Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Third Age
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Guilty Gear X2 #Reload Reader Review - 9.0
kyo_vs_iori, IGN Entertainment
23 December 2004
Conclusion: Man, this fighting game is deep. Many fighters out there let you get away with mashing buttons, like Dead or Alive Ultimate, but Guilty Gear requires skill. Yeah, you can go ahead and mash buttons like an idiot, but if you want to play this game well, expect to take some time and learn each...
Conclusion: i would love to have given this game a higher mark but becase Its how fast you can hit buttons brigs this game down a notch. Its a great game fast pace (maybe too fast pace) colorfull great characters. and straight forword controls. "None of that groove crap". i play it alot online.
Summary: Excellent condition, barely any if no scratches or scuffs, brilliant for Xbox and Xbox 360. For those familiar with the game when you see a item chest the screen goes really best Lord of the Rings game ever made, as well as dead cheap. Great, Great, Great.
Summary: Cut scenes throughout the game were not synced properly. the characters mouths would move and then 5 seconds later you would here what they said meaning half the time youd didnt get to hear what they were saying becuse the cut scene had finished.
Summary: Easily the worst game I have ever played, the combat sequences are boring and tedious and running around the map becomes a challenge of running around in circles because glitches don't allow you to progress.
Summary: It's true this game is limited in a lot of ways as noted by other reviewers. However, it can be fun, especially if you enjoy turn-based games as I do and just treat it as a challenge. Unlike some other reviewers, I found that this game grew on me.