Reviews and Problems with The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
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game is good
2 November 2013
Summary: The game play in War in the North is typical hack and slash one. On medium difficulty, enemies take a good deal to bring down early in the game but after each level you will be putting points into stats that will help you bring down enemies faster, or to complement whatever play style you have.
Summary: I purchased this game based on the co-op properties and excellent reviews so that my husband and I could play together. Now I am wondering WHO wrote those reviews? The WB Games or Snowblind staff, perhaps?
Summary: I got this game the day it came out. If you like hack n slash games, you'll love this. If this game was stripped of the Lord of the Rings title, it would still be great! I remember it being pretty short (about 6-10 hours) and I beat it 4 times on each difficulty.
Summary: While a few things could be improved, overall this game is a masterpiece for Tolkien fans and shouldn't be missed. the co-op gameplay is very enjoyable. Many gamers will enjoy sitting back with their buddies mashing away through the game's many levels while living out their LOTR fantasies.
Summary: Gamers have seen their fair share of the Lord of the Rings. The lore of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy world spans almost every video game genre, from real-time strategy to MMOs. So when it was announced that Snowblind Studios, the developer behind Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Champions of Norrath,...