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The Cancelled LotR Game Videos Leaked

23 Jun 2020 Tuesday
The Cancelled  LotR Game Videos Leaked
Bekir Bekoglu
Bekir Bekoglu Editor

We may encounter game videos and visuals that appear years after its cancellation. The videos of one of these, The LotR Game, were shared.

The LotR is one of the productions in the industry that makes its name known. A cult production is known to everyone with its story and atmosphere.

British philologist and Oxford University J.R.R. Many years ago, Tolkien wrote an epic fantasy novel called The Lord of the Rings. The story started as a sequel to Tolkien's 1937 Hobbit for children but eventually became a much more significant work than him. Most II. The date of writing the story was between II and 1937-1949. It coincides with World War II. It is the second best-selling novel of all time, with over 150 million sales.

The Lord of the Rings carried the brand on many games. Among them were R.T.S. or adventure. As a result, we will talk about a game of Lord of The Rings that has been cancelled. The LotR game was cancelled despite spending a million dollars for its production. Eventually, video and essential information emerged from the Lord of the Rings game. The videos of The Lord of the Rings game that was cancelled appeared for the first time. Also, unfortunately, the game is currently not playable.

The Cancelled LotR Game Videos Leaked

The game's development date was in the late 2000s. We also know that the makers spend more than a million dollars on this game. In addition, when we look at the videos of the game, we see that it has come a long way.

Videos from the LotR game have been released.

First of all, we may encounter game videos and visuals that appear years after its cancellation. This game shares the same fate with them. Finally, we saw a similar situation in Prince of Persia: Redemption and witnessed the video of the game eight years later.

This time, the LotR game, which has significant thresholds during the construction but cancelled, is with us. Taking part in the production of Lego games under the company of Traveler's Tales, Jon Burton revealed the details of this Lord of the Rings game, which was cancelled with a video he shared. The primary thing we can say for the game is the story network that many movie games have trouble making. The game seems to be in sync with the movie. We assume all this by looking at leaked videos. In addition to scenes with action such as Gandalf's Barlog museum, Frodo's hiding in the Shire also draws attention. At these points, we also see that the game uses different dynamics like QTE. The Lord of the Rings game, developed for PS3 and Xbox 360 and later cancelled, is only visually with us. You can find the related video below.

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