The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King Crack/Patch

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King Full of new content, including an entirely new faction, a completely new single player campaign, and additional units for all six existing factions, The Lord of the Rings, The Battle for Middle-earth II, The Rise of the Witch-King, allows players to explore the evil side of Middle-earth. The all new single player campaign's innovative new units help to tell the story of the evil Witch-King’s rise to power, domination of Angmar, and invasion of the great kingdom of Arnor, home to Aragorn's ancestors. To fully experience the evil side of Middle-earth, gamers can now play as the all new Angmar faction in skirmish, multiplayer, and War of the Ring modes. Experience a whole new depth of strategy and upgraded War of the Ring and Create-A-Hero features. Create-A-Hero's entirely new Troll class boasts additional weapons and armor that will allow players to have even more freedom in customizing their game play. War of the Ring, the risk-style meta-game, offers upgraded army persistence, a new siege dynamic on the Living World Map, and unified territories that serve as major control points. [Electronic Arts]

Download The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
8.5
Downloads 1705
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Fantasy, General
Players 8 Online
Company / Developer
EA Games / EA LA

The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II - The Rise of the Witch-King reviews ( 3 )

MikeJ., Nov 30, 2006

This game is amazing! It's the best expansion pack to come out in a very long time. The new faction alone makes it worth $30, but then they have an awesome campaign and lots more.

HollyJ., Dec 3, 2006

Rise of the Witch King is pretty fun for the first hour, but the repetition starts to get to you after a while, not even the great graphics can keep you interested.

FlakK., Nov 30, 2006

A classic example of a game that put all its cards on the table in its previews and trailers but had squat to show for it when it came time to pony up. There are a couple improvements (new units, some poorly designed missions), but not enough to make you feel as though you got your moneys worth. The only thing good I can say is that the game has decent graohics, but that is expected in todays games. In the end I would say that you should stay away from this game especially if you dont have the original yet which would mean you would be shelling out $40+ of disappointment.