that has such a large fanbase.
The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring Review
18 December 2002
Excerpt: The slippery so and sos. No sooner had EA bagged the rights to the movie, Vivendi Universal Games thought it'd be a really good idea to get the rights to the books, and so gamers are faced with having to choose from two titles based on the phenomenally popular J.R.R Tolkien story.
Excerpt: Et adventure-action spil baseret på bog trilogien Ringenes Herre? Der burde da være en rimelig chance for at det kunne være ret fedt. Tænk bare at suse rundt med Gandalf, Frodo, Aragorn og resten af slænget i kampen mod den evige ondskab.
Excerpt: Ovenpå den første films succes, kan man jo godt forstå spilproducenternes iver. Et kæmpe Tolkien-hungrende marked venter på at blive malket for deres lommepenge. Mens Electronic Arts løb med licensen til filmene, så har Black Label Games og Universal hapset rettighederne til bøgerne… “Javel” tænker...