Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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This game is overall okay
Scott13012 , GameStop
21 November 2011
Summary: The graphics of this game improved so much after the other Harry Potter games, but graphics don't make a game. The other Harry Potter games were much better because they give you tons of more freedom where you could go wherever you want. However, this game forces you into one path which is what I'm not used to. This game is probably exciting the first few times you play it, then it might get boring.
Summary: Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire is an EXCELLENT game. Good Graphics, great sound, and I LOVE it!!!! I'm a HUGE Harry Potter fan. This game is GREAT even if you are not a Harry Potter fan. HARRY POTTER ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Summary: This game overall was okay. The graphics were sloppy but I don't care about that. The game was very similar to the movie and book, but I didn't like how this game was way different than all of the other Harry Potter games. Also, the Gamecube and Playstation 2 versions were exactly the same as the Computer version. I hated this! I was always used to walking around Hogwarts learning new spells and sneaking around prefects.
Summary: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is ok... , but best for party gamers since the enviroment is not open to explore like in the Chamber of Secrets, the Sorcerers stone, and the Prisoner of Azkaban. In these previous games the enviroment was open like Diagon Ally, the Forbidden Forest, and even Hogwarts. But like I said it's for party gamers.
Summary: There has been so far 4 Harry Potter video games: Harry Potter and the sorcerers stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup, and Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban. Well now, there is a 5th... In this game, you do not have much of an open environment. You have specific levels to play on and you get to discover several items within each stage: Triwizard shields.
Summary: Goblet is a massive disappointment compared to the other titles. It's nowhere near as good as Azkaban, for one reason alone. Hogwarts Castle. There's no room for exploration in the latest game, so we don't get any depth of plot or character that the game needs, and what Azkaban provides in bucket loads. I shall break my review into bullet points: PLOT- 5/10 - Fair. No real attention to the story and this is what lets the game down most. No depth whatsoever.