Reviews and Problems with The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
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4 May 2013
Summary: This game has easy controls and great graphics. If you love the book/movie, you will most likely enjoy the game. It's very fun and challenging, but take it's T rating seriously. There is a lot of fighting involved. But overall, a very entertaining game to play!
Summary: My son is an avid Wii and Narnia fan. He took the initiative to write this letter to Nintendo expressing his desire for more Narnia game options but sadly they do not take requests from their customers. We are posting his letter here to give him a chance to share his views! DEAR NINTENTO Do you ever wonder why there is no Chronicles of Narnia lego? Well I have something for you.
Summary: the chronicles of narnia :prince caspian Wii game arrived and my family was very excited to play it.The game had my son and husband engaged for hours,i have yet to beat my son and husband playing the game. the game is very detailed oriented.
Summary: I found this game for cheap and bought it on a whim. It turned out to be a fairly decent game. The graphics and music were better than I expected, and parts of it proved to be more challenging than other games geared toward younger audiences. The controls were fairly simple, and only on a few occasions did I have problems with the camera angles. The game is equally fun with one or two players.
Summary: This game has gorgeous graphics, With Greek Mythology creatures and other strange monsters. But it's more like a fighting Puzzle game. It doesn't let you do anything that you want to do. It will not let you continue another mission, unless you open all 3 or more boxes with keys that are filled with bonus's. And it will always give you frustrating missions, And you can't control the camera. And when you monster has ran out of health you could hardly get any health.
my thought on the Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian
22 February 2011
Summary: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is a game based off the movie and the book series is a sequel to The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy return to Narnia to find out that hundred years had passed and Narnia is not the same place as a remember it. I love the storyline if you have not read it, or even seen the movies; the game is very self explanatory. I love the graphics even if it isn't like the new age graphics it is still very good.
Summary: This game was probably the worst storyline and animation I have ever encountered in my life. A. In the game the controls and the movements make no sense and are sort of a waste of effort to use. B. The story line sucks while standing upon the ledge below you evil men are trying to open up the chest and destroy the Narnia blow horn. In order to defeat them you must kill and shoot 100 evil men in order to stop them.
Summary: This is a decent game. For the most part pretty easy to play. There are a few tricky camera angles. It's enjoyable. I think my biggest complaint still lies with the Wii system itself. The motion sensor idea is nice, but when you play, it's about flicking your wrist; not full motion. That's a real shame when it comes to sword games like this. I hope that the Wii Motion Plus add on makes a difference and that we get more cool games that take advantage of it.