Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The Armchair Empire
30 March 2003
Conclusion: be of any use – enemies remain unseen until they’ve landed a few blows. This bogs the play into frustration at crucial junctures. There’s also a problem with the camera cuts. For large sections the action moves along like the classic Golden Axe then shifts to another perspective, which is fine – it...
Excerpt: "One ring to rule them all…" Peter Jackson is bringing these words to life in the unimaginably impressive Lord of the Rings trilogy of movies. That same quality of showmanship is marvelously integrated into a gaming experience as The Two Towers, an Electronic Arts game for the Xbox, GameCube, and...
Summary: I'll be the first to admit that I'm not the biggest fan of the Lord of the Rings. I've never read the trilogy and to be honest, had it not been for the player select screen I wouldn't know any of the primary player's names.
Conclusion: And finally, although you occasionally get CPU controlled help from one of the fellowship, a 2-player co-operative mode would also have been a logical option in a story in which co-operation, friendship and loyalty play such a central part.
Pros: Excellent in-game graphics with massive battles and seamless transitions to and from movie footage., Loads of DVD style extras.
Cons: It's totally linear and rather repetitive., Theres no exploration to break the action up.
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