Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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A waste of money and time!
Tammy M Wolfe, Amazon
27 September 2014
Summary: I bought this game as a gift for my daughter. We were given a time frame of 4-6 weeks for delivery.I received the product a week earlier than expected. Obviously, my daughter was ecstatic. However, her enthusiasm was short lived. All thee PS2's in our home would not play the game.
Summary: Out of the much anticipation for this game I was excited to have gotten my copy of the game. I was extremely disappointed to discover that the game was missing the exciting aspects of it. The game is completely different from previous games.
Summary: We finished this within 2 evenings, and I was confused/relieved/deflated/annoyed that it was over. Last night my son dug this game out from the bottom of the pile, and asked me to join him while he pointlessly blew up vampire wasps and smashed cauldrons on Rons' head, but I chose to defrost the...
Summary: Having bought and enjoyed the first 3 Harry Potter games I was looking forward to the forth installment.I was very disappointed.The camera angles are terrible the controls are fiddley and you can no longer explore Hogwarts and discover its secrets,you just go from level to level with nothing in...
Summary: The great thing about the first three games is that you got to explore the Hogwarts castle and grounds, and it felt like you were playing out the book. This fourth game is a very big disappointment, and I'm sure others will agree.
Summary: I loved the first Harry Potter games, but this has the feel of something rushed out to cash in on the film release dates. Considering that book 4 should be the most exciting in terms of action and visual design this is shameful.
Summary: At the risk of sounding too brief...DO NOT BUY THIS GAME AS IT IS RUBBISH!! OK, perhaps that is too brief...if you're a fan of the Harry Potter games then you will be disappointed with this as it has non of it predecessors brilliant characteristics.
Summary: I am refusing to even complete it as i really do not enjoy gameplay! I loved exploring and being able to work things out but this game is frustrating. It takes a while to get used to the card things your supposed to collect and use and the set timeline means you cannot choose where to go or how to...
Summary: I have been a fan of Harry Potter since the first book was released, and enjoy playing the games with my daughter. We have them all, and they were getting better with each release…that was until The Goblet of Fire!! What is disaster!! Why on earth did they change the concept of the games?