Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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Good atmosphere, good game
14 October 2014
Summary: Game itself and atmosphere are pretty fantastic. Loved it Bugs, ported version, mechanics etc = I rate it as 3 stars, mainly because it's bugged. After a little experimenting I was able to turn off split screen and second player so it all went well after that.
Summary: This review has no bearing on the actual game, but it did not work when I received it. The disc and packaging appeared to be in great condition so I must have received a faulty disc. Amazon's customer service was very helpful and allowed me to return it even past the 30 day policy.
Summary: I love this game and play it on our Wii, but I've had surgery recently and I will have to have more surgery, so I bought this to play on my laptop. The game is fun, a little glitchy, but nothing that causes major problems. Every once in a while it gets stuck and the characters just stand around.
Summary: I personally love this game! I am going to write a pro con list for any viewers out there trying to decide if they should buy this game. Pros: * It is super entertaining * Follows the same story lines as the books and movies. * The graphics are AMAZING!
Summary: It's a shame this game is so buggy. You can tell the developers put a lot of love into it, and it's truly the best Potter game that's come out. The bugs aren't impossible to work around, but there's no way to play through and not get frustrated by them.
Summary: I loved this game so much. But buying it as a mac port was a really bad choice. There are so many bugs and it runs slow and crashes easily. The game is great but save yourself some frustration and just get it on a console.
Summary: LOVE Lego, and LOVE harry Potter. Had played the Lego Star Wars games. Cannot get past Fourth Year, Level 1 because there is a hiccup in the programming, so this "3 star" rating is based on frustration.