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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Game Description:EA's second attempt at re-creating Tolkien goodness. Enhances the formula it cobbled together using a little Devil May Cry, a little Streets of Rage, and a far more impressive amount of movie footage from all three of the Peter Jackson films, Return of the King expands in every single way to make this year's effort undeniable. Players get the chance to play as five characters (Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Sam and Frodo), plus three secret ones; the environments are interactive with useable weapons, ropes to swing down, catapults to fire, and more. Plus, gamers can finally get together with their buddies to play the game in co-op mode.
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  • 'Lord of the Rings' License Going From EA To Warner Bros.

    "I'm going to kick your @ss back to the shire." I love that line from Clerks 2.... In related news, it looks like Frodo -- and The Lord of the Rings movie license -- is getting his @ss kicked back to the shire, going from Electronic Arts to Warner Bros. Variety's Ben Fritz explained: "Since EA first got its hands on the 'Lord of...

    Posted March 12, 2009| 16 Comments

    'Lord of the Rings' License Going From EA To Warner Bros.

 


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