Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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Great game with great replay value, just read PC requirements first.
tim larock, Amazon
2 August 2014
Summary: I own this for the PS3 and PC. I bought the disc version of the game instead of the download. I enjoyed the PC version more for single and found it to be more stable. Due to other reviews, I feel the need to say that up front. I will give more details later on in this review. My whole family loves the lego games. My daughter and I have have played this more times than we can count and we still enjoy playing together.
Summary: I got this for my wife. I like playing games and this is one that she will play with me :) Anything in the lego series is a definite hit with her. It works good for the most part, We've had a couple of unexpected crashes but such is life.
Summary: I never bought this product, but it shows up as one I bought. We have enjoyed all the other lego games so imagine if you like them this one will be more of the same. The newer ones like DC heroes and Lord of the Rings were a great step forward. The Marvel heroes were too strange for us, but if you like bizarre it is lego bizarre to the extreme.
Summary: I was extremely disappointed with the copy of my game. I recently bought this game, and I had already played years 1-4 and extremely loved it. It was fun and enjoyable and I was really excited to get this game. I received it yesterday and I was skeptical about all the bad reviews but it was pretty cheap so I took my chance. I installed it without a problem -10 minutes maybe less and then I hit the play bottom and that's when it started.
Summary: This is a fun little game. Who knew that Lego Harry Potter would be so much fun. The PC controls are a bit hard to get used to. After about an hour I finally got the hang of them. Warner Home Video games needs to design the contols for a mouse and keyboard not a controller, this isn't a console, geniouses........