Conclusion: Unfortuneately, this isn't my type of game. The graphics look like they should really be from a GBA, this really is a game for the young ones I think. I would have liked to say it was a bit of a hack and slash fest put I could only play it for about a minute before reaching for the off button.
Summary: When my daughter was still yet to be born, I remember playing this game, feeling her kick and move about inside my tummy! I loved this game back then I love the trolls and their accents :) Am a huge LOTR fan anyway and I love all games to do with it. I still like playing it now just for the memories it brings back!
Summary: One day the Halfling hobbits will rule the Earth. I mean, think about it. They are awfully smart, too intelligent for their own good. They can see and hear things a mile away. And they can go invisible before your eyes. Or at least Bilbo Baggins can. And in the Hobbit you can step into the shoes of the Burglar...Or at least if those little Hobbits had to wear shoes on their leathery soles of theirs. Go around with the Ring, a walking stick and Sting the elvish blade.
Summary: I've enjoyed the book for many years and having the chance to play through the story was an exciting opportunity. Graphically The Hobbit is farily average. Everything at the start is brightly coloured and later the game becomes darker. What makes it extremely frustrating to play is the awkward camera.
Summary: Lovely graphics, not mega high tech but perfect for capturing the atmosphere. Thoughtful level design and an easy control system. Thats the techno stuff out of the way. What gameplay!! excellent stuff. My 6 year old could play it and enjoy it and so could I. The storyline of the book is remarkably well adhered to.Each section is a logical step to the next (although I would have liked an escape from Gollum level.
Summary: The first game with Bilbo, I mean it took them a while. I actually prefered this book to the LOTR series and the game matches up to them. The grafix arnt all that good but the game play is hallariously fantastic. Makes a bezzy turn game with your mates. The game starts a bit slow but really unfolds into the epic story that made the book. If your into the book I command you , as MrT, to get this game.
Summary: Anyone who has read and enjoyed reading The Hobbit, will definitely enjoy this game. It follows the book almost chapter by chapter, and you will surely recognise some of the areas and names of the characters you encounter on your journeys through Middle-Earth. The levels are very well done and there is somethig different in them all. The puzzles are very good and some of them quite tough too.