|Also for:||PSVita, 3DS, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, DS|
|Viewed:||3D Third-person, over the shoulder||Genre:||
|Developer:||Traveller's Tales||Soft. Co.:||Warner Brothers|
|Publishers:||Warner Brothers (GB)
||Released:||23 Nov 2012
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This has resulted in the largest open world yet for the series, a huge amount of gameplay material and plenty of cinematic sequences to parody in the style that Travellers Tales has become famous for. Family and friends can pair up and take a walk through the many famous locations within Middle Earth, experiencing countless dangers, solving riddles and battling foes on the way to Mount Doom.
Not only has Travellers Tales managed to squeeze as much content as possible from Peter Jacksons epic film adaptation into the game, there is also a lot of additional content from the original books too. Some of these are included in the form of references and locales that you can discover, others take the form of special quests that combine Lord of the Rings and LEGO action in one package.
Take a journey back to Middle-Earth, LEGO-style!
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