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Post by Dan @ 04:15pm 01/06/12 | 3 Comments
Among the swag of advanced E3 trailer reveals to come out of GTTV today is the debut trailer for Warner Bros' recently announced MOBA title, Guardians of Middle Earth.

The cinematic trailer doesn't show any of the expected DOTA-style action of the game, but it does feature a lot of familiar faces with likenesses of the major characters from the Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

Hit the play button below (or head over to the HD video page) to get down and dirty in Middle-earth, and stay tuned for more from the E3 show floor next week, right here on AusGamers.













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Phandaal
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It takes me about 10 seconds to look at this and decide that the game format and IP are hopelessly missmatched.
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is there a way to watch ausgamers videos on my iphone?
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is there a way to watch ausgamers videos on my iphone?
you can install the iPhone app but I'm hoping we might have 'native' iPhone/iPad playing "soon" as well.
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