Lord of the Rings The Two Towers Walkthrough|
OK, you're at the end of the first movie. There are swarms of Orcs everywhere, and the halflings are on the run. You have a little Frodo-meter in the top corner of the screen - in essence this is simply a timer. If the timer gets down to zero before you kill the proper number of orcs, you lose the level. So kill quickly and then move along to the next area.
You start out on a top ledge. Fight here with the triangle, and you get down to around 59 left. Head to the right and a few more will attack you, down to say 56. You don't have to get these exact numbers, just be in the ballpark.
OK, down the path. You'll have a guy at an overpass that you have to shoot with an arrow, but hack most guys to get the most points. You'll get to a point where you are surrounded by fire and have to shoot orcs in the woods with your bow. After this part you should have around 25 orcs left to kill.
Now head down to the stone ledge area. There are 2 guys to the top of the screen up on ledges to shoot with a bow, and others that come in by foot. By now you have 9 left.
Head down to find Gimli and Legolas waiting for you. There are 2 here - so you have 7 left. Move with them onto a bridge and you get warned about being surrounded. There are at least 7 orcs here (or however many you had left) so wipe them out, and Frodo runs off as soon as you hit zero.
Now for the Boss Battle, it's the big nasty Uruk-Hai. Don't hack him at the beginning. Stay far back and dodge left and right to dodge the arrows. Hit him 2 or 3 times with your own arrows to go on to round 2.
In this round he comes at you with a sword. Don't fight him. Lure him in to one of the statues. When he hits it with his sword, he'll get stuck in it. Now just uber-attack him with triangle-triangle to hurt him. Just a few times of this and you've won!
You're now probably level 4. I got 11325 - good on this level.
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