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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

$13.99

GCG0181 - Developed by Traveller's Tales Ltd., and published by Buena Vista Games, Inc., "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," was released on November 14, 2005. This is a nice video game based on the Disney film of the same name, which is an adaption of the classic book series from C.S. Lewis. You will escape the Attacks of World war II, journey through the Professor's house, and venture into the the forests of Narnia. The scenario is that you play as Susan, Edmund, Lucy and Peter from the film, and experience the world of fantasy and adventure in Narnia. There are 15 different levels that will need to use the unique abilities of each of the characters. You will be able to play as at least two of the four characters on each level, and all of the characters on some. The four siblings all have their own unique abilities. For example, Lucy can fit through small places, heal the other children, and make huge snowballs roll. The elder Peter is great at fighting or breaking through barriers. Edmund is also a decent fighter and can walk on ice and climb trees. Susan throws arrows, tennis balls and snowballs. You can switch between characters at any time on any level. The game itself is your basic puzzle solving fantasy adventure. It uses a lot of great cut scenes from the movie itself to set up and close each new stage of the game. And of course scattered throughout the levels is money, green and pink gems, and shields. The graphics are surprisingly impressive, and the gameplay is good also. the best part of this game is the action. This makes it a lot of fun. There are also a lot of abilities in the game that you can buy for each of the siblings. A good multi-player game that keeps your interest. Pre-owned in top condition. Rated T for Teen. Includes case, disk and instruction manual - Plays on Gamecube or Wii - Rarity Rating C+

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