Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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16 October 2013
Summary: for potter fans this game is a good time waster, but it really feels like a template game with familiar faces thrown in. the game seems designed for a 5 year old; even harry was 9 when his adventure began.
Summary: My desktop's CPU is an AMD 6000+ with 4GB RAM a Radeon HD 5750 1GB graphics card and 1TB of disk space (I built it myself). It handled the graphics without problems and I was able to finish the game, but the game was pretty buggy and I had to restart it almost after every chapter.
Summary: This is a great game and a lot of fun, but that's not what I'm here to talk about. I'm here to say that the PC port of this game is terrible. It is buggy and the developers have abandoned it. You can't play it in windows 7 without going into your system settings and downgrading your system sound.
Summary: I'm trying to divide my review into two parts: 1) The game. 2) The bugs. 1) The game. The game is an innovative take on the standard Lego game engine (which I have been used to from the Star Wars versions), with a much more fluid game interface and transition giving it a stronger feel of a cohesive...
Summary: I have played through and beat the entire game and enjoyed it immensely. With that being said it does have quite a few bugs such as getting stuck at loading screens, glitches that make it impossible to get 100% percent (for you trophy hunters), restarting the system out of the blue, and the glitched...
Summary: I own both the PSP and the Nintendo DS and I bought the PSP version of this game because of the bigger screen. But it's very hard to control the characters with the PSP and I think using the DS's stylus would be much better.
Summary: To play his game is so much fun but having to upgeade my video card and work so hard to get around all the glitches might not be worth it. A game that sells for 19.99 caused me to go buy a 150.00 video card.