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The Lord of the Rings: Mines of Moria - PC

by Turbine
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
85 customer reviews
Metascore: 85 / 100
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  • Live the Legend: Join the only massively multiplayer online game based on the extensive and beloved fantasy universe of J.R.R. Tolkien and adventure through renowned places like the Shire and Bree, and now Moria, and the dark heart of the Misty Mountains.
  • Reach level 60 with thousands of character customizations: 4 races, 9 classes, 10 professions, 7 vocations, + over 1,000 titles, skills and traits. Over 3,500 monsters & over 500 authentic landmarks in nearly 100 million square meters of Middle-earth!
  • Explore 3 new regions & 12 expansive areas of Moria. New graphics technology brings this underground realm to life like never before, with stunning vistas crafted by the Dwarves of Khazad-dûm. Delve deeper into the darkness.
  • Design and create legendary items as renown as Bilbo’s Sting! Your hero’s gear will evolve and grow in power along with you, leading to truly unique end-game items!
  • Fight for the dark side with monster play, the revolutionary monster vs. player (PvMP) combat feature, now with 5 more ranks, Artifact Control, and a live online leader board to showcase your achievements.
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The 2007 PC MMO Game of the Year returns with an all-new breakthrough title! The Lord of the Rings Online: Mines of Moria drops you into the dark majesty of the world beneath Middle-earth. Explore a truly vast underground environment like you’ve never seen before. Battle the terrors of the Nameless Deep with new legendary items that evolve and grow in power as you do. Experience the dread and wonder of Moria as one of the new Rune-keeper and Warden classes. Achieve greatness as you seek to claim the knowledge and power lost for generations! This Complete Edition includes the original title Shadows of Angmar, all content updates, plus the Mines of Moria expansion.

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  • ASIN: B001FS7FE0
  • Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 17, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,674 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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77 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 24, 2009
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I couldn't help but think that, over and over, when I made the jump from World of Warcraft (WoW) to Lord of the Rings Online (LotRO). If you've never seen the original Japanese Iron Chef show, when one of the judges describes what they're eating as being "for grown-ups," it usually means that it's restrained in seasoning, elegant, subtle. A fruit ice cream that gives you more of a floral, fruity taste than a sugar rush, or an expertly-grilled cut of meat that requires you do nothing more than sit there and let it melt in your mouth. Art, in a word, the sheer beauty of which is beyond the comprehension of children.

It's sad, in a way, that it's impossible to talk about a modern Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game without talking about WoW. In essence, WoW more or less fails to be the very best at any one thing in order to be second best at almost everything. It's kind of like McDonald's. It's probably not going to ever be your favorite place to eat, but you'll probably eat there more than any other single place in your life. It's the game that everyone can agree on. When the topic is MMOs, it's a point of reference; the question isn't, "how good is the game," it's, "how is it, compared to WoW?"

What makes LotRO really shine is not that it does things in unique ways, but that it does that with a purpose, and it does it extremely well. Everything is about serving the story and the atmosphere. I cannot stress that enough. More than any of the myriad MMOs I've played to date, LotRO is an unabashed worshiper of the art of telling a good story, and telling it well.
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By -BigDaddy- on November 25, 2008
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Turbine did a great job with this expansion.

They added two new classes: the warden and the rune keeper. I was happy with concept behind the classes.

The warden is a mix between the champion(melee AOE DPS), and the guardian(tank). Great solo class! They are officially a tank class, but again, they have decent DPS as well. They have a "gambit" system. What this is, is when you click skills in a certain succession, you will come up with a certain special skill to use. It's good to memorize the gambits and what skills get them to pop up. Some heal, others do extra damage, still others give better blocking, etc...

The rune keeper is a fairly advanced class. I thought it was a lot of fun, but there is a bit of a learning curve - especially if you are new to the game. That said, once they come into their own, they can be great ranged DPS(second to the hunter), and great healers(second to the minstrel). There is a range bar that goes both ways. The more it climbs one way, the more the skills get powerful. The reverse is true as well though. If you are blasting things with your DPS skills, your heals will be weaker(some will not even be available) - and vice versus.

They overhauled the graphics a bit. I noticed they looked sharper right away.

I like the new legendary items. Even if you are one who likes to race to the max level, you can still continue to advance because the items also level up as well. As they level they get more powerful.

Next is the new areas themselves. I have only been playing a few months, so I am not an authority in this area. That said, many of my kinsmen(guild mates) have been there. They say the graphics are really awesome, and give you a real sense of being in an underground ancient civilization.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Green Witch on December 1, 2008
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Just wanted to add a quick review of this online game. Awesome, beautiful, extremely well thought-out, very polished. I tried this game during late beta and couldn't get past the "noobie" area ~ thought it was boring... Well I was in between games a few months ago and saw LOTRO had a 14 day free trial and gave it a second look. Again was bored during the beginning noobie section but I forced myself to play through it... sooo glad I did! This game really starts to shine at around level 10 and only gets better as you level-up.

I would say the player base is perhaps a little older than the average MMO and is top notch! I have asked questions in the /advice channel several times and have always got a respectful and helpful answer. Try that in EQ2/AoC and chances are you will get flamed =(

Some servers are more populated than others... I started (unbeknownst to me) on a newer, sparsly populated server and ended-up switching to another server after about a month. Just go to the forums and do a search to find the more populated servers.

I have played MANY MMO's over the past decade (showing my age a bit there ~ lol) Even met my Husband in one. To compare your MMO likes/dislikes with mine: my favorite MMO was DAoC. WOW just never appealed to me and is one of the few MMO's I have not tried. LOTRO is perhaps the closest thing to DAoC EXCEPT it's "RvR" is considerably different.

Anyway, there is a lot more to this game than meets the eye at first, give it enough time (and research on their forums) and you will probably not regret it. They add free (and worth while) content regularly.

LOTRO is the best kept secret MMO out there!
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