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 continue to be surprised by how good the lego games are. This, LoTR, Batman 2, and the new Marvel one are all amazing. Get this if you like Harry Potter and you like legos. Get this if you just like cute but fun games that are well made and have good coop play. It is best played with an xbox 360 controller or a similar gamepad.
Summary: First off, I have had no problems with the product. It installed just fine and runs perfectly. I haven't played the whole way through yet, so I don't know if there are glitches ahead, but already I have had less trouble with it than the last installment in the HP series of Lego games. Some improvements on the previous game: More variety in the game play. HP1-4 was a lot of shooting flowers, and I mean A LOT of flowers and mushrooms and plants.
Summary: My 10 year old daughter absolutely loves anything Harry Potter and anything on a computer. She loves this game. One great thing is sometimes she asks her 15 year old sister for help, and that is one of the rare times they get along.
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........