A glut of real-time strategy. A surfeit. A plethora even. That’s what 2006 feels like: one crispy, creamy confectionary after another. Well brace yourselves, here comes another, shining the light of Elendil onto an original that hardly needed it. Rise of the Witch-king is such an all-around quality follow-up to this spring’s The Battle for Middle-earth II that if you missed the original release, the expansion is all the reason you’ll need to pick up both.
The Angmar faction
Literally everything's been improved
dynamic resource management
Witchy-boy being afraid of girls
Fighting against Angmars in multiplayer
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|Description||Want more and bigger real-time strategy battles in Middle-earth? Add this to your buy pile post-haste and thank us (but mostly EA LA) in the morning.|
|Franchise name||Lord of the Rings|
|UK franchise name||Lord Of The Rings|
|US censor rating||"Teen"|
|UK censor rating||""|
|Alternative names||"LotR: The Battle for Middle-earth II The Rise of the Witch-king"|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|