|Medium level animated violence|
|Release date:||27 November 2002|
|Publisher:||Vivendi Universal Games|
Immerse yourself in the world of Middle-earth, with massive environments, devilish conundrums, deadly creatures and a magic that can only come from a faithful rendition of Tolkien's epic novel.
With Electronic Arts' marketing machine for the excellent Two Towers game crushing all in its path, you may be unaware of the 'other' Lord of the Rings game out at roughly the same time. Universal Interactive's The Fellowship of the Ring is based solely on Tolkien's novels (rather than Peter Jackson's movies) and delves much deeper into the world of Middle-earth than EA's game or indeed the movies manage. Follow the unlikely hero Frodo as he leaves the safety and comfort of The Shire and embarks on a quest that will put his very life in danger in order to save the world. In this action packed adventure, you'll get to play as three members of the Fellowship, Frodo, Aragorn and Gandalf the Grey as they journey through the depths of Moria and onto the shores of the River Anduin.
Immerse yourself in the world of Middle-earth, with massive environments, devilish conundrums, deadly creatures and a magic that can only come from a faithful rendition of Tolkien's epic novel. A refreshing change from the iconic and ever-visible imagery of Elijah Wood's Frodo, this unique interpretation lets you experience events not even alluded to in the movies. Fantasy and RPG fans looking for the definitive LotR adventure needn't look very far because in this they have found The One Game to rule them all.
- Detailed and authentic interpretation of JRR Tolkien's epic novel
- Play as three characters: Frodo, Aragorn and Gandalf the Grey
- Events, challenges and creatures unseen in Peter Jackson's 2001 movie
- Enchanting mix of combat, RPG and puzzle-solving action