There's something great about being able to create your own character, a mage or a warrior, and to be able to do almost whatever you want. Play alone or with a group of other people. To do dangerous quests, difficult achievements or to simply socialise with others.
* Once you've gotten into it, it's a lot of fun. There are so many things to do and you'll never finish it. It's endless.
* Huge variety of things to do. One can quest alone, do achievements, level professions, do dungeons and raids or just hang in the main city.
* Great and interesting lore behind everything. If you decide to actually read the quest logs, you'll discover many great stories.
* Simple, effective, good and fun graphics. Unfortunately, I have to play with slightly reduced graphics because I don't have a very good laptop.
* The social aspect. I've made many in-game friends who I can always talk to and play with whenever I want to.
* Occasionally, one will have to spend some time farming or grinding to be able to get the best stuff. That's not always so fun when you do it for the twelfth time or something.
* The difficulty of the game has been slightly reduced over the years.
A football manager game that makes you the manager of your favourite team, as you try to lead it to success and avoid getting fired.
* This game is pure nostalgia for me. Played it all the time when it came out. Still love it. The newer manager games have never managed to capture the spirit of leading your team as Total Club Manager did.
* Basically everything about it is great.
* For a newcomer to The Total Club Manager games, the menus and all the text may be rather confusing.
Strategy games that simulates the world and characters from Middle-Earth. If you want to rescue Middle-Earth from darkness, you're free to take command over the good forces. If you, however, want to enslave the people of Middle-Earth into darkness, you can do that instead.
* Brilliant graphics that looks exactly like the Middle-Earth you've come to known from the films. Even better is that you've got some great voice work and sounds, and music from the films.
* Very fun and addictive to play. To slowly build up a massive force and then send them all in to a giant massacre is enjoyable.
* The story is greatly incorporated into the game and changes according to your victories.
* There are not really that many unites to control. Create a bunch for archers and you're basically invincible.
The scenario changes from the south of Middle-Earth to the North. Dwarves and goblins fight over important mines. So, do you want to vanquish goblins or do you want to destroy dwarves. Being evil is fun, if you ask me. Or do you want to control elves?
* The game is a giant upgrade over the first game. New factions, new units, new heroes, new maps etc. It's simply better.
* It keeps all the good elements from the first game, and improve where needed.
* It's all over a little bit fast, if you ask me.
Have you ever walked home alone at night when you was younger and thought that you were probably going to die on your way home? I have. That terror can only be imagined by playing this game. You stroll around in the forest, collecting notes. Your flash light is slowly dyeing and so is you. Fuck
* Great atmosphere. This game is freaking scary. It's dark and quiet. The only thing you can hear are your own footsteps. You barely see anything with your flash light, you keep walking in circles and boom... you're dead.
* Effective use of simple mechanics. A game that doesn't require much to be good.
* It's free.
* Doesn't really have much replay value. You'll play it sometimes, but you can only be scared a number of times.
* Nothing happens when you get all eight notes.