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Having taken all of the game’s aspects into consideration we have marked The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian quite highly. Purists (read ‘adult gamers’) may find the game not to their expectations; however for its target audience there’s a load of family-friendly fun to be had that is both entertaining and challenging. It’s wet outside and we’re only half-way through the school holidays; why not send the kids on their own personal journey into the land of Narnia?
The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian is a great looking title which should thrill younger gamers no end, particularly if they're fans of the film. It's easy to pick up, good fun to play and features some impressive battle scenes which - storyline aside - must be the biggest draw of the movie. There was a time when the only way kids could transport themselves to Narnia would be to bury themselves in the book and use their imagination... now you can do much the same thing with a joypad and widescreen TV. Librarians of the world watch and weep!
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian would be a good game to let any young fan of the movie try his or her hand at, but it's too simplistic for most core gamers to find enjoyable. Or rather, it would be good if the full context of what you're doing in the game was made more apparent. As it stands it's a game with a solid foundation and good ideas that falls short of its promise.
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So, while the co-op play is fun, Prince Caspian really isn't anything all that special. It's a boring, repetitive, poorly-done movie cash-in. Not much was expected from it, and when you look at it that way then this game lived up to expectations. Perhaps if you're a big fan of the movie, this game is worth a rental -- other than that, you're really best-served letting Prince Caspian and his cohort of Narnians finish this fight on their own.
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