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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2002)

This follows the hobbit, Frodo Baggins and his loyal friends: Samwise Gamgee, Peregrin Took and Meriadoc Brandybuck set out against all evil to take the One Ring to Mordor to destroy it. ... See full summary »





Cast overview:
Gandalf / Nali / Harry Goatleaf (voice)
Aragorn / Tom Bombadil / Barliman Butterbur / Black Rider (voice) (as Darren Norris)
Sam Gamgee / Old Noakes / Hal Hornblower (voice)
Cliff Broadway ...
Sam Gamgee (Xbox version) (voice)
Pippin / Robin Smallburrow / Minto Burrows (as James Taylor)
Merry / Gollum / Lotho Sackville-Baggins / Ted Sandyman (voice)
Legolas / Milo Burrows / Mugwort (voice)
Galadriel / Lobelia / Rosie Cotton (voice)
Frodo Baggins / Lord Celeborn / Glorfindel (voice)


This follows the hobbit, Frodo Baggins and his loyal friends: Samwise Gamgee, Peregrin Took and Meriadoc Brandybuck set out against all evil to take the One Ring to Mordor to destroy it. With the help of Gandalf the Grey and Aragorn son of Arathorn and the rest of the Fellowship of the Ring.

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Adventure | Fantasy





Release Date:

20 December 2002 (Poland)  »

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Władca pierścieni: Drużyna Pieśscienia  »

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Gaffer Gamgee: No, Mr. Baggins has gone away. Left this morning.
Black Rider: Why... did Baggins go?
Gaffer Gamgee: Why's none of my business, or yours!
Black Rider: Wherrre... did Baggins go?
Gaffer Gamgee: Well that's no secret. He's walking to Bucklebury or some such place.
Black Rider: Isss... this place... far from here?
Gaffer Gamgee: Yes, quite a way's down the East Road. Never been there myself, they're a strange lot in Buckland.
Black Rider: Can you sssend... a message?
Gaffer Gamgee: No I can't give no message, now good night to you!
[Black Rider shrieks, and Gaffer cowers in fear]
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #28.11 (2002) See more »


There Is an Inn
Words by J.R.R. Tolkien
Performed by Steve Staley
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Easy, yet enjoyable, J.R.R Tolkien's books receive a worthy PS2 adaptation!
14 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Lord of the Rings has become perhaps the biggest franchise of the decade. The last film was the second most successful film of all time, all of the films won Oscars, and loads of games for various consoles have been made for it. This was the first one - it is based on the book, not the movie. However, it is only different to the movie in one part - it has an extra level - the Old Forest. The graphics in this game are superb for 2002, the fight sequences are well done and made, the characters actually look like they do in the film, and the fact that you can play as different ones makes this game even better. However, there is one small problem - the game is so goddamn short. It would be perfectly possible to complete it in a day, and none of the levels really infuriate you to the soul. The fact that you can save your game as many times as you like, when you like, only makes this game easier. Die-hard gamers will feel slightly browned off, and the fact you can't play as Gimli or Legolas (or even a different Hobbit) is slightly disappointing. But the characters you can play as are the main highlights of the trilogy, and each have their own special abilities. Easily infuriated people will never get angry at this game, and I myself will probably play it in the future, because what there is of it is a great job well done.

Despite being ridiculously easy, this is a worthy adaptation of J.R.R Tolkien's best-selling book, and is very enjoyable. I recommend it! 7/10

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