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LEGO® The Hobbit™

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LEGO® The Hobbit™

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Reclaim the Lost Kingdom brick by brick! Join Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, Thorin and his company of Dwarves in an epic adventure across Middle-earth to recapture the Lonely Mountain in the most expansive LEGO game to date.

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Reclaim the Lost Kingdom brick by brick! Join Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, Thorin and his company of Dwarves in an epic adventure across Middle-earth to recapture the Lonely Mountain in the most expansive LEGO game to date.


Key Features:

  • Battle ravenous Trolls, dangerous Orcs and many more!

  • Combine the Dwarves' unique abilities to solve puzzles - often with hilarious results!

  • Explore iconic locations in Middle-earth, from the Shire to Goblin-town and beyond.

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Publisher:
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
Developer:
TT Games
Genres:
Adventure, Mac
Source:
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
Released:
Friday, April 11, 2014
Modes:
Languages:
English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish

PC:

  • OS: Windows®XP SP3, Windows Vista/7/8 with latest service packs and updates installed
  • Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 EE 3800+ (22000 Mhz) or similar Intel CPU, such as Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180 (22000 Mhz)
  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS or ATI Radeon X1950 Pro or better
  • Network: Broadband internet connection required
  • DirectX Version: 10
  • Disk Space: 2 GB
  • Additional Notes: Windows XP and DirectX® 9.0b and below not supported

Mac:

  • OS: 10.9.5
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB VRAM*
  • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9400 and NVIDIA 320M. This game is not currently supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive).

PC:

  • OS Version: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • Processor: AMD or Intel Quad Core running at 4*2600 Mhz
  • Memory: 4 GB
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 or ATI Radeon HD 5850 or better
  • Network: Broadband internet connection required
  • DirectX Version: 11
  • Disk Space: 10 GB
  • Additional Notes: Windows XP and DirectX® 9.0b and below not supported

Mac:

  • OS: 10.10.1 +
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512MB VRAM*
  • Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: The following graphics cards are not supported: ATI X1xxx series, ATI HD2xxx series, Intel GMA series, Intel HD3000, NVIDIA 7xxx series, NVIDIA 8xxx series, NVIDIA 9400 and NVIDIA 320M. This game is not currently supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive).

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Overall score based on 12 reviews

80
Could have been more finished but still a great game

This game has got a lot of hate for not being finished, and I am upset it's not being finished, but what they did do is really good! I'm currently at 52% of total completion, and its a fun pastime after the story mode to go around by yourself or with a friend to try to find all the secrets! It's helpful that if you have only one steam controller, one person can play on the controller and the other on the keyboard. I love Middle-Earth, Lego and games, so this is a fantastic game for me. The way they make these LEGO games are incredible, and I am fascinated over how much they have in the game. It is a shame they don't make any DLC or new game for the third part of (The Battle of The Five Armies) but it is still a game with hours of fun, and i am shocked over how people are not recommending this game because it doesn't have the last part of the book (or the last movie). totally worth every hour, and I recommend this game for everyone who likes humor and The Hobbit!

90
Wonderfull Lego, like always.

Lego The Hobbit maintains the same successful gameplay of the old LEGO games, at which the puzzles, exploration and combat are the game's tonic, combined with a well-built plot in a good mood. The ambiance inspired by the classic book "The Hobbit", being quite faithful to the cinema films. The game's graphics remain the same as in previous titles, vaguely improved. The controls also have the same standards, which facilitates gameplay for all types of players. The downside is the game just provide a few challenges, be easier than usual. For those who want to make 100%, the game can be extremely repetitive. The soundtrack is very good and makes the player to engage further in the game. For anyone who is a fan of the Lego games this certainly can not miss in your library.

95
Must have Lego game!

The unexpected journey of Bilbo and the Dwarves Company is adapted, without major innovations, the now traditional formula of the LEGO games in a fun way. Puzzles, exploration and combat seem to follow endlessly, but before the monotony attack, the plot and the good humor of the story give the guys. Simple but not simplistic, "LEGO: The Hobbit" is another chapter in the franchise ready to introduce young players to the world of video games, and present the most experienced with a good dose of nostalgia. I recommend this to all the Lord of the Rings series fans, because this is an excellent game with the great story behind it!

86
HOBBiT!

this is a great squeal to the LOTR game and packs quiet a punch! Everything you love about the hobbit is in this game and the famous humor that Legos always puts in is enough to sell anyone who plays it as to why it is such a great fun game.

90
A solid sequel

Review originally posted on Steam. LEGO The Hobbit is, first and foremost, a LEGO game. There isn't a great deal different from other LEGO titles, in both bad and good ways. If you've tried LEGO games before and found them dull, I don't think this one will change your mind, but if you have an obsession for collection, this game will probably serve you well. First of all, some gripes. I really don't like how the game forces you to come back later and re-do things when you already have the means to complete them at your disposal, simply locked away. It takes advantage of a child's endless appetite for repetition (Pokemon, anyone?), but as an adult it gets frustrating at times. And speaking of frustrating, the game has some bugs too. I've had characters get stuck, once even in a game-breaking way in the middle of a story mission that locked out all buttons but Start and forced me to quit. The physics on hills and edges get weird sometimes and prevent you from jumping, which can sometimes lead to the stuck thing or lead to death in the middle of a jumping puzzle. I would also get random crashes for a while, which was fixed by turning off Raptr's integration completely, even the Track Gameplay part (the only part I actually use). And the end of the game cuts off at a really bad time, though that's not entirely their fault, since from what I understand the movie does too. Perhaps they should have waited for the third movie to come out to release this. Hopefully they put out some DLC to add in the final climax. It's literally only missing the last chapter or two from the book. Now that I've gotten that out of the way, the game is still fun. It's still cathartic to beat up LEGO objects and watch them explode into fountains of loot and studs. The gradual ramp of power and wealth starts to get quite high near the end, and I feel a bit Smaug looking over my vast collection of items and riches. Okay, I admit that pun was terrible. Moving on. None of the missions, quests, or puzzles are particularly difficult or complex, but are still fun nonetheless. Suitably accessible for a child but still enjoyable for an adult, a good balance. I'm about 28 hours in and I still haven't gotten tired of it. The bits of humor injected into the game here and there are a nice touch as well. My favorite gag is Azog's missing hand actually following him around and constantly taunting him. Great way to add flavor to the original movie script. And the voice acting clips taken from the movie are a nice touch to telling the story as well, as opposed to the silent approach of early LEGO games. By no means is LEGO The Hobbit without flaws, but if you're a fan of Traveller's Tales style of collect-a-thon games, this will be a shining Arkenstone in your collection. I picked it up for $5 on sale and more than got my money's worth out of it. Again, if you're tired of the LEGO formula or just really hate Tolkien it's probably a safe pass, but for everyone else, I'd definitely recommend giving it a try.

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