Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
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Goog game, but the game have fingerprints on it where it is read.
7 January 2012
Summary: I bought this game because my children like Harry Potter. We enjoy the game every night even if is a little dificult for playing. The game is similar the othen I played before. I RECEIVED THE GAME OPEN WITH FINGERPRINTS ON IT. GREAT PROBLEM.
Summary: Although this game was not intended for my age group (20) i still feel i have to write a review of it saying how bad a game it is, how anyone could give this more than 3 stars even being a massive fan i do not know because as a game it is terrible.
Summary: The game itself suffers from repetative call of duty style spell casting and amazingly you can run through the game so quick theres no effort to complete it the AI is so stupid this franchise has become a joke I mean nothing happens in the first one so as a cash in they turn it into a cod style...
Summary: I bought this game a few days ago from eBay and it arrived yesterday. I've played it for one day and already I'm most of the way through it. I was quite excited at first to play it as I thought oh good another Harry Potter game, I'd played all the previous ones and really enjoyed exploring the...
Summary: I bought this game as I enjoyed all of the previous games, and just like what they did to Spyro, they have made this game around repetitive fighting. I was really disappointed with this, I enjoyed the older games of puzzles, exploring and collecting items - but none of this was in the game.
Summary: Movie tie-in games should rarely be used as a sign of quality; they invariably suck. This may be true to an extent, but in the recent generation of consoles the quality has risen greatly and there have been a few surprise games; `Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' was one such surprise.