Releasing The Lord of the Rings: War in the North this week in Europe may be a bold move on Warner Bros.' part considering most players are expecting another RPG. Not that the two games fall into the same category as War in the North belongs to the hack and slash genre more than anything else. However, there are still RPG elements in Snowblind's new title as the characters' characteristics and gear can be upgraded. It should also be mentioned that up to three players can play the whole adventure, local or online. Here are three homemade videos so you can decide whether or not you might be interested.
@alimokrane: alreadly got it ordered. Obvious ot was going to be good given the last 2. (10 minutes ago)
Persona 5 review from Eurogamer (ESSENTIAL!): [url] (55 minutes ago)
I have great sympathy for Battle(non)sense: [url] (1 Hour ago)
@MikeManiac61: Didn't buy them yet.. I probably will eventually.. but I don't play BF1 much. (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX: You've played the latest maps yet, Grift? (1 Hour ago)
But that all changed when they added the desert eagle to BF4. Guns shouldn't be part of premium. They should be for everyone. (1 Hour ago)
My only real problem with DICE's DLC approach is that it includes unlocks that are playable on vanilla content. Back in BF3 we could pretend that they were "sidegrades" and it didn't impact balance.. (1 Hour ago)