Summary: We really enjoyed the first game, Book of Spells. We bought this, and it says on the box image on Amazon that you need the Wonderbook, camera, and controller to play. But when it arrived, the game included a Wonderbook. So now we have two Wonderbooks. Not a big problem ... just sayin'.
Summary: This is not really a game.... as much as it is an experience. It puts you in the place of being a wizard and casting magic spells. I could just imagine how much my mind would have been blown to have this as a child. Great for people with younger children.
Great for youngsters... but also a bit complicated.
RUBEN M., Amazon
9 June 2013
Summary: It's fun and unique -- and verbal instructions can be in several optional languanges. Being able o wanch themselves on the screen is cool.... but very young kids will need help with the instructions to set it up -- and older than ten will find the game simple, enjoyable, but will the older ones will "win" it fast.
Summary: This game makes great use of augmented reality to let players act out some of the action from the Harry Potter universe. The game is very easy, linear, and well-written. It might not be the best for older Potter fans or any hard-core gamer, but for people with children of the right age it would be perfect.