Here Are The Best Lord Of The Rings Games Of All Time

Ever wondered which Lord of the Rings games are worth your time? Here's our definitive list of the top LoTR games you can play right now.

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adamwparker39d ago

LOTR: The Two Towers was one of the best games to come to Gamecube.
I didn't have PS2 or a gaming PC in this period of my life, so having a game like this, Eternal Darkness and Twilight Princess really helped my library.

TheColbertinator39d ago

Battle for Middle Earth was awesome. Any game where I can send Mumakil to crush a band of hobbits deserves a GOTY award

The_Hooligan39d ago

I played the first one and yes it was a blast. I still have it, need to find it and install it again. Never played the sequel. Did you try it out?

Michiel198939d ago

I loved how units just bounced around when you charged them or blew them away with gandalf's word of power ;)

When I installed the game back in the day, started the campaign and blew a couple orcs away from a bridge in Moria I knew I was in for something special. The multiplayer was also a lot of fun.

343_Guilty_Spark39d ago

I loved Tom Bombadil bouncing around singing and prancing killing enemies

Michiel198939d ago

good times ^^ Rohan was overpowered as hell though, the swordsman archer combo was too good, it countered horses and the fire arrows upgrades did so much damage, it was unfair. Especially with how many heroes they had that all gave buffs to the units.

Z50139d ago

Yep, RotK co-op was so much fun. And Two Towers was a gem.

TheRealTedCruz39d ago

Battle for Middle Earth series was fantastic, and I'm not a big fan of rts in general. Finds itself within the fairly small ranks of ones I can really sit down and enjoy.

Vegamyster39d ago

Even though its unlikely I hope those games get a re-release at some point, i never got around to trying them because i was too busy with Generals/Zero Hour at the time but would love to try them out.

TheRealTedCruz38d ago

Yeah. I never had the chance to play the original, but played a lot of the sequel on the 360 back in the day.
Like I said, it says a lot when you can take someone who isn't necessarily a fan of rts, isn't a giant Lord of the Rings fan either, and then put the game on a control method not necessarily known to be optimal for said genre of game, and he still highly enjoys it all the same.

But yeah, would like to return to it on the PC.

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