Reviews and Problems with Commandos 3: Destination Berlin
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Melissa L. Brooks, Amazon
29 March 2008
Summary: I'd say that this is the best out of the Harry Potter games. It has good spellcasting (pretty much), and for most of the game you can decide wether to be Harry, Ron, or Hermione - I'm usually Hermione, she has the coolest spells. I only got stuck a couple times. It's easy but challening, but also not challenging enough to where you'll be throwing the controller.
Summary: This game has better graphics than the previous Commandos games, but it lacks hotkeys... BAD! If there would be one thing that the game can be improved on is the hotkeys. In this game there is a little tiny toolbar at the bottom where one has to click twice or three times in order to select an item or action. This was very frustrating and annoying when you are in tense moment.
Summary: I have played all of the other Harry Potter games and this one is the best! You can play as Ron, Harry, and Hermione, and there are more spells. Also all the creatures in the game are in the Harry Potter books. The graphics are really good. But it is the shortest game and it took me six hours to beat. You cannot play all the mini games unless you have a Gameboy Advance and a link cable. But still it is worth buying.
Fun can't last 4-ever, but it could've been longer than this
28 January 2005
Summary: I bought the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban game on Gamecube systom four days ago. I am a horrible game player, and yet, I beat the game in two days. Not because it was easy, (even though some parts were,) but because it was soooo SHORT. It was VERY fun, but I was quit dissapointed on not facing a boggart on the first day of term, and how you get the patronus charm spell book, and you don't get to save Buckbeak, and don't do as much as SEE a broomstick.
Summary: With terrific graphics and wonderful voice acting one can see the polish immediately when playing Harry Potter:POA for the first time. Hogwart's looks incredible and the controls are smooth and intuitive for the most part with the camera getting a little wonky on occasion. My son and I play this together he likes it when we play as Ron since he can find all the hidden goodies.
Summary: This is a great game for Harry Potter Fans! If you are about 10-15 and you love Harry Potter this is the game for you! It has Great Graphics, Fun Mini-Games, Great Storyline, and soooooo much more! This game is not good for young kids who cannot read because they won't know what to do. Great fun and a challenge for older kids and adults who like Harry Potter!
Summary: Being a huge Harry Potter fan, of course I was going to buy this game, for myself and my son. But I have to say, I was slightly disappointed in the whole set up. The graphis are wonderful! Being able to change characters is very neat. But the game was to short. I was expecting more of a challenge. The first game, Sorcers Stone, was more indepth than this one. And it lasted a little longer. It is worth buying, but don't expect a whole lot.
Summary: Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban is a great game. As a teenager, even I loved playing the game even if I did finish it rather quickly (a week.) Still, it had great puzzles, fun collecting cards and beans, and had lots of new features like switching between characters and flying on Buckbeak, Hagrid's hippogriff. I'd definitely recommend this game even if you didn't read the books. It sticks to the movie plot for the most part and features tons of challenges and secrets.