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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
6.6 out of 10

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Overall 4
4.0

Disappointment Compared to Harry Potter 2 Game

Sammie's Mommy "nonapearl", Amazon
8 June 2004
  • Summary: This game was a complete let down. All challenges throughout the game are exactly the same and did not vary in difficulty - i.e. moving boxes around and pushing buttons. Game play was only about 12 hours - compared to over 30 hours from the second Harry Potter.
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Overall 4
4.0

Bugsville, Hogwarts

Beki "beki166", Amazon
28 October 2004
  • Summary: This is not the best of the HP games. The graphics have improved in some ways and got a whole lot worse in others - the faces are redrawn and facial movement is really good, but it's at the expense of depth and content.
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Overall 4
4.0

rubbish but the kids will like it

The Glade "hexitex", Amazon
27 October 2004
  • Summary: what can you say, it is just like the other games - different maps, beterre graphics but it targeted at the kids and they get the parents to pay, so from a profit point of view the game works but from a game point of view it is very boring.
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Overall 4
4.0

good but short

L. ransom, Amazon
27 October 2004
  • Summary: overall i was quite dissapointed with this game. i found with the first two games you could explore the grounds and the rest of the castle.with prisoner of askaban there isnt a lot to do. i mean you can do the missions but there is nothing to do.
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Overall 4
4.0

Bugsville, Hogwarts

Beki "beki166", amazon.co.uk
3 June 2004
  • Summary: This is not the best of the HP games. The graphics have improved in some ways and got a whole lot worse in others - the faces are redrawn and facial movement is really good, but it's at the expense of depth and content.
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