Reviews and Problems with The Lord of the Rings: Conquest
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Don't believe the hype!
10 November 2014
Summary: Let's start with that I'm a huge fan of LOR. Loved the PS2 LOR games ex: Two Towers, Return of the King, and The Third Age. Part of why I recently acquired an XBOX 360 was in hopes of finding another cool LOR game. First of all I cannot believe the price of this game..
Summary: Lord of the Rings: Conquest has an interesting premise. It allows you to play through key battles from the movies in epic, cinematic environments. It also includes a "what if" option that lets you play an entire campaign as the bad guys.
Summary: I will give Evil Arts some credit. LotR is one of the very few movie licensed games that do rather well and just doesn't suck because it's a movie tie in. As far as LotR:C is concerned, it's a good winter game that came out after all the great titles came within the last 2 months.
Summary: I first played this game on the PS3, and then got it for myself on the 360. I loved it at first. It pulled elements from the movies all into a game that was similar to one of my most favorite games, Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
Summary: I was interested in this game when it came out, due to the promise of being able to make your own impact in the world of Middle-Earth. Unfortunately the promise is not quite fulfilled, but it is a fun enough game...on the DS, anyway.
Beware: Don't buy thinking it will be like Star Wars BattleFront
16 March 2009
Summary: I bought this game for my brother because he really liked for the playstation 2 and he loves the Lord of The Rings. And I was thinking that since this was new it would be much better than Battlefront, but I was wrong.
Summary: Good game, not great like the Battlefront franchise. The most exciting part of this game coming out is that the game engine has now been developed and that means there will be a Battlefront 3 very, very soon.
Summary: LotR Conquest is a Battlefront copy using Tolkien skins and settings. It sounds like a good idea initially, but the delivery falls short of expectations in several areas. The game follows the plot of the novels, and also contains a second storyline detailing what would've happened if Frodo and Sam...