Summary: This will sound strange....but I actually LOVED this game the 2ND time I played it thru. The first time, (I will agree with some of the other reviewers here) I was definitely NOT impressed with the wonky arrow and all the stairs.
Summary: I enjoyed this game. My favorites include the exploding snap and gobstones mini-games. Myrtle got quite annoying. I am terrible on the Quidditch and the Charms class. Had to let the youngsters field those troublesome spots for me. I Love the Endless Day and the ability to move about Hogwarts.
Summary: This game is great. I love the graphics. Sure, this game is not the most visually stunning thing in the world, but it was not horrible. The game is fun to play; progress is notable and the game has a couple of different things to do (mini games and the like).
Much better than other reviewers would have you think
14 January 2008
Summary: I am actually writing this review on behalf of my 9 year old daughter. She absolutely loves this game. Other reviewers have mentioned "all of stairs" you have to climb. She said it is no big deal and actually added to the fun of the game.
Summary: I bought the game today at Walmart, and even though I am only 6% complete, I still find the desire to share my experiences with it. I'll admit it: the graphics are pretty bad BUT there isn't much you can expect for a DS game. So for a DS game, the graphics are pretty good.
Excerpt: Brilliant game, very true to the film. You play mainly Harry, but you can also control ron and hermione when you have duels with the Slytherins. The game starts in Grimauld Place, Harrys godfathers house, where a secret society is hiding, here you can practice some skills and spells, which you use...
Summary: I absolutely loved this game: I'm a fan of the story but I'm not very skilled with videogames in general. I have to tell that it's very easy to play, you can control everything with your stylus and I've had a lot of fun playing gobstones, exploding snaps etc.