Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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don't see the problem
James Fisher "karaokeman", Amazon
28 August 2012
Summary: I have just finished playing year three and I don't see what everyone is complaining about. Yes there are text windows, but since the lego characters don't talk it helps fill in the story. The graphips seem fine to me but then that has never been a selling point for me.
Summary: As a person with a disablity, I was very worried this would be a waste of money as many have been in the past. However I was very pleased with the results, Except for the "small giches" thus far no huge problems. usually if you restart the level it will fix the problem.
Summary: not what i had expected, reading loads of negative reviews. it's actually fun. based on the films more then the books. in fact, if you're not familiar with the series; you may end up a bit confused regarding the story line. not a hard game. good replay value.
Summary: I love this game although I would say that the one fault is that the story mode chapters are a little too long and so can be difficult to complete in a reasonable amount of time. Otherwise brilliant Lego game.
Summary: we recently purchased this game after playing the Lego Harry Potter on the iPad. I must say that our entire family loves playing this game. My husband and I are finishing up the entire game (100% all around) and our child just loves to play it with one of us.
Summary: I wasn't able to play this game on my computer because I didn't have the right graphics card. However, my roommate had all the correct specifications and she bought/played it and eventually let me play it too. The time I did get to spend on it was really fun! Really humorous!
Summary: The complaints about this game are over the top. It's starts off very simply and is initially a little disappointing because Harry can't jump etc. It turns out you learn all of those moves as you go, and so the game gets harder and much more interesting.
Great game once you get past the workarounds and hardware requirements
14 January 2011
Summary: Best (and simplest) LEGO game yet and suitable for all ages. Excellent tech support (and you most likely will need it). Be sure your machine WELL EXCEEDS the basic hardware requirements required for the game to function properly.