Summary: i bought this thinking it would be really fun but after playing it for a couple of hours its really quite boring. there is nothing exciting happening and apart from the spell names has nothing much to do with harry potter
Entertaining for brief moments but tedious in the longer run
21 February 2013
Summary: My seven-year-old has been practising his wandwork with this for a while now and keeps himself reasonably entertained for half an hour or so, before the tedium of repeating spells brings him to his knees. Also, there seems to be a requirement to remember all the wand movements for spells previously learnt. So if one takes a break between playing the game, one often finds oneself having to relearn them. (Or maybe that's just me.
Summary: I followed the hype, is my son playing this since Christmas Day? Nope. Got to say, even I am sick of hearing Robbie Coltrane droning on as we await something to happen. Spent ages aligning the web cam bit to show the room on the screen, had to have all the lights on in the room so it lit up too. It's a gimmick and the kids got bored very quickly (aged 11). One for the charity shop, waste of £50.
Summary: 5-6 timer var sønnen på 11 år, om at gennemføre hele book of spells, wonderbook Der er kun 5 forskellige baner, så de er hurtig overstået. Der skal dog siges, han hyggede sig med spillet, sålænge det varede.