What once seemed to be October's most forgettable game just might end up being its strongest.
this and the Evil within , October is awesome .
Really? I hope it's good. I'll wait on reviews from my friends. I love LotR, but none of the games have really captured the spirit of the the books or movies, in my opinion.
looks like a mix between assasins creed and diablo
Day one for me!!;)
I can feel more than one play through coming on. I havn't done that for about a year
I hope the game is excellent and have good vibes about it. It looks amazing and October is looking like an amazing month for gaming. HOWEVER! As long as I never hear a cringeable American accent in it, I'll be happy. Historical films where the cast start talking in Americanese are enough to make you throw the telly through the window. If listening to American mispronunciations of things like, Iraq and Iran is bad enough can you imagine hearing them in LOTR I know LOTR had a few Americans in it but at least they had the courtesy to do an English accent or in Sean Astins case a slightly dodgey Bristol accent.
Last time I checked Middle earth was not England so why does it have to be accent specific?
@Telzie - First off, it's not England, it's the United Kingdom. Second, it was written by Tolkien and in interviews he states he has based its dialects on a Celtic root. Thirdly they should never use an American accent in a historical film since America is only 237 and the American accent sounds dreadful, at least to the rest of the world. @Magnes - No. Just the American accent in historical films.
Lotr is a fictional story not historical and you are an arrogant American hater for making these comments.
Wow you speak for the world on what accents are good and bad. When did we elect you our spokesman?
@Telzie First when ever you get a historical film with Americans speaking Americanese ake look at the non-American reviews it might change your mind. Take Amadeus a film by Milos Foreman based on a Peter Schaffer play, they changed it so American's could play the parts. Now it was a great film but the accents ruined it for a lot of people. In the play they sound Austrian or German... as they should. History and America do not mix, take the 2000 film U571, one of the worst offenders I've ever seen. In that film (that they say is based on a true story) not only do they depict the British as idiots but also depict the Americans capturing the enigma coding machine and sending it to American intelligence for code cracking. This as you should know fly's in the face of the facts that it was HMS Bulldog that captured that particular coding machine (the Polish captured the fist enigma machine back in 1929) and it was a British gay man "Alan Turing" who lead the team that broke the code a few years before. By the time of the events depicted the allied's were regularly reading German communications. So when you say the accent is fine, its probably because you are American. Ask other countries what they thing of American takes on ANY historical film that predates America. The responses are usually negative both for the accents used (because American isn't that old) and the fact they sometime do a U571 and change the facts. The fa
Totally off topic response. Your argument is American accents in historical films. Lotr is not an historical film its a fictional story. The reason you have a problem with American accents is probably because your British and hate Americans.
Any other nationalities and thier accent you want to attack while your on a rant?
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