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Star Wars Battlefront Comes to Middle Earth...Kinda

Ages ago, before the Wii had cut a swath through its competitors, when the PS3 was still hanging with the crew in Sony's R&D department, I remember booting-up Kameo: Elements of Power on the Xbox 360. In particular, I remember the game's plastic-y graphics, infuriating controls, and cookie-cutter art style. But after that, my mind harkens back to Kameo's sprawling overworld that, while nondescript -- even boring -- at first, was soon overrun with legions of cartoon orcs. Now, that always seemed a little out of place to me. I mean, Kameo was a platformer -- those legions stomping around the landscape only served to flex the Xbox 360's hulking muscles. "Why does this game suck so much?" I'd wonder. And after that, "Where are the Balrogs?" Gigantic battles were Lord of the Rings' forte, and the then next-gen consoles finally had the power to make those clashes work in game form. Well, today, chest thrust outward in a gesture of triumph, I can finally exclaim: "Took 'em long enough." Pandemic and Electronic Arts have officially announced the development of Lord of the Rings: Conquest, a "spiritual successor" to Star Wars Battlefront, of all things. "In a partnership with New Line Cinema, The Lord of the Rings: Conquest is an action-packed game created by the same Pandemic Studios team behind the best-selling Star Wars Battlefront™ and Star Wars Battlefront™ II titles," reads the press release. "Set in 'The Lord of the Rings' universe of J.R.R. Tolkien as depicted by the Academy Award®-winning films, players will finally fight the entirety of these epic battles any way they want." Any way we want? How captivating! Do go on. Read More