Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 8
Entertaining, and then it gets difficult
21 October 2009
Excerpt: I got this game as a birthday present a couple of years back and I only played it the other day for the first time. As the title states, it's entertaining but then it gets tricky. Gameplay/Playability Like with most games, it starts off simple and gets more difficult as the game progresses.
Excerpt: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is an action game for the Playstation 2 This game is based on the fourth novel in J.K Rowlings Harry Potter series and follows Harry on his fourth year through Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry.
Excerpt: I have played a range of games and have an open mind about each genre of game. However I bought this game for five pounds not that long ago and I though that was a good deal however I was wrong. The graphics are fairly good for this rubbish game but that's all that's good about it.
Excerpt: Its always nice to act out movies and this game was no exception. TRUTH TO MOVIE The game was very true to the movie and only added those extra bits of action and sub missions needed to pad out a game to make it long enough to be playable, most of which could easily have taken place within the plot...
Pros: Good gameplay, harmless fun .
Cons: Too easy to complete, doesn't last too long .
Excerpt: The forth harry potter game is rubbish. Wheres the action, the exploration and wheres the good backround music. I mean, the other games were brilliant but this one seems like a one level mission. You can't explore hogwarts like you used to.
Excerpt: Another book release will inevitably be followed by a film and the simultaneous release of a game featuring the world famous character Harry Potter. I must admit that this platform game was a welcome addition to my collection, it is not perfect but it is an entertaining and challenging game with a...
Summary: In a word Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire for the PS2 is a disappointment. The basic idea of the game is to complete several levels and collect 'shields' to enter the Triwizard Tournaments. You access these levels by a 'pensieve' which works as a menu.
A disappointment from the first Potter multi-player
Suzi Thorne, Amazon
3 July 2006
Summary: It took me nearly three years to complete this game, not because it's particularly challenging, but because it simply wasn't enjoyable. The game has a good basic concept. It was the first, and currently only, of the Potter games with a multi-player option and rather then having to follow a set order...