The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (video game)
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The game allows players to play [[Aragorn]], [[Gimli]], [[Legolas]] and [[Isildur]] (unlocked some time after beating the game), in a series of missions, many taken directly from either Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring (such as [[Weathertop]]) or Peter Jackson's The Two Towers ([[Amon Hen]], [[Helm's Deep]]). Other missions, such as [[Fangorn Forest]], are original pieces within the films' setting.
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|The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers|
Hypnos Entertainment (GameCube port)
|Platform||Playstation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance|
|Release date||PS2: 21 October 2002|
GameCube, Xbox: November 2002
The title was one of the top selling console titles of 2002 and 2003, and was widely praised for its seamless transitions from actual film footage to interactive game play.
The game allows players to play Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas and Isildur (unlocked some time after beating the game), in a series of missions, many taken directly from either Peter Jackson's The Fellowship of the Ring (such as Weathertop) or Peter Jackson's The Two Towers (Amon Hen, Helm's Deep). Other missions, such as Fangorn Forest, are original pieces within the films' setting.
Game Boy Advance version
In contrast to the console versions, the Game Boy Advance version is an action-based role playing game similar to older dungeon crawlers. Playing as Aragorn, Legolas, Frodo, Éowyn or Gandalf, the player will see 30 levels per character, bringing the grand total to over 150 levels in the entire game. Gathering items and increasing abilties, you can play the game over and over until you reach the highest levels possible.