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Gamespot has given LotR Conquest a 6.5/10, not as we expected from our previous previews of lotr games like the BFME series where the figures were extremely high and of course LotrO where they reached 10 in some cases.
War is messy, and The Lord of the Rings: Conquest isnâ€™t a clean gaming experience. Combat can be as exasperating as it is exhilarating, and playing solo can be a trying endeavor. Nevertheless, these pitfalls are somewhat compensated for by two epic campaigns that draw you into a rich world in new and exciting ways. Fans of this world will get the most out of The Lord of the Rings: Conquest, but gamers who are looking to battle in an epic setting and willing to weather some frustrating elements will find plenty of excitement on this journey through Middle-earth.
You can check out Gamespots review here.
Wired has gone a bit lower and given it a 5/10 here is a snippet of their review:
Multiplayer got more fun as more people joined the game, because it became possible to band together and use playersâ€™ varying talents to isolate and kill the other teamâ€™s members. This was complicated by the fact that, as of this writing, only six people were playing the PlayStation 3 version on Electronic Artsâ€™ public servers. (You can host your own games for your friends or for anyone, but the EA servers are where you go to jump in instantly.)
You can check also out Wired review here.
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