Articles tagged with: Lord of the Rings
You may not have realised it, but some time last week four PS3 games lost their online functionality forever. These cuts are in addition to a further six games that lost their online capabilities in February. Interestingly two of these games have only been on the market for just over a year.
In light of this, does it bother us that many of the games we now buy are effectively subject to a time limit on much of their content? and as paying customers are we concerned that developers seem to be ever reducing this time limit, whether we like it or not?
We don’t know what to think of The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest.
Sure, it’s been a while since our last Middle Earth gaming fix, but somehow we think this game isn’t marketed toward your average orc-slaying Númenórean.
There is now footage of the game. It kinda needs to be seen to be believed.
Variety reports that EA’s licence to publish Lord of the Rings games expired at the end of 2008 with the rights now reverting back to parent company Warner Bros.
Does this explain the shortcomings of Conquest that now appears to have been literally rushed out before the licence expired?
And what does this mean for future games?
EA announce a new batch of Middle Earth content for their recent Lord of the Rings: Conquest game. The first batch, in a gracious display of altruism, was totally free.
This time however they want you to part with some cash for the privilege.
PS3 Attitude goes back to Middle Earth with a review of EA’s The Lord of the Rings: Conquest. How have things held up since Sauron tore it a new one? Not too good it seems. One Review to Rule Them All … etc. etc.