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LEGO The Hobbit - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
127 customer reviews
Metascore: 70 / 100

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  • Explore Middle-earth and visit key locations from the films, including Bag End, and trek through the treacherous High Pass over The Misty Mountains
  • Partake in Treasure Quests, mine for gems, discover loot from enemies, and craft powerful magical items or build immense new LEGO structures.
  • Play as your favorite characters from The Hobbit films, including Bilbo, Gandalf, and the Dwarves: Thorin, Fili, Kili, Oin, Gloin, Dwalin, Balin Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori and Ori.
  • Collect, combine and forge new items in the Blacksmith Shop using Mithril, the most precious metal in Middle-earth.
  • Triumph in a game of riddles and learn to wield the power of The One Ring.
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From the makers of the immensely popular LEGO The Lord of the Rings, comes LEGO The Hobbit, inspired by the first two films in The Hobbit Trilogy: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and the upcoming The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, productions of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM) as well as the collection of LEGO The Hobbit constructions sets. The interactive game of LEGO The Hobbit allows gamers to play along their favorite scenes from the films and follows the Hobbit Bilbo Baggins as he is recruited by the Wizard Gandalf to aid Thorin Oakenshield and his Company of Dwarves. Bilbo leaves the comforts of the Shire on a journey through Middle-earth to help the Dwarves reclaim their lost Kingdom of Erebor within the Lonely Mountain. Along the way, he is introduced to ravenous Trolls, dangerous Orcs and, of course, Gollum and his precious Ring. Players will utilize and combine the Dwarves' unique abilities - often with hilarious results - to solve the most diverse Quests of any LEGO videogame to date.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B00GY4OBB0
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 8, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,276 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 8, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I'm two rounds in and already loving it. It's a lot like Lego Lord of the Rings but a little different, too. I'm a Lego video game addict - so I will update as I go. Lego keeps setting up certain standards for their games and this game (so far) lives up to those lofty standards. The Lego dwarves are my favorite so far. A lot of them have "special talents" which are fun to play with. Will update later as I progress.
I've finished the first go around for all the events in the first movie. I love the added tweaks and am a huge fan of a big "roam" area - which this has. The Christopher Lee narration between the chapters is a nice touch. Much of the game play is just like LOTR - although you build certain things at little stations (which was introduced in Lego The Movie). I'm probably done for today - but it is still massively fun.

Edit update: I'm getting close to the end of the original play through. I think I have two levels left (not 100 percent sure -- just finished with Gandalf discovering Sauron). I should finish main game play tonight and then get to play with the free roam. I'm still really enjoying it (had to tear myself away this afternoon to go to work -- which is a bummer). There are a few different things in this that make it interesting -- including mining ore and collecting materials for trade. I can't wait to start getting some red bricks and doing the cleanup. A+ so far.

Edit update: I'm about 36.4 percent done now. The cleanup is extensive in this one -- which is what I like, so I have no complaints. Still having a great time. Think I'll probably really make some headway on the game on my days off this week.

Edit update: I'm more than 70 percent done now.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Schenk on April 10, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
If you liked LEGO LOTR, you'll like this too. The gameplay is pretty much the same with some new additions, and the world is bigger. In fact this game is advertised as being the largest LEGO game yet. That said, it's still like LEGO LOTR where all the areas are still pretty small and close together (don't expect Skyrim). But there's more to collect, and more to explore. Right off the bat I was thrilled that I could visit (for the first time) the Grey Havens even though they didn't go there in The Hobbit. The story does NOT send you there (relax book fans), but if you want to visit then go ahead. And even though the narrative in the book, movie, and game skips from the Shire to the Trollshaws, that doesn't stop you from making a U-Turn and revisiting Weathertop and Bree. You can even visit the Old Forest and Tom Bombadil's house! Again, they didn't go there in the book, and the story in the game doesn't take you there either, but that won't stop you if you want to visit those places on your own.

There are some parts in this game that were in the book but not in the movies, like having to cross the black river in Mirkwood that makes you fall asleep if you fall in. Something else I found interesting was that, in the game, the High Fells where Gandalf enters the crypt where the Nazgul are buried are located WEST of the Misty Mountains in the North of Rhudaur, where they were originally supposed to be when the movie was going to be two films. (Originally, Gandalf was going to go there right after Rivendell.) Yet in the game, he still goes there after he leaves the party in the second film.

It's fun playing the barrel sequence and actually getting to play the scene with Bombur from the movie!
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ben on July 5, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
**Update on this. I discovered via another website's forums, this was caused by the most recent software update for this game. Others experienced the same issue. The workaround is to uninstall the update.

/* original comment */

I'm very disappointed with the game. This is due to the software bugs. I'm unable to progress in the Story mode of the game. I've never experienced this, on previous Lego titles. I've experienced the occasional lock-up before. But, never a progression halting bug like this.

I'm at the end of the "The Necromancer" level. Upon completion of the final area of this chapter, the game finishes the ending cut-scene, then "black". The game stops responding. Tried restarting entire level, power-cycle, etc. Nothing after 5 attempts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By V. Martin on September 17, 2014
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
My 9-year-old son and I have played all of the LEGO games and this one is my favorite. It was frustrating at first because we'd just finished Lego Marvel Superheroes and loved being able to fly. Plus, there was a bit of a learning curve, because it's hard to remember which dwarf has which skill (who has the shovel? who can shoot targets?). But once we got rolling, we really enjoyed it.

My favorite things:
1. The side quests had a nice variety of puzzles, obstacle courses, and "defeat the boss" challenges. Several were tricky but none were impossible. Plus, it was easy to keep track of which ones we'd done vs. which ones we needed to finish. This was the first Lego game we were able to finish 100%.
2. As with all of the Lego games, you collect bricks for completing certain tasks (completing a level, collecting a certain number of studs, etc.) but in this case you actually need them because they're used to forge Mithril treasure items
3. The Lego build mini-games
4. The level of detail is amazing. I didn't realize just how awesome it was until I'd played the game and then saw the movie a second time. Whenever you travel to Bree on the map, it's dark and rainy. Why? Because in the movie, the scene set in Bree is at night and in the rain. And in Bree, one of the side quests is to get 50 carrots for one of the villagers, because in the movie, Peter Jackson is seen (briefly) eating a carrot.

Loved this game. Can't wait for part 2.
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