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Submitted by MarcusBishop2 621d ago | review

Console XP: Lego Lord Of The Rings Vita Review

Ridge wrote: "With the recent release of Traveler’s Tales’ Lego Lord Of The Rings on the PlayStation Vita the platform now has three different Lego IPs in less than a year after its release. With this abundance of Lego games to choose from, and all the other games starting to come out for the Vita, how exactly does this game stack up?" (LEGO Lord of the Rings, PS Vita) -

nikrel  +   620d ago
http://www.ttgames.com/cont...

Just wrote a e-letter to them about the Lego games on the vita, I'd say the more people who write the more their eyes will open.

The funny thing, the Vita isn't even listed on the site on the Lego LOTR game page.
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sdozzo  +   620d ago
This gets better ratings than CoD. What had the works come to.
sdozzo  +   620d ago
World come to.

Epic fail.
HarryMasonHerpderp  +   620d ago
lol :)

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