Summary: it really reminds me of the the two towers and return of the king video games i owned on the ps2 which i really enjoyed in my early gaming years. I highly recommend playing with a friend. Single player can get a bit over whelming. Some of the enemy characters are very over powered and can take you and your companions out fast. With a friend you have a better chance of being revived as your fellow a.i. heroes are bit dumb.
Summary: I love LOTR and collector's editions, so when the pics came online for this i couldnt wait. First, the game, solid story, good cut scenes, awesome that you have the RPG options without the RPG boredom. The graphics are a bit behind during gameplay, but the cut scenes look real nice. The AI can be glitchy at times but not too bad.
Summary: Great mix between an RPG and a Hack/Slash game. I LOVE the setting and this title really stays true to what makes LotR such an exciting and fun mythology. The game itself can be a bit repetitious, but it's still fun to take down Uruk-Hai and Cave Trolls all day long. Cool items, with item sets, slot-able 'elf gems' to up your power, and different in-game cultural creators which effect the granted abilities.
Summary: So, I am an adult with limited time trying to make a living. And one of my enjoyable guilty pleasures is to sit down for two hours on a sunday and become submerged in the world of middle earth. I like that the plot is linear and simple. The depth of lore that is divulged in the dialogues is gripping. The graphics are great, and the sound is stunning. The only thing I don't like and that kept me from giving 5 starts was the saving system.
Summary: I'd like to start off by saying I've never watched a LotR movie. Story The story follows 3 characters, Eradan, Farin and Andriel, who are given the duty of going to The Shire to scout enemy forces, upon arriving, they are attacked by Orcs. The trio finds that a man by the name Agandaur plans on destroying the Free People of the North under the orders of Sauron. The 3 are given the duty of distracting the enemy forces while Frodo and the Brotherhood head towards Mt.
Summary: This game was fun, but the only beef i had with it is that there was no other thing to do other then the campaign, the campaign was really fun and awesome to play with my brother but ended rather quickly, I think the game is worth 25 dollars at the most.
Summary: I had a great time with this game, because I could sit down on my couch and play with my friends in co-op, however, I realize that the game had very little single player value, and therefore, unless you are like me and a huge fan of lord of the rings and playing with your buds, I wouldn't recommend it