This game is a real time strategy game in which you will control the classic characters from The Lord of the Rings in order to keep the Middle Earth safe.
The game includes the scenes from the movies and books in order to make it a good adaptation of the original work. The environment will make you feel like if you were really in the world that Tolkien created. Select between good and evil campaigns and learn about the events in the fight for the ring.
Plot and characters
The game narrates the history of the War in the North. It includes characters from the books such as Tom Bombadil who did not appear in the movies. It also includes some other characters from The Hobbit which increase the diversity of the gameplay.
The Good faction presents characters like Gandalf and elven heroes like Glorfindel who has to fight against the threats of the wicked Sauron. Join the forces of Aragorn, Gimli and Galadriel to ensure the good faction is victorious. The Evil forces are commanded by Sauron and his minions. Play as Saruman, Wormtongue or the Nazgûl to take over the Middle Earth and rule the whole world with their dark magic.
Gameplay and technical aspects
This game provides an unique way to play with a great diversity of units and mechanics. The heroes are the main forces of your army, Galadriel for the Good and Sauron for the Evil. You will be able to build new constructions and create units like melee or ranged soldiers. Create a balanced army and learn about your strongest and weakest points to take advantage of. Propel your faction to win over your opponents.
The graphics are detailed enough to make you feel as you were inside Tolkien's world. The Mines of Moria, Rivendel or the siege of Dol Guldur are among the stages included in the game, and quite similar to the scenes from the movies.
LOTR The Battle for Middle Earth II Features
Here you can find the unique features that this game provides:
- Single player campaign
- Multiplayer mode
- New campaign missions: King of the Hill, Control Point, etc.
- New units for the factions
- New period to explore in the Middle-Earth history
- Improved War of the Ring mode
- New Hero Creation Tool
If you want to know more information, you can visit the official website
LOTR The Battle for Middle Earth II is a good strategy game for those fans of Tolkien's novels. Enjoy playing the characters of the movies and experiencing Middle Earth.
Some features are restricted
- Good graphics
- Addictive gameplay
- Excellent adaptation
- Not as good as it's competitors
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
I'm going to use this program for playing and for spend my free time having fun with some "Lord of The Ring" adventure because they are realy funny
to further my inteligence on becoming a true genius in the feild of lord of the rings. because i do belive it holds a wisdom far beyond that on
A Real-Time Strategy Game That Immerses You in a Battle in Middle Earth with Elves and Hobbits
By Sam James
On Tuesday, August 11, 2015
LOTR The Battle for Middle Earth II is an extremely good RTS game. Its campaign is unique, and the graphics and the visuals are very outstanding. Honestly, I am surprised with this game because it has so many positive reviews on the internet. I have been playing this one for about eight months now, and it has provided me the best gaming experience of my life. In my perception, this game is very enjoyable, and it works so well on my computer. Well, this game is totally good especially if you love the movie Lord Of The Ring. The game itself has a strong gameplay and excellent artwork and music. Also, the controller works well, and the campaign mode was fun and entertaining, but it is too short to be fully enjoyed. All in all, this game is a must have for an Real-time Strategy fan. The best game ever!
- Easy to learn and to understand
- Good graphics and sound effects
- Needs 5GB hard disk storage
EXPERIENCE THE FAN FAVOURITE GAME THAT PORTLAYS GOOD AND EVIL IN TOLKIENS FANTASY WORLD
By Dann Kamau
On Monday, June 15, 2015
LOTR: The Battle for the Middle Earth
This game is an adaptation from the movies and books of the Lord of the Rings. This game takes up some scenes from both the movie and the book. Its storyline is very good and interesting as it gives the real picture behind the plot. Tolkien created a world known as the Middle Earth with the main intention of making it a peaceful and prosperous world. There follows evil invaders who have bad intentions of taking over the Middle Earth and rule the whole world with their dark magic. At this point the game presents us two factions i.e the good and the bad side. On the good side you plays as Gandolf, Glorfield or even the forces of Aragon, Gimli and Galadriel to fight against the evil side. You can also play as Sauron and his minions like Saruman, Wormtongue or Nazugul to glorify the wicked side.
The graphics, special effects like visuals and sound are very good. The environment makes you really feel as if you are in the world Tolkien created, Check and enjoy as you play the sites like the Mines of Moria, Rividel and the Siege of Dol Guilder to see the kind of magic world Tolkien created.
- The graphics and special effects are quite good
- The adaptation from the original work is quite good
- The game can be very addictive
Create and control your army in the vast Middle Earth
By Pablo Conde Ferrer
On Monday, May 25, 2015
This release has the following modes: On the one hand we have the two single-player campaigns, one for the forces of evil and one for good. Artistic presentation of these battles is very good and you can recognize that it is based on the film by standing ten meters from the monitor. Each campaign has eight scenarios that take us about an hour each, giving us, if mathematics serves me, sixteen hours alone in this mode. The objectives of each stage are nothing to shout: destroy and conquer, all based on how many resources we put together and we do so quickly. At least the campaign of the dark forces have a couple of nice details, like attacking the Shire and see the hobbits burning in the flames of our dragons, or massacre the good of Tom Bombadil.For those who want to try something more "extreme" strategically speaking, is the War of the Ring mode, where we see a map of the earth mediadonde the idea the idea is to advance our fichitas shift to crossing with the enemy, where we the two typical choices: go into battle or let the machine automatically resolve it.
- battles possibilities are numerous due to the large number of units there.
- This game has more units, more enemies, more missions, more of everything than its predecessor
- to interaction with the elements on the map it is almost zero in the game mode War of the Ring