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  • Summary: In The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest, preparations are underway in Hobbiton for a great party to welcome Aragorn, King of Gondor, and honor Samwise Gamgee for his service during the War of the Ring. The children of the town are eager to learn more of this great man and so Samwise, nowIn The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest, preparations are underway in Hobbiton for a great party to welcome Aragorn, King of Gondor, and honor Samwise Gamgee for his service during the War of the Ring. The children of the town are eager to learn more of this great man and so Samwise, now Mayor, embarks on a tale of the revered warrior, Strider - as Aragorn is known in his Ranger days - and his most valiant battles. Players assume the role of Aragorn and embark on his greatest quests from The Lord of the Rings trilogy as they wield his sword, bow or spear on foot and on horseback through an action-packed gameplay experience. [Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment] Expand
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  1. Nintendo Gamer
    Dec 24, 2010
    63
    It doesn't take long for things to get repetitive, but if you don't find this a problem there's certainly plenty to do, with side quests to access and itmes to collect. [Issue#56, p.70]
  2. Jan 16, 2011
    60
    The different locations combine to ensure that this eight hour adventure is full of fan-service, although its lack of variety is best enjoyed during short bursts of play.
  3. 50
    The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest is a pleasant experience on Wii, but that doesn't translate to this very different, and much more mindless and repetitive version. The handheld and PS2 renditions are far more simplistic and very uncreative, and it's just not a whole lot of fun simply mashing a single button in every scene in the game.