Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup
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Quidditch World Cup: Was It Worth Buying?
11 December 2008
Excerpt: Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup is an okay game. At first, it can be very fun to play. The graphics are good and the game is fun for the most part, once you learn the controls. However it is one of those games that gets very boring after a while.
Pros: good graphics, fairly fun
Cons: somewhat difficult to learn the controls, is too simple to beat
Excerpt: Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup is by EA games and is for ages 3 years and over it is an easy game to play. In this game you can compete in the Hogwarts quidditch cup and play one of the house teams you choose out of Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin.
Excerpt: Harry Potter - Quidditch World Cup Where to start . . . . . . . . well I've been quite an intense Harry Potter fan since the very day of the release of JK's first book I find her stories so interesting I think I've read the books at least 5 times.
Excerpt: It was actually in the interest of my daughter that we bought this title. Having purchased her a PS2 to stave off the evening attack on our XBox playing, we sat to watch her play - she lost it for almost a week as bf and me began attacking the single player modes....
Pros: Great gameplay, good for kids and big kids too
Cons: A little repetitive . . . ok, a lot repetitive . . .
Excerpt: .... quidditch. I mean we have seen it in the movies and read about this " sports" in the books but it really is as I imagined the game to be. I like the fact that you can play for the Hogwarts House Cup and that you can play the world cup.
Excerpt: Quiditch has become a well known wizarding sport in the harry potter world, but the gameplay doesnt really match up to what you a person would expect. Personally, I was rather excited about the game thinking there would be a load of cool mmoves you could use, and taunts also plenty of teams.
Excerpt: The second of my 'I might be nearly thirty, but I'm still going to play children's games' series of game reviews. Being a bit of a Harry Potter nerd, I'd been meaning to buy this game for a while, mainly as I like 'extreme' sports games, and if riding a broomstick isn't extreme, then I don't know...
Pros: Feels like playing Quidditch, looks nice
Cons: Gets repetitive, almost impossible to collect all the cards
Excerpt: This game is DRIVING ME NUTS! I bought this a couple of days ago, and played it for about 4 hours straight on Sunday night, trying to master the control of the broomstick. You don't just get to play Harry, as in the other games in the series, but have to learn the moves and techniques of every...
Excerpt: This is an easy to master game with easy controls. The matches are simple to play and it’s quite hard to lose. You start off as a Hogwarts house in the Hogwarts Quidditch, if you win you can then play as an international team and try to get the Quidditch world cup.
Summary: Nice concept, good graphics and entertaining for a while but...it is extremely easy to beat the other teams and playing match after match after match (and whooping the opposition) does get tedious after a while. I've had this since Christmas, played many matches, and I still haven't reached the end!