Summary: This is a very good game; possibly up in my top ten. The graphics are fabulous, and the the music is rather lovely. It's probably more true to the novel than the movie, which is a nice touch. I'm 18 but my 5 year old nephew also loves this game lots.
Summary: This game is a excellent addition to any family collection. There is plenty of action to keep both children and adults entertained, some of the character moves do need a little adult help but are soon mastered. Overall this is a great alround game.
Summary: This is the kind of game that the more you play, the better it becomes. The challenges are not too difficult and it is fun. The story does not always follow the film but so what, who cares? It is a game I would reccomend as fun for all the family, or just on your own. I hope you enjoy
Summary: I was really looking forward to playing this game. The first section is OK, fun and fairly easy. But once you get into the game, it would help if you spend a lot of time on thses sort of games. Trying to control Lyra, is a bit hit and miss.
Summary: I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game, even the parts that I couldn't do, and had to succumb to asking for my husband's help..e.g. controlling the altheometer!! It is a little different from the film, but who cares? Good entertainment value, andthe mini challenges are fun!
Excerpt: I really didnt enjoy this game at all and I normally love roleplay games. It was quite hard to get into and from what I did play I didnt think it stuck to the storyline of either the book or the film.
Excerpt: IT'S UNBEARABLE TO SEE A GOOD BOOK TURN INTO A CRAP GAME. First it was called Northern Lights, and then when they were making the film they changed the name to The Golden Compass. If you have read the book you'll know most of the characters like Lyra, Pan roger or Lorek.
Pros: ermm . . follows the book a little
Cons: bad gameplay, poor graphics, bad camera/control