Summary: The gameplay is mildly enjoyable, and it lasts about as long as you'd expect a 3D game based on a movie to last (a few weeks playing a couple hours a day if you're trying to get all the points possible). It has some beautiful scenery and recognizable characters and voices from the movies. Fans may enjoy getting a feel for walking through and seeing the layout of the land described in the stories and movies.
Summary: I like this game because it stays very true to the movie, even though I prefer the books. Remembering all the spells sometimes proves to be difficult, and there's WAY too many cut away sequences than actual playing time. Its fun for a little bit though, besides for the graphics being absolutely horrible. Besides for the nit-picky things it's an overall fun game.
Summary: My 3 1/2 year old daughter played the demo through the PSN network. She really loved it so we bought it here on ebay for a sweet 10 bucks including free shipping. My only criticism is that eventhough it is rated E for everyone and does include an "Easy" option for gameplay, the game is still a bit too difficult for a small child. She can only play so much of it by herself. The game requires you to use the 2 analog sticks for just about everything.
Excerpt: Plenty of extras and storyline follows the book. Unless you're a Harry Potter fan, the game isn't spectacular. But for the muggles out there who do enjoy the fantasy, its worth a look. A completly different structure to previous Harry Potter game, a much needed makeover.