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Friday, December 19, 2003  

Fellowship Of The Ring.
12:30 AM EST | Brad Custer

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One Ring to bring them all in and the darkness behind them. Based on New Line Cinema's current film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic fantasy novel, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King video game will put the fate of Middle-earth in the hands of the gamer. In the final installment of the blockbuster movie trilogy, players must destroy the One Ring by casting it into the Crack of Doom, freeing Middle-earth from the clutches of the Dark Lord Sauron. Eight playable and secret characters including Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, Sam & Frodo with exclusive voice-over provided by the actual actors from the films. An all-new co-op multiplayer mode will allow players to team up with a companion. With over twelve interactive environments authentically reproduced from the films, you can explore the Paths of the Dead, defend Minas Tirith, and battle Sauron's forces at the Pelennor Fields before final confrontations at the Black Gate and the Crack of Doom.

Live the Movie. Be the Hero. ;)

This Wednesday The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was released nationwide and Aspyr Media took advantage of the hype to announce their port of the game to our platform. Of course I contributed to Wednesday's box office by seeing the movie so I jumped at a chance to make a wallpaper for the game. In this week's feature I wanted to recreate a scene from the movie using character models. So, with the help of Aspyr Media and Electronic Arts, I was able to create this desktop. I simply entitled it, "Fellowship", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

Everyone be sure to keep those requests coming in.

Until then...

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