130°
Submitted by mathsman 953d ago | review

In-depth Review: LEGO The Lord of the Rings - Electronic Theatre

The LEGO videogames have become something of a breed of their own in the industry. While gamers will continually berate franchises for becoming stale, rehashing old mechanics and offering little to progress their chosen genre, they will buy each new title in TT Games’ LEGO series without a second thought. Maybe it’s because they can always be relied on to deliver a familiar-yet-enjoyable experience, or that they’re pick-up-and-play nature makes them suitable for audiences of any age. Or maybe it’s because once in a blue moon TT Games make enough changes to see the franchise reinvigorated: refreshed and renewed all at once and pushing back against the notion that little has changed in the past decade. (3DS, LEGO Lord of the Rings, LEGO The Lord of the Rings, Nintendo DS, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360) 86/100

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Guild Wars 2 Making Drastic Changes to Fractals With Heart of Thorns Release

1h ago - ArenaNet will be making some drastic changes to Fractals of the Mists with the release of Guild W... | PC
40°

I Appreciate the Arkham Knight's Origin (Spoiler Alert)

1h ago - When Liam first heard the premise of Rocksteady’s then-highly anticipated supposed finale in the... | PS4
Ad

Need Cash? (US Only)

Now - How would it feel to have your money struggles solved by this time tomorrow? We give fast loans from $100-$10,000+, and repayment terms up to 60 mo... | Promoted post
40°

Final Fantasy Explorers Out January 29th 2016 in Australia

1h ago - Final Fantasy Explorers will be available on January 29th, 2016 in Australia for the Nintendo 3DS. | 3DS
40°

Relic Hunters Zero Targets August Steam Launch

1h ago - Here’s some pretty sweet news for folks who would rather not spend money on Steam at the moment.... | PC
40°

10 Dead Franchises We Hope Rise From The Grave

1h ago - From G4/SyfyGames: Video game franchises are like comic book characters, vampires, and Madonna: t... | Culture
Related content from friends

CheatCC

Gamewise