Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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Second LOTR game.
16 October 2006
Excerpt: This is a good game that is only really let down by the fact that there is not enough game play time and it is far too short which is a real shame as it shows a lot of potential. The game does follow the storyline of the film however the first parts of the game focus on what happened in the second...
Summary: YES, IT SORT OF DOES. IT HAS BEEN ON ORIGIANL RELEASE FOR QUITE A WHILE NOW AND IT WAS SO POPULAR THE XBOX PEOPLE DECIDED TO RE-RELEASE IT IN THE CLASSIC RANGE. IT WAS POPULAR BECAUSE OF THE FILMS, I THINK ANYWAY, BUT WHEN THE XBOX OWNERS GOT HOME THEY DIDN'T JUST GET A LOUSEY PIECE OF HYPED UP...
Summary: this was sent as soon as order came in a few days as said and it was in very good condiion. the game it self is good and if you have got the old xbox and not the new 360 then it is a really good game.
I failed to do the proper research on backwards compatibility capabilities of the xbox 360 but the game arrived in a nice clean
KIM NUGENT, Amazon
29 May 2003
Summary: Product does not work on the Xbox 360 however that is MY fault, I failed to do the proper research on backwards compatibility capabilities of the xbox 360 but the game arrived in a nice clean case, missing the instruction manual, disc looks absolute brand new... not a single scratch.
Summary: Electronic Arts like so many before them could have taken this licence and released a title that blatantly cashes in on the name, producing a lacklustre bland title with only passing resemblances to the characters and plotlines of the film. They didn't. Other developers take note.
Summary: The LOTR's has gone to be the best film of this century and the games doesn't disapoint. All of your favourite characters from the film Aragorn, Leglos and Gimli are playable and on completion you can also play as Isildur the legendary character seen at the start of the Fellowship.
A good attempt at bringing the film to virtual reality
28 May 2003
Summary: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers video game consists of a set of scenarios that you have to fight through. The game is very closely linked to the film with each scenario representing a key moment of the film such as the battle with the cave troll at Balin's Tomb.