Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
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Bambi L. Tuckey, Amazon
1 December 2013
Summary: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone game for Playstation 2 is a very nice improvement. It is a remake of the old Playstation 1 version. I must say i played the PS1 version and I found much too difficult. This version is much more well balanced. While its not too easy and not too hard, it will have its few very challenging parts. I find the two hardest parts is battling the Venomus Tentactular and Voldemort.
Summary: I had a long time ago and it worked. I decided to get again and was very disappointed, I got to first time Harry gets to the common room door and it freezes . It doesn't matter how many times I try or clean every thing it still freezes . I tried to return it but have not received any kind responds.
Summary: Great fun even if it is a quick play through. It's witty and genial, similarly to the book. The biggest downfall of the game is that it is too easy but it was meant for kids so that is to be expected. Because you can get it on amazon.com for so cheap it's definitely worth checking out if you like Harry Potter, or maybe even if your not.
Summary: Harry Potter has arrived at Hogwarts. This first game in the Harry Potter video game series is a fun game. It isn't amazing, but it is fun. It primarily follows the story of the game and is a fairly challenging game. I recommend checking it out. My only minor discrepancy is the fact that the characters mouths don't move during talking. After that, I don't have many complaints.
Summary: I don't know what's up with the low ratings- this game is a good game. Obviously it's a Harry Potter game and you know what you're getting: it's not going to be especially difficult or challenging, but this one is challenging enough (mostly the last level vs. Voldemort, which is ridiculously tough to beat). Great mood, soundtrack, passable voice acting, and levels that are a lot of fun = 10/10.
Summary: First of all, I love the fact that you get to play as the World Famous Wizard with the World's best scar on one's forehead, not to mention, you get to play with MAGIC!! But, otherwise, this was also a MAJOR let down: The difficulty level is utterly high; (the graphics aren't too shabby;) the storytelling is magically thinned down with mediocre voice-overs, and during any dialogue, the characters' mouths NEVER move--not even up and down!
Summary: I really enjoyed HP Chamber of Secrets on the PS2. Since then, I've tried all of the other games (except perhaps DH) and hated them. Gameplay and design were completely different. This one is in same style as CoS. Pieces of it are identical actually (some of the tasks from noteboard are same so you already know where things are). If you prefer the early HP games to the later, it's a good one. Bit expensive as it is apparently hard-to-find, but worth it to me.
Summary: I thought this game was very well made. It appears it was made after the Chamber of Secrets. The game layout and style of play were exactly the same. The storyline follows the first book very well with some added adventures.