The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe User Review
- Very Easy
- Learning Curve:
- 0 to 30 Minutes
- Time Spent:
- 10 Hours or Less
- The Bottom Line:
- "Check your bargain bin"
This game is dumb, there are more film clips than there are good game moments. Wacking the brains out of wolves with sticks or swords was fun, but that is litterally it. The graphics were mediocre, the sound irritating, the game play= button mashing. WHat do I mean? I mean how you have to frequently change your character during battle. And honestly, that giant is riddiculous for a boss. It was like a final boss in a zelda game, and It was only the first boss. The beggining of this game is as stupid as the rest. You run around the burning house trying to find what? a FLASHLIGHT?!?! You run around your ENORMOUS house, punching down your doors. ( yes, i'm serious. Big strong 16 year old peter can punch down the wooden doors in his house = LAME) The game is dumb. I recommend this game the same way I did it. RENT. NEVER BUY! This was awful, there were things that wouldn't even happen in a fantasy novel. Yes thats what the game is based on, but still, since when do you know an ordinary 16 year old boy who can punch down the doors in his house, fight of about 10 wolves with one stick, and pick up your sister and throw her into an enemy. YAWN!
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I recorded more footage for my last video blog than I actually used (as I usually do), so I figured why not get around to posting the rest of the footage. Here's more game-play from the Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.Posted Apr 15, 2009
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