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The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game

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Build your deck and face the Dark Forces of Sauron! Battle Uruks, spiders, orcs, and more as you journey through Middle-earth, earning cards and devising new tactics along the way. In The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game, players lead their own fellowship of heroes through quests that will test their leadership, tactics, lore, and spirit. Ready your weapons, gather your heroes, and create your own story.Key Features Based on the hit Fantasy Flight LCG® The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game adapts the strategic gameplay of Fantasy Flight Games' award-winning Living Card Game to digital platforms. Construct your Deck With numerous cards available day one and more on the way, decks in The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game are fully customizable. Build the perfect deck to topple your foes. Assemble your Heroes Lead a team of up to three heroes through five distinct quests, with many more to come. Preset Packs The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game introduces an innovative economy system built around preset card packs. Get the cards you want to play with and enjoy all the depth and customization of card games.
Fantasy Flight Interactive
Asmodee Digital
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (2.4 Ghz) or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ (2.6 Ghz) or better
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT (512 MB) or better; ATI Radeon HD 4850 (512 MB) or better; Intel Haswell Iris and HD Graphics
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Unsuitable For Causal Gamers like me and I own The Original Game with several Extensions. No reasonable Tutorial, coupled new Game mechanics instead of simply adopting the neat LCG concept from the Original, especially since sometimes illogical, extremely lengthy, unfair or no simple Level of Difficulty is adjustable, for the over €40 I I have invested here, I have Access to about 40 different Cards-ridiculous, no further Development apparent. All in all a shit game, I should have bought real Card Packs for the Money and at the same time would have More Cards available (240 card/3 = 80 different) for a well-groomed Solo artist. Especially since I wonder anyway why you haven't digitized real multiplayer LCGs. All that remains Is Game of Thrones. But Arkham Horror would also be suitable for this Platform if the Mechanics were included.
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Early Access Review The Lord of the Rings Living Card Game First has an incredibly long Name. ^^ Generally, however, it is a digital, story-driven Card Game, it is called no Ranked and no PvP. Instead, you have different PvE Quests that you can contest alone and in the Near Future in the Coop. The Game is to become completely Free to Play after the Early Access. With the Currency that can be played, you can unlock both new Cards and new Quests. Positive-Very good, set story to the Quests-Many well-known Hero Bplaces from Lord of the Rings-Unique Card Game Mechanics negative-extent of "grinding" (instead of Numbers) not quite recognizable yet-Relatively little Content for the Beginning (5 Quests to Start)-Extra Account registration on a Website The Game starts with a Tutorial explaining some Of the Mechanics of the Game to us. After that, you have to log on to a Website first, otherwise it won't go any further in the Game ... Then you get your first Starter Deck with some Starting Cards and the first Quest Series. There are Hero cards (E.g. Aragorn) and Allies (Creatures, gondo soldiers, etc.), equipment for the Heroes (E.g. Bilbo's Sword stitch), as well as Preparation cards that can act like Trap cards. The Opponent is usually Sauron, who, depending on the Quest, confronts another gloomy being (E.g. Spiders, Orcs, etc.). Particularly noteworthy is the high-quality Narrative style of the Quests. Normally, a real Story is told in English, such as a Trip by Bilbo with some Dwarfs (known from the Hobbit), which end in a Fighting situation in which we then have to play and reach a certain Quest Goal. Quest Targets are like Creatures on the Enemy side and must also be defeated, while Sauron hurls more and more Enemies at us. From time to time a Side goal also emerges that affects the Fight until we have swept it off the Pitch. After Hex: Shards of Fate in Terms Of PvE has disappointed the Fans, I have hope at this Game that it will involve a good Card Game with good History without competitive pressure. For those who just like to play a Card Game for Fun, the Game is, in my Opinion, definitely worth a Look. If You want a visual Impression of the Game, You can experience my first Experiences (the Tutorial) in this Game in the Video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jvk8wswAaDQ
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