Gamespot: The Lord of the Rings Online: Mines of Moria Review

When you first enter Moria, the famous dwarven depths, an imposing stairway of 1,001 rocky steps greets you. It's an indelible moment for Tolkien fans, but more importantly, it sets the stage for this curiously murky, moody expansion pack to last year's massively multiplayer The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar. With Mines of Moria, developer Turbine pulls off quite a feat: they make the tight labyrinths and cavernous halls of the mithril mines even more compelling to explore than the rolling hills of Middle-earth. Aside from a couple of new character classes, there's very little incentive for newcomers to join in, particularly given the thin population of the original environs. But for veterans, this is a treasure trove of rewarding questing and clever storytelling, and a must-buy for anyone with a character approaching level 50.

The Good:
* Excellent art design makes exploration a treat
* Creation of legendary equipment is excellent and addicting
* Top-notch storytelling
* Varied quest objectives keep things compelling .

The Bad:
* Very little content for new players
* Not much new for PVP enthusiasts.

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