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Submitted by Lavalamp 598d ago | review

Lego Lord of the Rings Review | EuroGamer

EuroGamer: "Lord of the Rings suggests that despite a production rate that should have crushed all imagination, TT Games isn't taking its young fans for granted and continues to coax and encourage them to be better gamers." (LEGO Lord of the Rings, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

WolfLeBlack  +   598d ago
I've been having great fun with LEGO LoTR, and agree almost completely with Eurogamers review, bar the fact that they failed to mention an irritating glitch on the map where if you set a custom destination and then perform an action, like lighting a fire with the tinderbox, the map will reset the destination to the next storyline mission.

A few other problems have also popped up, but this is TT's most ambitious LEGO game yet. Although wandering around the free-roaming Middle Earth once again reminds me how much I want an epic, almost Skyrim-esque RPG set in Tolkiens world.

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