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!
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: I think this game is worth the money. I enjoyed it a lot. The controls are simple to understand. I figured them out in a few minutes. I think that this game is best for people who one, like fighting, two, like puzzles, three, like adventure. So I would not recommend this a five-year old for two reasons. One, the puzzles require a lot of patience and advanced thinking, and two, some levels might frighten children.
Summary: I received this game with the Wii console that was a birthday present from my family. As no one knew what game I wanted (I don't think I even knew if I were to look myself), this was bought in hopes that it would be my kind of game. When I first saw it, I have to admit I was skeptical. For one, I'm horrible at action games, tend to avoid games based off of movies, not to mention that I have never seen the Narnia movies, nor have I read any of the books.
Conclusion: WOW! What really impressed me was the graphics of ths game. It's great for the brain as there are so many puzzles to solve through 35 different levels. I reccomend it for anyone between the ages of 12-50. It's brilliant!