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The little hobbit Bilbo Baggins gets a chance to become an important companion of wizard Gandalf and thirteen dwarves in their big adventure.


J.R.R. Tolkien (characters)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Beattie ... Bilbo (voice) (as Michael Beatie)
Tom Kane ... Narrator (voice)
Jim Ward ... Gandalf (voice) (as James M. Ward)
Clive Revill ... Thorin (voice)
James Horan ... Smaug (voice)
Alastair Duncan ... Kíli (voice) (as Alister Duncan)
André Sogliuzzo ... Bard / Ugslap (voice)
Andrew Ableson ... (voice) (as Andrew Abelson)
Brian George ... (voice)
Cam Clarke ... (voice)
Candi Milo ... Bell Goodchild (voice)
Daran Norris ... Gollum / Bombur (voice) (as Darren Norris)
Dee Bradley Baker ... (voice)
Grey Griffin ... (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
James Arnold Taylor ... Balin (voice)


Bilbo Baggins is an ordinary Hobbit of Middle Earth, until one day he is called upon by a group of dwarves and the wizard Gandalf. It is their mission to defeat the evil dragon, Smaug, and reclaim the dwarven homeland, while facing trolls, goblins, and orcs along the way. But beware the Golem and his precious.

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Release Date:

11 November 2003 (USA) See more »

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This video game The Hobbit was released in 2003 which is 26 years after the 1977 cartoon movie "The Hobbit" was released and 9 years before the Live action 2012-2014 remake of "The Hobbit" was released in 3 parts in a trilogy. See more »


Narrator: Despite his fear, something awoke within Bilbo. He wanted to visit distant lands, explore caves, and carry a sword instead of a walking stick. To his own astonishment, Bilbo agreed to go.
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Surprisingly high quality platformer.
15 February 2010 | by SimplyMe15See all my reviews

When this game was announced, I couldn't help but sigh. Here we go, I thought, a cheap and rushed game released only due to the popularity of the recent Lord of the Rings films. As such, I didn't choose to buy it but when I was given it as a gift a was extremely pleasantly surprised.

The game has all the typical features of a platformer, you know jumping from this bit to that, but also has innovation with clever puzzles and (considering this game is primarily marketed at a younger audience) challenging fights, particularly at boss level.

The graphics at the time were so-so which means that nowadays they are at best...charmingly quaint, but it doesn't really detract from the game. The levels themselves are so well-designed one doesn't notice the imperfections. The chapter of the game called 'gathering of the clouds' is particularly magnificent, with a grand open arena to explore lots of different ways.

Where the game is let down however is combat and because there's quite a lot of it, it's a real shame. In essence you have three attacks - melee, jump then melee or throw rocks. As you can imagine, this gets somewhat repetitive after a couple of hours.

I think the very best thing about the game though is the outstanding voice-acting. Having read the book a few times, I think they got the characters just about right. Sure, some characters like the goblins and the trolls have cartoonish monster voices, but both the book and the game are for a younger audience. And inevitably, some of the dwarfs sound suspiciously similar to one another, but it never really matters.

All in all, 'The Hobbit' is truly a very under-rated, high quality, old school platformer.

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