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  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:Jan 3, 2003
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Titles rated "Teen (T)" may be suitable for ages 13 and older, and may contain violent content, mild, or strong language, and/or suggestive themes.)
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Game Description:With complete access to the concept art, props, and character designs of Peter Jackson's visionary Lord Of The Rings movies, Electronic Arts recreates the intense action of "Fellowship Of The Ring" and "The Two Towers." From the big screen to the little screen, Two Towers brings you into the action and drama as Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli. With third-person action, you'll fight against impossible odds: Moria orcs, Uruk-Hai, the Cave Troll, and Saruman the White. Wonderful 3-D environments from the movies transport you into Middle-Earth, from Moria to Amon Hen, from the Plains of Rohan to Helm's Deep.
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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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