Friday, June 28, 2013

Titan Quest - Imperial Raiment

Fantasy game art from Titan Quest.
An art book, The Art of Titan Quest, is also available.

Gear displayed: Imperial Raiment (Imperial Helm, Imperial Armor, Imperial Bracers, Imperial Greaves, Yin, Yang)




The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth - Good Campaign - Gondor Missions

Fantasy artwork from The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth real-time strategy game.

These Good Campaigns are based on the novel, and closely follow the Peter Jackson movie version (e.g., special "berserker" uruk-hai scale the siege ladders first at Helm's Deep), but the actual outcome of key events are tilted toward Good or Evil, depending on the campaign. For example, Boromir dies at Amon Hen in the novel, but in the Good Campaign it is possible to rescue him and defeat all the uruk-hai.
Click here if you are looking for help / walkthroughs with the Single Player Campaigns







Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth - Good Campaign - Fellowship and Rohan Missions

Fantasy artwork from The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth real-time strategy game.

These Good Campaigns are based on the novel, and closely follow the Peter Jackson movie version (e.g., special "berserker" uruk-hai scale the siege ladders first at Helm's Deep), but the actual outcome of key events are tilted toward Good or Evil, depending on the campaign. For example, Boromir dies at Amon Hen in the novel, but in the Good Campaign it is possible to rescue him and defeat all the uruk-hai.
Click here if you are looking for help / walkthroughs with the Single Player Campaigns









Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth - Evil Campaign - Mordor Missions

Fantasy artwork from The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth real-time strategy game.

These Evil Campaigns are based on the novel, and closely follows the Peter Jackson movie version (e.g., the Uruk-Hai Lurtz, who does not appear in the novels), but the actual outcome of key events are tilted toward Good or Evil. In the case of the Evil Campaign, the sequence of events is entirely speculative, where the forces of Light win no key battles and the Ring is recovered at Shelob's Lair. Heroes are defeated time and again, but for plot or game challenge reasons resurface later. The campaign ultimately ends with a successful siege of Minas Tirith.
Click here if you are looking for help / walkthroughs with the Single Player Campaigns

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth - Evil Campaign - Isengard Missions

Fantasy artwork from The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle Earth real-time strategy game.

These Evil Campaigns are based on the novel, and closely follows the Peter Jackson movie version (e.g., the Uruk-Hai Lurtz, who does not appear in the novels), but the actual outcome of key events are tilted toward Good or Evil. In the case of the Evil Campaign, the sequence of events is entirely speculative, where the forces of Light win no key battles and the Ring is recovered at Shelob's Lair. Heroes are defeated time and again, but for plot or game challenge reasons resurface later. The campaign ultimately ends with a successful siege of Minas Tirith.
Click here if you are looking for help / walkthroughs with the Single Player Campaigns