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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 962d ago | review

Guardians of Middle Earth Review | Ready-Up

Ready-Up writes:

"There aren’t many places that you would rather be as a Tolkien fan than in the Warner Bros. Headquarters in Central London, two weeks before The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits cinema screens. Lucky for me, RU was invited down to visit WB and get to grips with their latest title Guardians of Middle Earth, a Multi-player Online Battle Arena hitting XBLA and PSN this week. Filled with over 20 famous icons from both books and licensing rights for Peter Jackson’s vision of Middle Earth, it was certainly enough to get me interested, but would it tick all the right boxes or leave me feeling bleaker than a night on Weathertop?" (Guardians of Middle-earth, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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