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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

You control Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli fighting across the Plains of Rohan battling evil alike to the ferocious battle at Helms Deep.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Aragorn (voice)
Legolas (voice)
Gimli (voice)
Frodo Baggins (voice)
Gandalf (voice)
Rick Watts ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Chris Kelley ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Don Veca ...
Lurtz (voice)
Isildur's Lieutenant / Captain of Rohan (voice)
Eowyn of Rohan (voice)
Nina Dobner ...
Civilians (voice)
Galadriel (archive footage)
Saruman the White (archive footage)
Elrond (archive footage)


Based on the movie The Two Towers, the video game follows up the adventures of Aragorn the Ranger, Legolas the Elf and Gimli the dwarf. When the three companions are pledged to aid King Theoden of Rohan against the forces of Saruman's army of Uruk-Hai, you play through levels such as the Westfold, The Plains of Rohan and more to save the future of Rohan. Written by commanderblue

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Release Date:

22 October 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Le Seigneur des Anneaux: Les Deux Tours  »

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Was jokingly called "The Two Hours" by some gamers, since most people were able to finish the game in a matter of hours. See more »


Saruman the White: You fool, it is time for you to stop. You did not believe a ragtag ranger could contend with my will did you? I am beyond your power! You shall pay for your arrogance...
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Almost less fun than watching the over-rated movies
31 March 2003 | by See all my reviews

STAR RATING:*****Unmissable****Very Good***Okay**You Could Go Out For A Meal Instead*Avoid At All Costs

It's a shame to have to write a lousy review for my first ever reviewed video game on this site,but here it is.It opens with an unnecessary and dead boring prologue about how the rings were forged and how Lord Sauron poured all his venom and hatred into the ring he got handed,which you can't skip past no matter how many bloody times you hit the START button.When it eventually gets into gameplay mode,it's in the middle of a heated battle.With loads of people fighting.Boy,that makes it really easy to tell who it is you're supposed to be playing ,doesn't it?When you eventually find your game play character,battle is certainly very frenetic,and this was almost certainly the game makers intention.Well,fantastic guys,but,er,slight problem.It really starts to wear your thumbs out after a while.Long before the level's finished,in fact.And the same can be said for the next level,where you are required to relentlessly attack figures in long dark coats (or 'foul beings',as,er,Aragon calls them) ,with the intention of supposedly pushing them backward into a mini campfire thingie.I was unable to get past this level,because my thumbs just kunner' take no more.But it just remains to be said that,despite quite impressive graphics,unlike Blade 2,in this instance the translation to game has helped a disliked film become no less disliked,and,in this case,made me no less a 'ringophile' than I was before.**

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