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Submitted by lifesanrpg 663d ago | review

Guardians of Middle-earth successfully brings the MOBA genre to consoles - GameZone review

GameZone writes, "As someone who spends a majority of my gaming time playing League of Legends, I've often wondered how the game could play on a console. So, it's no surprise that during E3, one of my favorite parts was the time I spent with Warner Bros. and Monolith's Guardians of Middle-earth. I've been following the game a lot since then, and finally, was able to start playing. I can easily say that on the surface, Guardians of Middle-earth is simple with nothing but fast-paced action, but Monolith has crafted something special with unexpected depth and strategy." (Guardians of Middle-earth, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

Riggans42  +   663d ago
I've been loving this game so far, but the lag was absolutely terrible yesterday. I hope Monolith fixes it. Other than that, Gandalf OP.

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