The lights are on
If you like being surprised, you should probably move onto another story. If, on the other hand, you can't get enough Lord of the Rings and/or Lego games, you've come to the right place. Warner has announced Lego Lord of the Rings, which pretty much speaks for itself at this point.
The debut trailer below shows off a few scenes from the first film, The Fellowship of the Ring, including the appearance of a cave troll, and the encounter with the Balrog (and his disgusting breath). Like the upcoming Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, this one appears to be fully voiced. We'll have to wait and see if Warner got permission to either use dialogue directly from the films or managed to wrangle together some of the original cast for some new recordings. There's also no official word on what platforms it'll be coming out on, but if past installments are any indication, it'll drop on just about every available system on the planet.
What do you think? Are you ready to go on another adventure with that hunky Aragorn fellow?
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Ive been expecting this one for a while
These Lego games must make a lot of money. Seriously.
Do want, would buy.
I'm a fan, that should be all sorts of fun, but like the DC Lego 2, not sure how I feel about the actual voice overs...
I am so bloody excited for this. I mean, yeah it's another lego game but...Lord Of The Rings!
looks like an amzing game cant wait to play
Yay I want this soo bad.
Is nothing sacred?!
Someone give that Balrog breath mints.
As always I get excited when I see a new Lego game that covers something I love, but then I think back and remember how repetitive and boring these games are. But who knows, maybe I'll try it out.
one ring to rule them all
About time. I will buy this, yup. Lego Pirates was actually quite fun, and is one of the few games my girlfriend plays with me.
This is my inroad to get her to start playing LotR games, mwahahaha.
i didnt like any of the lego games so far. but this intrigues me for some reason. hmm.