Nintendo E3 2005 Catalog:
Enter the world of Narnia, a land frozen in an eternal winter by the powers of an evil White Witch. It is the destiny of four heroes to work together and use their unique skills and abilities to defeat the Witch and her fierce army of creatures and liberate this magical kingdom from her icy spell.
Back of Case - DS (US):
Contributed by Lampbane (1931) on Jan 03, 2009.
www.nintendo.com – Nintendo DS:
DEFEAT THE FORCES OF EVIL
- Play as all four heroes with your friends
- Unlock unique abilities to conquer your enemies
Contributed by Joshua J. Slone (4621) on May 03, 2007.
Enter a cold, mystical world and lose your innocence in an epic struggle.
It's the destiny of four siblings from our world to work together and use their unique skills to defeat the evil forces of the White Witch and save Narnia.Features
- Live the epic adventure while playing in a team-based adventure
- Utilize the unique combat skills, weaponry and special moves of each character to fight and fend off hordes of dark mythical beasts or solve intricate puzzles
- Deft blend of action/adventure and RPG elements
Gamers are thrust into a mysterious frozen world where they will play as four heroes -- Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy Pevensie -- to free Narnia from a cold, bleak eternity under the control of the evil White Witch.
Playing as each of the four Pevensie heroes, gamers will battle the White Witch's sinister minions in team-based, action-packed combat. Taking on a variety of creatures, including Minoboars, Cyclopes, Werewolves and Ankleslicers, gamers must utilize each hero's unique combat skills, weaponry and special moves to help restore Narnia to its lost grandeur.
This epic boasts 60 maps and mostly uses the touch screen to manage inventory, converse with allied creatures, cast spells and control one of four characters in real-time combat.
How much combat? Seems like the story sometimes gets lost in the game's many side quests, character-building exercises and battles. We're talking tons of battles, and that's not a bad thing.
The touch screen aids your quest by giving you a map and a place to perform combos in battle. A wireless multiplayer mode allows up to four people to play simultaneously. You'll definitely need backup on some of the quests when you're trying to level up.
Far from a run-of-the-mill movie tie-in, this epic will have you saving Narnia for hours on end.
Contributed by Evil Ryu (49840) on Dec 16, 2005.