Summary: If you're into the Harry Potter adventures, you anticipate exciting adventures. This game starts out well, but at one point, you can't go further. There is no help, nor hint to guide you through this impasse. This leaves you frustrated and disappointed. I would not recommend buying this game!
Summary: Out of all the Harry Potter games I've played (Game Boy Advance and DS games), this one is hands down my favorite. You have to go through the levels, completing different tasks, learning spells as you go and looking for treasure chests that contain collector cards. If you collect all the cards in a certain section, your power is increased. The objective in the game is to collect all the cards before your final showdown in the graveyard with Lord Voldemort.
Summary: This game is really fun, until you get to the final battle with Voldemort, then it starts to get annoying. First off, Voldemort is almost impossible to defeat,but it takes him about 2 hits to defeat Harry. Okay, let me make something clear. I have read all the Harry Potter books, and I know Voldemort is not supposed to be easy to defeat, but the makers of this game just made way to hard then it should have been. Second, this game is way too short.
Summary: When it comes to this game, it's pretty obvious that Nintendo DS was pretty new. The graphics are not as good as they are on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and the player of the game, hardly uses the stylus. The only time the player uses the stylus is for fighting a creature. This is fun in prospective but when the player barely gets to use the stylus, it makes me wish I was playing Prisoner of Azkaban for GBA.
Summary: The game definitely has some good things going for it - the sounds are very good, the adaptation of the film and books are overall well done, and some of the mini games are quite enjoyable. All of which does not make up for the most annoying part of the game, the sheer mind-boggling length of the levels. Not length in a good way, length in a "enter a room, beat the exact same creatures in the exact same way, solve a puzzle the same manner again" way.
Summary: I purchased this game to go along with my new Nintendo DS, and at the same time purchased the GameBoy Advanced game "A Link to the Past/Four Swords." Well, I've only had the games for a few days, but while Link meets my every expectation, Goblet of Fire falls short of the mark. I'm a huge fan of the HP series but don't expect perfect continuity when it comes to the movies and the games.