Reviews and Problems with The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
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Not bad for the price
B. Allen, Amazon
4 April 2011
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.
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.
Summary: The game is fun for kids, but give very confussing direction for the younger crowed, which this game is more geared to. If you are a more experienced Wii user, you will be bored very quickly, but my 7 year loves it. Especially since he loved the movies.
Summary: As I said, not worth fifty dollars. The detail of the backgound is indeed impressive. The sounds are in tune and don't sound like old age game songs. I like this game because of the characters you get to play such as the mythological creatures. I have never seen a game that had these creatures in it. The closest game that came to this was the LOTR series. The background of this game was amazing. Technology this advanced made the game more life like.
Summary: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian riprende una grafica di gioco già vista e la unisce alle cut scenes del film originale per creare un film-gioco interattivo che permette al giocatore di prendere il controllo di vari personaggi nelle scene di azione. E' un titolo pensato forse più per un pubblico maschile che è più abituato al genere di giochi hack and slash per come la penso io perchè premia molto di più le battaglie riguardo qualsiasi altro aspetto.