Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Disapointing in comparison to the others.
Anonymous ".", Amazon
26 May 2008
Summary: I must admit, having played a previous Harry Potter game, and thoroughly enjoyed the free-roaming abilities I was slightly let down with the latest edition. The camera angles are odd and make it difficult to see whats going on, and endlessly having Ron and Hermione trailing after you, complaing about your lack of skill and exclaiming over every flavour beans, can be very tiresome, and also annoying when they block your way or get in the way of a spell.
Summary: I was really looking forward to purchasing this game as I had previously bought 'The Prisoner of Azkaban'. The two games, however, couldn't be more different. The free gameplay which I had enjoyed from the previous games has now been changed for a more controlled experience. You cannot move onto the next level until you have collected a certain number of shields and are therefore forced to complete the same levels over and over again until you have the correct number of...
Summary: Being a big HP PS2 fan I could not wait to play this game, unfortunately it did not meet my expectations. In POA and COS you get to interact with other students and I loved being able to roam around Hogwarts at my leisure. This is not the case in GOF. The game is very easy, infact boring in parts especially the triwizard tasks.
Summary: This game is unlike the others where you get to explore the castle and other things when you want to. I loved the first 3 games, but am not keen on this one. The graphics are great and i love the way up to 3 people can play, but feel it should have been made the same as the others.