Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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3 May 2013
Summary: This game is by far one of the best Harry Potter games. The story is just like in the movies and as some information from the books that makes the experience even better. The side quest in this game are interesting and fun to do. Hogwarts is just amazing and you can explore it fully, and even more amazing and innovate is that this game as almost none loading screens. The art design of Hogwarts and the characters is good especially Hogwarts.
Summary: An exellent exellent game that perfectly recreates Hogwarts. It's also faithful to the book, you can play as Sirius and Dumbledore in the ministry level that's another 2 points for it, the exploring and the free roam in this game are the best of the series, maybe a little repetitive but not boring at all, pure fun, good graphics, the only thing that i don't like is that Snape's worst memory is not shown, overally it deserves a 9/10, but i think i can give it 10/10,...
Summary: This game is a lot of fun, but all you do is find the kids and invite them into the DA and beat up Malfoy and Voldemort. This game is also very short, it took me less than two days to beat. But I do love the graphics, way better than all of the other games.
Summary: I was surprised when I received the game to see that it was in a foreign language. It was a present for my niece to be opened on Christmas day so I was worried that it would be of no use to her. She was able to locate the section where it is in English but I did have an anxious few weeks before Christmas. It would have been nice to know this was possible.
Summary: When I first started playing this game, I was captivated by the clear amount of work that's gone into the scenery. Now I've finished it, I've realised that that work was what saved the game. I feel like about 50% of the actual gameplay was spent finding members of the DA around the castle! It seemed like anything you did was just a task for someone else, and nothing had anything to do with furthering the story. However, if you're mental on Potter (as I am ...