The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest is a third-person, action adventure video game in which the player fights through Middle-earth as Aragorn. The game was developed for the Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 by TT Fusion, and for the Wii by Headstrong Games. It was released on 14 September, 2010.
Aragorn's Quest is the first officially-licensed game to be released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, who took over the license from Electronic Arts to publish The Lord of the Rings-related games.
Set in the early Fourth Age, 15 years after the destruction of the One Ring and downfall of Sauron, Samwise Gamgee waits for the return of Aragorn to The Shire for a great feast. As the Mayor, Sam is in charge of arranging the festivities for King Elessar's arrival; in the mean-time, he regales his children with tales of Aragorn's exploits. (Cf. Aragorn and Arwen meeting Sam at Brandywine Bridge in Fourth Age 15.)
Sam's son, Frodo Gamgee, runs around Hobbiton completing tasks, whilst also re-living the Aragorn's adventures (as retold, not always perfectly accurately) by Sam.