Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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No Voices = No joy
Skipper McFearson "quickcuda6", Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: Without voice overs to make it more enjoyable it is just OK. The voices are supposed to be what makes the lego games fun. I first played Lego Marvel Super Heroes which is amazing mainly due to the voices and mistakenly thought that all lego games had voices.
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.
Summary: DS Port. Results in a terrible PS Vita game. Cutscenes are so muddy and terrible you can barely tell what's going on. The game is ugly to say the least, the controls are weird because of the lack of a second screen and little to no thought put into how to translate that aspect (picking spells) onto...
Summary: I love lego series. I have played harry potter year 1-4 before and it was great, but this game just keeps crashing like every 5 mins! I just started playing it and it crashes all the time. I download on my mac and it's ruining the joy of playing it, and I feel like I wasted my money...
Summary: I was enjoying the game, but because of Stream, I had to download and took almost 24 hours to download onto my computer, and then once I got into playing the game, I got to Year 6 and then BOOM, a glitch with Dumbledore at the orphanage with the lady, and he dies EVERY TIME GOING UP THE LIFT, and I...
Summary: I am glad to report that whatever Securom issues this game might have had are gone. That does not, however, mean that it works. I have this installed on a computer that easily meets (and in most cases exceeds by a fair margin) the requirements for this game.