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The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Review

November 1, 2011 at 11:19 am by xoanon  - 

Over the past few years, The Lord of the Rings franchise has gone silent. There was a time when the world of Middle Earth was on the forefront of everyone’s mind. The film franchise was doing gangbusters in the theaters, and the books were at the top of the bestseller lists. On the gaming front, LOTR was doing pretty well, with a variety of games spanning genres from action to real-time strategy performing quite well. However, once the films had ended, interest slowed to a crawl and the games faded out of memory.

Now, it seems that Tolkien’s world has gotten some renewed vigor. Peter Jackson’s films based on The Hobbit are finally in production, and Warner Bros. Interactive and Snowblind Studios have unleashed a brand new game set alongside the books, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North. More..

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2 responses to “The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Review”

  1. davidt says:

    “On the gaming front, LOTR was doing pretty well, with a variety of games
    spanning genres from action to real-time strategy performing quite
    well. However, once the films had ended, interest slowed to a crawl and
    the games faded out of memory.”

    Lord of the Rings Online is doing quite well.

  2. davidt says:

    “On the gaming front, LOTR was doing pretty well, with a variety of games
    spanning genres from action to real-time strategy performing quite
    well. However, once the films had ended, interest slowed to a crawl and
    the games faded out of memory.”

    Lord of the Rings Online is doing quite well.

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