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Lego the Hobbit: The Video Game (2014)

Lego The Hobbit: The Video Game (original title)
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Relive the adventures of the first two hobbit movies in Lego style.

Director:

James McLoughlin

Writer:

Dewi Roberts (additional dialogue)
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Credited cast:
Christopher Lee ... Narrator / Saruman the White (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Armitage ... Thorin Oakenshield (voice) (archive footage)
Sarah Beck Mather ... Elf (voice)
John Bell ... Bain (voice) (archive footage)
Manu Bennett ... Azog (voice) (archive footage)
Tim Bentinck ... Additional Voices (voice)
Cate Blanchett ... Galadriel (voice) (archive footage)
Orlando Bloom ... Legolas (voice) (archive footage)
Liz May Brice ... Additional Voices (voice)
Jed Brophy ... Nori (voice) (archive footage)
Adam Brown ... Ori (voice) (archive footage)
John Callen ... Oin (voice) (archive footage)
Clare Corbett ... Additional Voices (voice)
Benedict Cumberbatch ... Smaug / Necromancer (voice) (archive footage)
Lottie Deakin-Berry Lottie Deakin-Berry ... (voice)

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Bilbo Baggins, a simple Hobbit of the Shire is a Hobbit who doesn't like adventures accompanys 13 Dwarves and the Wizard Gandalf on a Quest to reclaim the Dwarves home of Erebor from the Dragon Smaug. Gandalf also has his own side quest regarding a familiar Shadow that is taking shape in an abandoned fortress called Dol Guldur.

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Even though Lego the Hobbit: The Video Game is supposed to be about the entire Hobbit Franchise, The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies was not added to the game. See more »

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The second LEGO video game I've played on PC and in my whole life
5 February 2015 | by boris_kolarovSee all my reviews

After playing the awesome LEGO Marvel Superheroes I decided to try this LEGO game. And it was very fun.

The best part were the levels. The cut-scenes were very well made. It wasn't problem for me that the voices we hear are audio from the Hobbit films. I liked to hear again orcs talking on their language. The level design is great and after you unlock more characters with different abilities you can come back to replay a level and find the secrets of it. After I finished the game it felt for me unfinished. I thing it would have been better to be released after the third movie comes out.

After you finish the levels you can explore the Middle-earth. There you can complete side quests, buying characters or making new items.

The character variety isn't that great. Most of the characters, unlocked through the entire game are just versions of one characters. Take for instance Bilbo. We have a Hobbiton Bilbo, Bilbo with the clothes in the first film, a Lake-town Bilbo and a old Bilbo. Characters like orcs or other characters are also some kind of copy-paste. Well very helpful characters during the free play were for me the Necromancer and Sam.

Exploring the Middle-earth was super. Hobitton looked beautiful during the day. I felt Bree was meant to visited during night time. There you'll find the blacksmith were you can make tools with the designs you've found in the levels or in the Middle-earth.

LEGO The Hobbit is good and fun game which deserves to be played.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 April 2014 (USA) See more »

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