Reviews and Problems with Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
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Good Lord of the Rings Game
coffeedude , GameStop
13 March 2013
Summary: I remember first getting the Two Towers. I was so excited. The game starts out with you fighting as Isildur as you fight in Mordor. Once defeating Sauron, you get the ring and the level is done. The game then shifts to the battle at the Weathertop. You play as Aragorn (Strider) as you defend the hobbits and fight the Ringwraiths. Then the games shifts to you playing as either Aragorn, Gimli, or Legolas. You fight your way to the doors of Moria.
Excerpt: "...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 half of the first film so there is a bit of overlap. In the game you have a choice of three characters that you can play as, Gimlin the dwarf, Aragorn the ranger and Legolas the ...
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.
A good attempt at bringing the film to virtual reality
26 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. Most of the scenarios can be played with Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas. As your character completes the scenarios he gains more experience and can learn new moves.
Summary: Lord of the. Rings: The Two Towers incorperates the action of the first two films into one game. You can pick between Aragron, legolas and Gimli and pit them against the fowl creatures that lurk in Middle Earth... Story What is there to say its Lord of the Rings. The only problem is you would have no clue of the story if you had not read the books, but it does not matter to the gameplay at all. Gameplay Yes, it is a hack and slash game.
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. The game itself it great. The action is intense and been able to used ranged weapons (Aragorn/Legolas-Bow,Gilma-Axes) adds a new dimension to gameplay.
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. This is how a movie conversion should be done! Its a cliche maybe, but in this game, you really do play the movie.