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The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth is an epic campaigns where the goal is to control all of Middle-Earth! Wage all-out combat against either the forces of good or the armies of evil, controlling troops and managing resources. The fate of a continent is your hands!

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The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth

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  • Real-time strategy game based on the Lord of the Rings film trilogy
  • Fight on either the side of good or evil by commanding one of four groups
  • Control massive armies across the vast world of Middle-earth
  • Create new heroes and customize the abilities and powers
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Electronic Arts
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Strategy Games
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Electronic Arts
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Windows 2000
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  • EAN: 0014633147445
  • MPN: 14744
  • SKU: 100214328
  • UPC: 014633147445
  • Part Number: 14744
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The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth, Electronic Arts

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  1. This will be a scanty review but I wish to comment on something that is most important, at least to me. Yes, this game does a lot of things right…great graphics, sound and music, playability, etc. But realize that the game is of the real-time strategy genre–where you have to collect resources and build things which make other things. Once you build those things (fighting units), you have to send them off to demolish what the computer player (or human player) has created. So, it’s definitely a game where logistics come into play and you are required to point and click constantly. So, make sure you like that kind of game. If you do, and you like the LOTR theme, you will like this game. One thing I don’t like though–it’s completely unrealistic and annoying, is how catapults are way to powerful in this game. The computer will build lots of them, and I mean almost total catapult armies and things will get difficult for you. In this game catapults move fairly fast and can receive more damage than they should, so you will discover that destroying catapult factories is your best bet. In my opinion, the catapult imbalance somewhat ruins the game.

  2. Overall, this is a decent RTS. The battles can be small skirmishes or epic scenes. I especially like the cavalry’s ability to charge through enemies and trample foot soldiers. While playing through the story line I noticed that if it feels like you are losing, just keep with it and you might just pull out a victory.The fans of the original story will enjoy fighting some of those battles that are only mentioned throughout the books. Hero’s are also a big part of the game. Gandalf is one of my favorites. Also, the elves can kick butt as well.So, RTS fans…I recommend this game and I plan on picking up the second one unless anyone can tell me otherwise.Semper Fi

  3. The innovative way that each force represents its group’s philosophy of ovewhelming with numbers vs. preservation of force is excellent. The combat system is a good representation of the books (though I don’t seem to recall Gandalf ever nuking the dark forces). I like this better than it’s sequel which tried to throw in so much extra crap that it completely loses sight of the story and is unmanageable to play. The campaign game in this version is good and playable by both the good and the evil sides. The skirmish system is good and allows you to play a host of what-if scenarios. Try fighting 7 allied armies from Mordor and see if you can win.

  4. Many diverse situations to deal with make this a challenging, fun game. There are some huge battles (Mordor v the White City, for instance). The maps are great – the progression of armies on the outstanding Campaign Maps is inspired. The story line for Campaigns is excellent. Gameplay is typical EA: easy to learn and use. There are too few options by far, though – no ability to set any Hotkeys; there’s no Pause Game with the game-screen visible. For a 2004 release, though, this is a terrific game. There are clever and amusing details too, e.g., Trolls eat Orcs to heal themselves! That animation is hilarious.

  5. So frustrated, I bought this and when it arrived, there were a bunch of error messages saying that it doesn’t work 😤

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