The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring Crack/Patch

The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring Play the Greatest Story Ever Written . . . The quest to destroy the One Ring continues in the first Real-Time Strategy game based on The Lord of the Rings saga. Massive battles erupt as the forces of light and darkness battle for control of Middle-earth. Play as the forces of good and valiantly fight for the One Ring's destruction or play as the forces of evil to claim control over Middle-earth forever. [Sierra]

Download The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 69 / 100
User rating
7.1
Downloads 811
Genre Strategy, Real-Time, Fantasy, General
Players 1-8
Company / Developer
Sierra Entertainment / Liquid Entertainment

The Lord of the Rings: War of the Ring reviews ( 4 )

Gamemaster4life, Jul 15, 2017

one of the few games who is based on the books and not the film adaptation with unique units such as huorns, Beorings, Elven lightbringers, Dwarfs and such this game stays true the books in design and flavor the story is incoherent and it's mostly scenrios from the books and films, some were untold in the film (such as the siege of Minas Morgul, Gulloms escape from Mirkwood, etc...) soundtrack is masterfully executed, the clash of steel, the shouts of battle the battle victories quotes "Evil is trampled" (Rider of Rohan) and the MUSIC! oh god the music is the best thing in this game! (literally they recycled it into LOTR online because it was so good) physics and engine: this game was made from the battle realms engine which is far superior to WC3 because we have arrow physics (projectiles can miss, hit debris and such) there is enemy dismemberment if crushed by a strong unit (Beoring's special move, or a troll cleaver) and you got a toggle on/off for running (walking will continue the passive regen units have) plus units with fire upgrades/abilities (flaming arrows) will set buildings aflame same feature from battle realms actually overall the story is quite short, but very replayable A.I ain't no pushover, even on normal difficulty they will fight back, siege your bash, bleed your workers and such... if you love RTS, and if you love tolkien's work i HIGHLY recommend this rare masterpiece (i still own the disk from 2003)

D.C., Nov 11, 2003

Looks nice, plays awful. The camera wanders around like a crazed thing and combat is made very awkward by not being able to see where your character is half the time. The checkpoints are woefully far apart so you can lose half an hour's play with one wrong move.

TylerL., Jan 2, 2004

I really think they could have had better character animation and voice I was really disapointed with how the charaqcters looked very little like like they did and how bad the voices were, I think they could have made campaigns that were more relevant to the trilogy.

DarrylV., Nov 6, 2003

A poor, me-too "adaptation" of Tolkien's works. The single player is lacking and has shockingly little to do with Tolkien. The multiplayer is terribly unbalanced and still prone to sync issues (like Liquid's previous game, the problematic Battle Realms). And the graphics, while nice in many ways, are too cartoony for the subject matter - the game looks like a poor man's WarCraft 3. I recommend getting WarCraft 3 and it's Xpack instead - it's longer, better, prettier and cheaper.