Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
2 April 2007
Excerpt: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the fourth installment of the Harry Potter series and is the turning point in the overall story. So does the Goblet of Fire game hold up to this responsibility?
Summary: Anyone who's a fan of the Harry Potter franchise and for children in particular the game may be worth a purchase but for those who are looking at it wondering if it'll offer a bit of fun then you're better off going for a rental as it's not an overly long game and will likely not fulfil you...
Summary: The Marmite of the film, game and book world! Either you love him or you hate him! Millions and millions of people love him, millions cant stand the magical baby faced wizard, EA have leapt at the chance to release the new title, is there much point in reviewing it, people are going to buy it...
Conclusion: The Harry Potter universe brought to your console, we all know what happens so no surprises there but for those looking for a brilliant and truly magical trip into the world that is Harry Potter quite a few will find a lot to disappoint them from the old-school play mechanics to the poor control...
Conclusion: Overall Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is very squarely aimed at the younger Potter audience rather than the more adult gamer and understandably so. With that in mind the game does a good job, the graphics colourful and the puzzles not too taxing as to cause frustration.
Pros: Play three-player co-op, fun for the younger gamers among us
Cons: Can't switch between characters in-game like previous versions, repetative spell commands will drive you mad
Excerpt: It’s been awhile since the last game, hasn’t it? And right about now you should be able to find cheap copies of said game (Prisoner of Azkaban) for $20 or so (either preplayed or, dare we dream, new). But how has the gameplay changed since then?
Excerpt: Dans cette nouvelle aventure du petit sorcier, Harry est mystérieusement sélectionné pour être le quatrième participant du dangereux Tournoi des Trois Sorciers. Chaque concurrent de cette compétition internationale doit affronter un dragon cracheur de feu, sauver ses amis des profondeurs...