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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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Eye Candy is stepped up alittle for the Next Gen (PS4)
Controls are just like they have always been with the lego games not completely 100% on execution of the movements but not enough to keep you from complete enjoyment.
Soundtrack is 100% Middle Earth (Hobbit/LOTR)
10gb is what it will take up on your PS4 hard drive.
Adventure, Puzzles and lots of legos. What else could you ask for?
If you seen the first two movies you know what to expect story wise.
If you haven't seen the first 2 Hobbit movies you may want to watch as may contain some spoilers for your movie enjoyment.
Enjoyment for the whole household. 5 and Up.
I see the Media is giving this average and less than average scores.
This Game you can spend hours just exploring.
It has its moments with camera angles. but what game dont?
Items you pick up can be used for the section you use them at for building Bridges and other items.
Great learning tool for the building part for the young ones as they can look at the shape and match it by selecting the next piece.
Hours of enjoyment with or without the kids.
While not finished with the game thus far I have found the game covers very accurately covers the movies with a little bit of the child-level humor Lego games are known for. The voice work is all pulled from the movie so you're hearing the actual actors deliver their lines rather than a voice over guy trying to imitate Sir Ian McKellen. It really ads to the experience.
New to the Lego series with The Hobbit is the system of crafting and looting. This is what really sets the game apart from its predecessors and it promises hours of additional gameplay after you've finished the main story. With every item you smash for studs you can also get materials. You use those materials to fulfill side quests or create unique items via blacksmithing. The unique items require blueprints though so you have to find those in missions and in the open world. It promises to keep me busy for quite some time!
Overall I enjoy the gameplay, the story, and am pleasantly surprised with how much there is to do in the game. It is my new favorite entry in the Lego series.
(Accompanying photos include me as I was playing it the first time, followed by Warner Bros. announcement in March that it won't be releasing the last installment via DLC. Thanks, guys.)
The characters, scenes, plot, minigames, challenges, etc. were all absolutely perfect. I watched the first two movies at some point while playing this game and was in awe of how perfectly everything matched up. The detail is phenomenal. The main world, like when you are just wandering around exploring, not playing a level, is huge. Seriously I kept getting lost until I unlocked flying from place to place on the map. Even then I kept mixing places up. It's incredible.
I played about half of this game by myself and half with a friend in 2-player mode and it is really fun both ways. Upon beating the game, I did experience one unfortunate glitch. You are supposed to collect all the red bricks and the last one never popped up for me. Every other aspect of the game worked perfectly so I'm not sure what happened. I was upset I couldn't beat the whole thing officially, but I loved the game so much I'll honestly probably play it all the way through again anyways.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love the Lego games. Would of been nice if this were all three movies, but it still lives up to the wonderful world Lego video games.Published 25 days ago by Matthew Nicholson
This game is fun, but really tedious with all the switch from day to night and what not. Plus, this was only the first one of the trilogy and it doesn't look like they are going to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrea
great but a few bad concepts such as
Not being able to play as any exras untill the end of the game
LOTS AND LOTS OF GLITCHES!!!!!!!!! Read more
I love it. Very engageing but stops after the second movie. I wish they made a Five Armies downloadPublished 2 months ago by Patricia Bily