||Disney Interactive Studios
||The Chronicles of Narnia
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian game takes players beyond the events of the upcoming Summer 2008 blockbuster film. A year after the events of the first film, "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe," but 1,300 years in Narnian time, Prince Caspian finds the Pevensie children returning to a darker land where the Narnian creatures have been driven into hiding and Narnia is under the rule of the evil tyrant Miraz.
- Players take the role of 20 playable characters, including Narnians (non-humans)
- Cooperative drop-in/drop-out multiplayer allows two players to work together both locally and online
- Non-linear level structure enables players to explore multiple paths in any order
- A combination of puzzle solving and action combat gameplay
- Team-up with characters to combine abilities
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian is based off of the novels and movie of the same name, giving the player the opportunity to play as one of 20 different characters, including the four Pevensie children, Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter, as well as Prince Caspian.
The story takes place 1 Human year or 1,300 Narnian years after the first movie/game, where an evil king called King Miraz has begun to conquer the lands of Narnia and Prince Caspian has summoned the four Pevensie siblings in order to help Narnia and Aslan bring unity back to the lands.
The gameplay is similar to the first, basically hack-n-slash, moving through levels, battling through each levels enemies each with the characters unique battling tactics. There are six chapters/levels in all, with puzzles scattered through the levels and special "Treasure Chests" as well, that require certain amount of keys to open that will unlock special features such as artwork, pictures among others associated with the film. There is also a level made exclusive to the game that wasn't in the film or in the novel.
The controls are dependent of the system, while the PS2, PS3 and Xbox 360 uses the d-pad and analog and main buttons, the Wii utilizes the Wii-remote and the PC uses the mouse and keyboard. There is also two-player co-op gameplay that can have a human player drop-in during a game.
|No. of Disks