PlayTM: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Review

PlayTM writes: "Whether it is a fat panda, a lonely robot or a guy in armour with a sword, I'm sure most of us over a certain age get bored very quickly with the marketing blitz that accompanies each and every release of a kids' film these days. And of course along with that comes the obligatory multi-platform cash-in - and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian fulfils its side of the deal in this respect. I've been taking a look at the PS3 version of the game, although name the console and there is of course a version for you.

The game kicks off at the main menu and allows you to choose the first level at the start of the story. This is in fact a flash-back to when Prince Caspian's countrymen conquered the land, and you play the part of the valiant defenders - that is, a minotaur, a centaur, a dwarf and a goat thing. You need to run around the walls of the castle and fight off all the invading Telmarines, while doing tasks like pulling levers, fitting cogs into slots, and clearing the ground for eagles to land."

The story is too old to be commented.