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: 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........
Summary: Every bit as fun as years 1-4. It's nonviolent and requires imagination and puzzle-solving skills, making it great for kids, but it is still interesting enough for adults of any age. I find that Years 5-7 is a bit easier to control and less glitchy than 1-4. It's worth buying for any Harry Potter fan.
Summary: Ok I admit it I'm a old lady who plays the lego games from Star Wars, Batman, Indiana Jones to Harry Potter. I have enjoyed all the lego games, but the Harry Potter is by far the best. If you can work a remote or a computer you will enjoy this game.
Summary: My wife and I bought the game on December 3rd from a Target. We were very skeptical about whether the game would work having experienced the bug infested Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 in addition to the November 18th recall of years 5-7. However, we installed the game without a hitch and during the first run, the game took so long to load we thought it was a bad copy. We decided to try it one more time and give it as long as it needed to load.