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Submitted by Wiiloveit 617d ago | review

Review: Guardians of Middle-Earth (darkzero)

"Multiplayer online battle arena, or MOBA for short, have become a big thing for PC gaming. A few months ago, the developers for League of Legends threw out a picture with statistics that showed it was the most-played game in the world. It’s not only League of Legends that has become popular. If you check out Steam’s stat page, then you will find that DOTA 2 – Valve’s own take on the genre – is always at the top with 200,000+ players at any given time. With the popularity of these games at an all-time high, it was only a waiting game to see if someone would have the guts to attempt the genre on a console. Who would step up to the challenge? Monolith Productions, the team that created such games as F.E.A.R and Condemned: Criminal Origins." (Guardians of Middle-earth, Xbox 360) 7/10

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