Although developer The Collective (who also did Marc Ecko's Getting Up and Revenge of the Sith) havent been so silly as to try and turn this into a shoot em-up theres surprisingly more action in this game than youd probably expect. It features stealth levels, numerous chases sequences and even a fully fledged combat engine for ensuring your quest for the truth doesnt come to a premature end. There are plenty of more sedately paced puzzles to solve as you go though, which should help to ensure theres enough variety here to please both fans and newcomers alike.
Most exciting moment:
The game actually contains numerous sequences and locations not featured in either the book or movie, as well as more expected locations such as The Louvre, Westminster Abbey and St Sulpice.
Since you ask:
Although obviously based on the same basic story this game is licensed from the book not the film so theres no virtual Tom Hanks or Audrey Tautou here.
The bottom line:
If you thought the movie shouldve had a bit more action, this is the game for you.