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Warner delays Aragorn's Quest

Cartoon LOTR pushed to 2010.

Warner has delayed The Lord of the Rings: Aragorn's Quest until spring 2010. The fun-for-the-whole-family game had been scheduled for autumn.

Aragorn's Quest - developed for DS, PS2, PSP and Wii - has cartoon looks and co-op for two, where one side (Dad) controls Gandalf and the other (Son) directs Aragorn. There's up-close sword and board fighting to be done, as well as horsey skirmishes and armies to lead.

But whether Aragorn's Quest can charm both old and young like the LEGO games remains to be seen. It has a certain allure, though, as our gallery shows.

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