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Turbine will unveil a playable version of The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar™, the world's first and only massively multiplayer online (MMO) role-playing game based upon the literary works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
The new Lord of the Rings Online game (a massively muliplayer online role-playing game) has released a new trailer showing off the game engine. Looks quite impressive!
EA has shipped the sequel to its popular real-time strategy game, and it should be available at your local retailer.
"Turbine, Inc. announced today that Midway Home Entertainment Inc. will co-publish (along with Turbine) and distribute The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar in North America. The Lord of the Rings Online is the world's first and only massively multiplayer online (MMO) role playing game based upon the literary works of J.R.R. Tolkien..."
The sequel to the popular real-time-strategy game will be released on March 2nd.
Decipher has announced the Expanded Middle-earth collection for it's popular Lord of the Rings Customizable Card Game. The new sets will be available on February 17th at regular retailers, and online.
Download the newest Lord of the Rings game... and this one looks especially nice!
Electronic arts has announced that the PC real-time strategy game Lord of the Rings, The Battle for Middle-earth II will be built for the Xbox 360 and released this summer.
Listen to a podcast back from 2002 before The Two Towers came out...
"Electronic Arts announced today that The Lord of the Rings: Tactics, a PSP-exclusive strategy title based on J.R.R. Tolkien's wildly popular fantasy universe, is now shipping to North American stores..."
The well-known character actor will be lending his talents to an upcoming LOTR real-time strategy game.
Take a look at loads of pictures and a trailer for the upcoming game to be released for the Playstation Portable (PSP).
"It came as a surprise to many when Jackson announced that Ubisoft, not EA, would be developing and publishing the game version of his remake of King Kong, due out on December 14. However, the primary reason Jackson, an avid gamer himself, gave was perfectly plausible..."
"Well, for this game we're excited about the giving the player the ability to play as the Host of Mordor. That's not a plotline from either the books or the movies, but it's something that we've been wanting to do for a long time..."