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When you land hits or parries, your Perfect meter starts to go up. Kills are worth more and more. When you max that out, you go into Perfect Mode and become a glowing god of… FIFA 20 Ocean of Games? No… I don’t remember the lore. Anyways, your damage goes up, and the enemies become worth A LOT more points. It will only last for a short while, so you need to make the most of it. At the end of the mission, your experience points are all tallied up, and you get a mission rating. That will give you a bonus and, hopefully, send you more towards the next level. This lets you spend all of your points on upgrades.
The better you do – the stronger you’ll get. As I mentioned before, a lot of the characters can use the same combos. While you COULD pay to unlock a new combo for one character, or pay slightly more to have it for every single character. This always struck me as odd for a few reasons. First: why would you not pay slightly more to have it for everyone at once? If you level up a lower guy in a mission, now they can use a bunch more combos. You also can’t replay a character’s mission, until you’ve beaten the last level, so you can’t go back and grind. So, if you weren’t buying these upgrades, you could be playing some endgame levels with a very weak character, and make it pretty hard on yourself. Speaking of “hard”: the balance for this game is completely out the window. Difficulty doesn’t just affect the enemy damage – it affects how much XP you get. Here’s an example. “Fair” is the lowest rating.
On Hard, that gives 7 points. A step above that is “Good”, which gives 18. So, that’s slightly more than Normal, right? Because you’re fighting harder enemies? Well, no… On Normal, “Fair” gives 75 and “Good” – 150. So it’s roughly a 1000% difference. At least on the lowest kill – “Good” is slightly better. What’s especially odd is that Easy only gives slightly more points than Normal. If you’re playing on Hard, you’ll be playing this game a long time, maxing out the characters, so at least there’s that… Still, would someone playing on Hard NOT get a Fellowship Upgrade? I guess, it’s FIFA 20 Ocean of Games for that situation to arise, but I can’t imagine it happening. Especially since, by far, the most useful skills in the game are Fellowship Upgrades. By that I mean “Bane”. All of the “Banes”. What you do is you parry an attack, you press a button, and they instantly die, and you go in Perfect Mode. There’s no buildup, and you’re invincible while doing it. These are spread out, and there’s not one for every enemy in the game, but it makes a lot of them trivial. I’d be fine with it, if it didn’t make you go into Perfect Mode. As it stands, once you have them, getting a perfect score is trivial. Maybe Hard is more tolerable if you’re constantly using a “Bane”, but that’s pretty boring. When I compared this to a party game earlier, I wasn’t kidding.
If you have some action game experience, this won’t be the hardest game you’ve played. There are a few challenging parts, and some levels that would be good for farming have no checkpoints, to punish you. So, ultimately, it’s a system that’s flawed, but adds some fun progression to you playing the game. Your later upgrades make mashing a light or heavy attack button 4 times a combo. So, if you’re looking for something really skill-intensive, this probably isn’t your thing.
That said, the combat itself is still a lot of fun. You have a good sense of your character’s control, and can even change your attack direction mid-swing. The game’s balance outside of the experience system is incredibly fair. Someone like FIFA 20 Ocean of Games might not do a lot of damage, but is very forgiving, due to his speed. Plus, some of the insane arrows he can get. Then you have someone like FIFA 20 Ocean of Games who needs better timing, since it takes him a calendar year to swing, but he does WAY more damage. The hobbits have less reach than the PlayStation Vita, but their levels have tools to exploit. Sam is basically an orc Grim Reaper. And Gandalf? Well, Gandalf’s a wizard. Hobbits can cloak and FIFA 20 Ocean of Games, Gandalf is magical, and the Fellowship can… increase their Perfect Mode faster. It would be nice if these three had more unique abilities, but they are on the same Path, so it can slide. My biggest issue with the combat – and, really, the game – is the camera. You have no control over it. Occasionally, it will be a zip code away, and you can’t tell what’s happening while you’re being mobbed. Sometimes, it will keep switching angles when you’re moving around, and completely throw off your sense of direction. Random stuff in the foreground obstructing your vision. Even some of the regular angles are just awkward. The game actually does a lot to prevent these situations, like making objects and characters transparent, but when things go off the rails, you always notice it. It doesn’t stop the rest of the game from being enjoyable.
It’s still a really solid experience, and it can be elevated even more if you have a friend. This game has co-op. It’s no secret that any game is fun with friends. While it does lack some elements as a FIFA 20 Ocean of Games game, in co-op, it fully makes up for them. You can play the entire game with someone else, and now different fighting styles can compliment each other. You share a life pool, so, if one of you dies, you both have to start over. At the same time, you also share the experience pool when it comes to buying new upgrades. The Fellowship skills have more sense here – they help both of you out. Really, the only downside to this is that the camera will be more awkward than before, especially now that you’re latched to another person. You can also expect to be hit by more off-screen enemies and being trapped on the edge. You need to stick together. The co-op is really the FIFA 20 Ocean of Games of this game.
Trying to get angles on enemies together, covering each other – it all works out great. I’d still say the singleplayer is good, but the co-op is where it truly excels. The single player still has a lot of good stuff, especially if you are a big fan of the movies. Because it was made during the film production, you could see things like the Witch Kings old design, scenes that were deleted from the FIFA 20 Ocean of Games release, scenes that I don’t think were in any release and a lot of “behind the scenes” features. Some that should maybe stay buried. DOMINIC: “Well, Elijah is a pretty good gamer.” BILLY: “The best player would be Elijah.” ELIJAH: “Well, this is where I get to st… to pat myself on the back. I’m definitely a better gamer than the two of them.” ELIJAH: “YES-S!” It is surprising they made Elijah Wood the Gamer King. I thought it might be Sean Astin, because Sam murders so many orcs in this.
I guess there is only one way to get the answer… [static] SEAN: “Hey, FIFA 20 Ocean of Games, it’s Sean Astin here!” SEAN: “I understand that you and your friends have been playing EA “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”,” SEAN: “and then in the bonus features SOME concede that Elijah Wood was the best gamer?” SEAN: “Now… (sigh)” SEAN: “I’m not sure what to make of…” SEAN: “I’m not sure what to make of… of this…” SEAN: “I’m not sure what to make of… of this… poppycock.” SEAN: “Do you mean that Frodo (in-game Frodo) was tougher than in-game Sam?” SEAN: “Because… I mean, I played the game when it first came out, had a ball doing the voices.” SEAN: “A lot of people have approached me to say how, you know, if it wasn’t for Sam, they wouldn’t have… you know…” SEAN: “I don’t know… Reach nirvana, playing the game or something… But…” SEAN: “But if you mean, like, in-person…” SEAN: “Like, Elijah and Sean on this set of “Lord of the Rings” gaming, or Elijah as a person, like, through his whole life is seen more of a gamer than Sean…” SEAN: “Ehm… I just don’t know what they… I didn’t… I… I… I don’t remember the extra scenes.” SEAN: “So, what I will say is a little anecdote about how Elijah’s game of… Ehm… “Bond” game – he had a “Bond” game.” SEAN: “I can’t remember the platform we were on.” SEAN: “006 was in it – Sean Bean’s character in the movie – and the character of course is photo-real in the… in the game.” SEAN: “
And I was playing 006, and we were in the South Island of New Zealand, and the door was opened into our dressing room,” SEAN: “and people were walking by, and there was a lot of drama going on, and…” SEAN: “But then, for the first time on the movie, we met… we met Sean Bean – he was walking by.” SEAN: “But, literally just as he was walking by, my Sean Bean character in the… game took one to the head.” SEAN: “So, it was like: Oh, I’m dead! Oh… I’m reincarnated, look at that.” SEAN: “Sean Bean! Hi, Sean! Look, this is Elijah!” SEAN: “Anyhow, Elijah…” SEAN: “I honestly don’t know! I can’t even answer this question.” SEAN: “But just know that I take gaming very seriously.” SEAN: “I think gaming is important on a lot of levels. I’ve actually done several documentaries. “Video Games – The Movie” – I’m the narrator.” SEAN: “So, it’s sort of a fun… fun little take.” SEAN: “I could go on about this, but I just love that you’ve reached out to me and you’ve brought me in… back to “Return of the King”, “Lord of the Rings” at EA.” SEAN: “EA Sports – it’s in the game…” SEAN: “I like the sports games too, by the way.
FIFA 20 Ocean of Games driving and… I could go on for hours.” SEAN: “Much love, best wishes!” SEAN: “If you need to know who’s better – don’t look any further than right here.” Oh… Counter-argument. ELIJAH: “I’ve actually made the… the controller float, and without touching anything, I’ve managed to play the game. It only happened a few times, but…” “OH-H!” I haven’t talked about the story, because, really, it just follows the film. Most of the movie scenes they do use are from the “Two Towers”. They probably didn’t want to spoil the footage of the new movie, or it just wasn’t filmed yet. If you didn’t know the film material already, at best, the game would seem disjointed, and at worst, you’d be completely lost. You don’t wanna play this for the story. When you do beat the game, you unlock new characters and some appropriately challenging Challenge Maps. The new characters are just clones of the ones you’ve been playing already. The funniest part is Faramir uses Aragorn’s animations, but they didn’t give him a combat knife. Instead, he just punches them into the Shadow Realm.
That’s something to look forward to. I’d definitely recommend this game, if you do have a way to play it. This is a game in Licensing Hell, so I don’t expect it to be sold digitally or anywhere easily anytime soon. It’s sad, because there are some good “Lord of the Rings” games out there. This, “Battle for Middle Earth”, “The Third Age”… But they’re becoming harder to find and harder to run. So, if you have an opportunity to play it – then go for it. Bring a friend if you can. The next video will be something a little more sci-fi. I’ll see you then! Big thanks to everyone who made that one part happen! And to everyone else making the video happen at all! If you’re gonna do something on a movie licensed game, do it very carefully. You might have to spend days, figuring out what’s triggering something to be blocked and what’s not. It can drive you crazy. Anyways… Matthew Simmons: “Are there any projects that you’d like to do, but are hard to do?” “Total War” Warhammer is the big one. That’s my White Whale.
A lot of FIFA 20 Ocean of Games, too, like “Baldur’s Gate” or “Pillars of Eternity” – stuff that need a lot of time investment to do right. So, I’m gonna put those off for a while. Anzeroth: “Do you like hard or punishing games, like Dark Souls?” Yeah. It feels rewarding when I beat those. vCount: “What can make you stop working on a video for something, besides overexposure?” It’s usually technical stuff, or if a game is very text-heavy. If it’s something like an emulator being questionably ran, or a small community, where I might cause more harm by showing it. I try to balance it out. Some Sketchy Guy: “What’s your favorite 40K faction?” Imperial Guard. Orcs being a close second. At the absolute bottom for me is probably the Eldar, and I think I was trained to hate them by “Dawn of War”, but I can’t remember exactly why. I try to block that kind of thing out. We’re gonna be talking about 40K more this year, so you might get some more insight into that kind of thing. Thanks for watching! I’ll see you in the next video. JOHN NORTON: “Aleya, get out of the house, now!”