posted by taialex (SAN BERNARDINO, CA) Mar 22, 2008
Member since Mar 2008
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
I truly enjoyed the books and the recent movie that came out, only to be disappointed by the game. The game has an interesting format, where you get to pick between characters and perform various tasks to move through each level. This format has worked wonderfully in other games, like the Lego Star Wars games, but does not help this game at all. The beginning does give a good way of exhibiting the controls, but I feel that the tasks that you perform are not exciting at all. At one point, the boys use a stick to knock down ice and wolves. Susan uses tennis balls to keep bats out of the house. And they also have to hide from their nanny, Mrs. McCray, which you do by pressing A. This part was the most confusing and most wasteful part of the game. It just felt like all the excitement and awe of narnia was washed out and replaced to meet the means of a children's video game. If you have a young child that is barely started to play video games, then this game is for them. Other than that, the only way to be excited for the next movie, Prince Caspian, is to watch the movie again.
posted by swflboys (SAINT PETERSBURG, FL) Oct 2, 2006
Member since Jun 2005
gamers (67%) found this review helpful
This game was really a waste of time. It was a bit confusing to use four characters and the "team up" feature was just silly. I loved it when the older brother threw his little sister into ice to break through walls.
Where's the Child Welfare folks when you need them?
I like adventure games but this one was just not up to snuff. I played for about an hour before I finally ran out of patience for it to get interesting. Definitely not something you want on the top of your Game Q.
This game was just plain silly. It had no manual so I had to get online and find a walkthrough for many parts. Also it is very repetitive and actually quite hard and pointless in some spots. I finally gave up on it at 18% completion since it wasn't worth the frustration.