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Submitted by arturod 680d ago | review

Guardians of Middle Earth, PC version Review | 4News

Our complete review about Guardians of Middle Earth, MOBA Project,made by Monolith productions for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 last year. The PC Version made by Zombie Studios is a wonderful conversion, very optimized and easy to understand even by those who are newbie of the strategic genre.

The title is very intuitive and full of adrenaline. The simplified MOBA structure gives you the possibility to face the enemy in an all new way able to let you feel the battle in the vein without being to much occupied clicking furiously the mouse to protect the area.

But, the game is a little bit too much repetitive and only two maps available are not enough.
To improve the quantity of material and customization you need to buy DLC's. At last, we have a good game without excessive claims and able to let you enjoy epic online battles. (PC, Zombie Studios) 78/100

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