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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 742d ago | review

Guardians of Middle Earth Review | GameFreaks

GameFreaks write:

"As a fan of The Lord of The Rings Trilogy I truly enjoyed all the action offered while playing this game, from the characters that you control through to the layout and aesthetics of the battlefield. The game is primarily focused for online play with either friends or strangers. The game objective pits 5 heroes (guardians) against 5 opponents in a brutal tactical battle. You play from either the left or right hand HQ and must work your way to the other side of the battlefield, taking down towers, enemy soldiers and of course other guardians. To beat your opponents you will need to learn the strengths and weaknesses of every character and come up with a plan on how to take advantage of them." (Guardians of Middle-earth, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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