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Submitted by GuruGavrill 797d ago | review

GamingUnwrapped: LEGO Lord of the Rings Review

Elle Garza of GamingUnwrapped writes - "I will be the first person to admit to my Tolkien fangirl-ism. I’ve read the books too many times to count, jammed out to the movie scores in the car, and can have entire conversations using nothing but book and film quotes. From second grade until high school, I was convinced I would marry Aragorn, and I tried to convince my mom to legally change my name to an elven one, as well as have my ears permanently shaped (I failed at both of these things). Since my first encounter with Traveller’s Tales’ Lego Lord of the Rings at E3, I have been nothing short of enamored. I desperately awaited its release, and I’m happy to say, I received everything I hoped for and then some." (LEGO The Lord of the Rings, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

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