Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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Tamara Lake "T. Lake", amazon.co.uk
6 December 2013
Summary: I got this as the copy I had was pretty scratched and eventually stopped working. I love this game and am extremely pleased with this purchase. I'd recommend this game to anyone who is a LOTR fan or just a bit of a fantasy fan!
Summary: This game takes a different path to the others (which concentrate on the films and mostly on fighting); The Fellowship of the Ring is mostly based around puzzles, strategic battling and story telling.
Summary: This is not too bad a game when you start off. Three playable charachters and lots of things to find and do, but after a while you realise theres not a great deal of substance there. Also this is nothing like the EA LOTR games, more of a platform.
Summary: What a real disappointment for a licensed game of a blockbusting story. Rather than following the steps of the movie, it follows the book instead. Game designers have tried adding an RPG element to the game, though it is slightly linear, it is done well fortunately not leaving you wondering around...
Excerpt: Just throw the ring away! - Advantages: Relatively easy to control, Can skip the linking movie bits, Play different characters - Disadvantages: Like the Harry Potter game - for the younger generation, Poor camera controls, Now in the 'classics' range
Summary: Having recently bought an X-box, my immediate choice for a game was this one. Being a huge fan of the book and the films i couldn't wait to get my hands on this game. I wish I hadn't bothered. The game is far too short. It will certainly not entertain for a long period.
a superb game...pitty it wasn't based on the film though
12 January 2003
Summary: I find it weird how a games manufacturer didn't base this game on the actual film, where it would have made much more money on. But it is based on the book instead. Although it does give the game a slight advantage with more indepth character interactions, and more to do stories about.
Excerpt: (This category is for the Black Label Games product "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings" - I am writing about the PS2 version, although the game is also available on the Cube and X Box).