Design by Marty Smith
Command the forces of Gondor, Isengard, Mordor, or Rohan and recreate some of the most exciting sequences from Peter Jacksons The Lord of the Rings movies in The Battle for Middle-earth, a real-time strategy game from EA. Can you hold off the armies of Isengard in defense of Helms Deep? Can you breach the defenses of Minas Tirith before Rohan Rohirrim trample your orc hordes? The Battle for Middle-earth features two huge campaigns and four sides with unique units and heroes straight from the feature films. This extensive game guide will aid your quest to destroy--or recover--the One Ring.
This GameSpot game guide to The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth includes:
- General Strategies: This section offers some general strategies for completing The Battle for Middle-earths single-player campaign.
- Gondor: Check here for general tips on using Gondors units and structures.
- Isengard: This section provides general tips on commanding Isengards Uruk warriors.
- Mordor: This section offers strategies for leading Mordors orcs into battle.
- Rohan: Look in this section for tips on using Rohans Rohirrim and other units.
- Good Campaign Walk-through: This section covers the walk-through for The Battle for Middle-earths good campaign. The walk-through reveals all missions and their benefits, provides complete strategies for story missions, and offers general tips for the optional battles.
- Evil Campaign Walk-through: This section covers the walk-through for The Battle for Middle-earths evil campaign. The chapter lists all missions and their benefits, offers complete strategies for story missions, and includes general tips for the optional engagements.
- Multiplayer Strategies: This section provides multiplayer strategies for The Battle for Middle-earth and includes a rundown of Evenstar and One Ring powers and each sides heroes and their abilities.
Table of ContentsGeneral Strategies
Moria and Lothlorien
Amon Hen and Eaves of Fangorn
Helm's Deep and Isengard
Northern Ithilien and Osgiliath
Shelob's Lair and Minas Tirith
The Black Gate
Isengard and Fangorn
Amon Hen and Edoras
Helm's Deep and Near Harad
Southern Ithilien and Osgiliath
Cirith Ungol and Minas Tirith