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LEGO The Hobbit (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
4.6 out of 5 stars 160 customer reviews

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  • Play as your favorite characters from The Hobbit films, including Bilbo, Gandalf, and the Dwarves: Thorin, Fili, Kili, Oin, Gloin, Dwalin, Balin Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori and Ori.
  • Collect, combine and forge new items in the Blacksmith Shop using Mithril, the most precious metal in Middle-earth
  • Triumph in a game of riddles and learn to wield the power of The One Ring.
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B00HFTORNK
  • Release Date: 11 April 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,933 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:Xbox 360  |  Edition:Standard Edition

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LEGO The Hobbit is based on the first two films of The Hobbit Trilogy, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, productions of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (MGM). Additional content based on the third film, The Hobbit: There and Back Again, is planned to be available at a future release date.

LEGO The Hobbit will take players on epic quests and a variety of adventures as they explore key locations from the films, such as Lake-town, Dale, Erebor, Bag End, Goblin-town, Mirkwood, Rivendell and the treacherous High Pass over the Misty Mountains. Fans will also assume the roles of their favorite characters, including Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, and the Dwarves of Erebor: Thorin, Fíli, Kíli, Óin, Glóin, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori and Ori, each possessing a unique and hilarious ability. One of the main new features of the game allows players to utilize the Dwarves’ combined abilities such as buddy fighting, two-player attack, staff climb, mace swing and belly bounce to help them fight Orcs and fouler things or to progress through the game.

Friends and family will enjoy discovering Middle-earth through the easy access drop-in, drop-out gameplay option available on the consoles. Together players will navigate 16 levels, unlock more than 90 playable characters and partake in diverse treasure quests, mine for gems, discover loot from enemies, craft powerful magical items, and collect objects as they triumph in a game of riddles and discover the power of The One Ring.

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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Edition
The Lord of the Rings trilogy is my all time fave Lego game (and I've played most of them) so the bar was set really high for the Hobbit, and although it isn't quite as good as TLOTR it is still a suberb game with some great levels and is much better than the last Lego game I played: `Marvel Avengers.' For me the ONLY way to play the Lego games is in co-op mode as this really brings the titles to life, and its this mode of play that my review is based upon.

There are however, pros and cons to Lego the Hobbit and a few cumbersome new additions detract a little from the overall package.

Pros:

* Great graphics. Lego LOTR and the Hobbit are two of the best looking lego games with some awesome backdrops. These two games really do set the standard for graphics in the Lego games.

* Great sound. Love the music and movie dialogue. Great sound effects and music.

* Some really good level design such as the sequences in Hobbiton, the stone giants, goblin town, caves, and the Lonely Mountain, which are way more enjoyable than the same sequences were in the film. I enjoyed the puzzles/gameplay and always looked forward to returning to the game to play the next level, just as I did with the Lord of The Rings, whereas for some video games playing them can seem like a chore.

* Lots of fun.

* The buddy up system is interesting and for the most part works well and is a good addition to the overall gameplay mix.

Cons:

* No instruction booklet, which means that sometimes knowing what to do, is a problem. The onscreen instructions are so tiny and often completely unreadable despite the fact they appear in a large dialogue box that blocks the screen. The in-game text is also tiny.
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I have all the LEGO games and this dosn't Disappoint! Its a LARGE game with great graphics and lots of different things to do. The game is similar to lord of the rings which was my fav lego game. I reccomend this game to anyone - kids and adults alike. 5*
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I don't know where to begin really but having played this game through on story mode I found it pretty frustrating and dull, gone are all the fun puzzles from previous Lego games to be replaced with grinding in the form of having to collect resources to built items. There's no skill required for this compared to the older games where a puzzle would require some thinking about how to approach a problem and complete it. They've tried to innovate and come up with new ideas to extend game-play compared to earlier games but it's at the expense of any challenge being built into the game and just copying mini-games from other games (like the Fable series). Comparing it to LOTR (which was too long) it just doesn't have the same edge and I've not found myself wanting to go back to play through free play mode.

Additionally this game has also locked up on me a few times in only a few hours of play (which has been a problem with Lego Marvel Superheroes and Lego Batman 2, I'd have hoped they would have fixed this by now), also as this game is only the first 2 Hobbit films with the final film going to be available as some download content with no word if this will be free or paid for I'm a bit suspicious if they'll want me to dig into my pockets again.

This is the last Lego game I'll buy at release, from now on it will be when they are £15 or cheaper, I'd suggest anyone looking at this waits a while and picks it up for £15 and when we know if we have to pay for the DLC.
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By S P Mead TOP 500 REVIEWER on 5 May 2016
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard Edition
“Lego: The Hobbit” is a fantasy action-adventure videogame, which serves as a follow-up to the earlier “Lego: Lord of the Rings” game. It is part of the ongoing Lego franchise, and is based on the first two Hobbit films. It’s a really fun game, bright and colourful, and is suitable for children (age 7+) and adults. It does allow for 2-players (using a split screen).

The gameplay is similar to other Lego games, and you control a character – with over 90 to select from – as you proceed to engage in a series of missions. There’s lots of fighting, object-building, and puzzle solving. Each character has unique abilities, and there are lots to choose from, such as: Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, and the Dwarves of Erebor: Thorin, Fíli, Kíli, Óin, Glóin, Dwalin, Balin, Bifur, Bofur, Bombur, Dori, Nori and Ori. And there are many different environments to play in, such as: as Lake-town, Dale, Erebor, Bag End, Goblin-town, Mirkwood, Rivendell and the High Pass over the Misty Mountains.

The story follows that of the films, being based on “An Unexpected Journey” and “The Desolation of Smaug”. Unfortunately, the third film in the series – “The Battle of the Five Armies” – is not included (nor is it available as DLC). The more serious elements of the movies are not included in the game, and instead it develops a more humorous approach.

On the Xbox 360 the graphics are good, as is the audio quality. This is a well-made game, and brings to life – as only Lego can – the fun and adventure of the film series. It took me about 10 hours of casual play to complete the story (and I think it would take about 100 hours of re-playing the game to finish every aspect of it) – so there’s lots of stuff to do. If you’re a fan of the Hobbit films, and you enjoy the Lego videogames, then I fully recommend this game.
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