Posts Tagged ‘Tolkien’

Middle-Earth: Shadow Of Mordor

by Callum Tyndallon 16/10/2014
Imagine a party. Dishonoured and Assassins’s Creed came together and, during the course of a night of fun, they decide to try something new and a little naughty with the Arkham games. When they all woke up the next morning in the house of J.R.R Tolkien they found that they had created the glorious being […]

WW1’s 100th Anniversary and its influence on JRR Tolkien and The Lord of the Rings

by Matt Gearyon 04/08/2014
It is hard to believe that 100 years today one of the greatest wars in history started. Widely believed that it would be over by Christmas, few could have guessed that 4 years and nearly 39m casualties later …. take a moment on that number.. 39 Million casualties.. in 1911 the population of Britain was 45,370,530… […]

The Hobbit – Escape from Goblin Town

by Lendosanon 11/06/2014
When someone first suggested that I play Lord of the Rings, my natural reply was “Lord of the Rings: Online, yeah course I play it, I have a Hobbit Minstrel…” but before I could finish my sentence they were shaking their head. They meant the limited Games Workshop games that supported the films upon their […]

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – Board Game

by GuruMelon 20/01/2014
This is the official board game to accompany last years movie, but with such a wealth of Tolkien games already in circulation is it worth the effort? The presentation is great: the box shows nice artwork with all the movie characters, the board is sturdy and shiny, but gives the first indication of the games […]