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LOTR: BFMEII Article

August 3, 2006 at 7:54 pm by xoanon  - 

Thanks to Flinch for the link! It’s impossible to divorce Middle-earth II from its controls, and the developer’s success in allowing players to select their forces, move them around the battlefields, manipulate the camera, and successfully manage the game’s structures in order to build an army is a crucial victory. The controls are complex enough to allow players to select individual units, all units on the game screen, and entire armies, but simple enough that novice players won’t need to memorize the combinations of trigger pulls and button presses in order to successfully wield their armies. [More]

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