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Submitted by BIoodmask 2645d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: The Chronicles of Narnia Review

Prince Caspian isn't a complete train wreck by any means but it cannot hope compete with the better examples of the RPG genre that are currently available. The story is unexciting, the exploration sections lack any appeal and while the 3D combat is fun and engaging to begin with, it soon descends into monotony thanks to a limited number of moves and the general repetitive nature of the enemies you fight against. Hardly the adventure you'd associate with a prince, in other words.

Audio/Visual - 6
Gameplay - 6
Value - 5
Innovation - 6
Overall - (Nintendo DS, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian ) 5/10

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