Summary: I hate to say it because I am a fan of all LEGO games but this is just not a good game. If you have looked at the Gamestop rating for LEGO Harry Potter 1-4, you would notice that the PSP version has a much lower rating then the rest, and there is a reason why. This game did not live up to the name of LEGO games. The graphics were poor, especially the text. The levels are VERY easy to complete.
Summary: I felt this was jumping on the Harry Potter bandwagon. It feels rushed and not well thought out. And there is at least one level you can't fully complete as there is just not enough studs provided. Younger fans of Mr Potter will probably enjoy.
Summary: The Lego games on the home console have always provided an excellent combination of simple child friendly gameplay, shiny graphics and surprisingly funny cutscenes. Not surprisingly they were a huge hit and a great way for children and adults to enjoy games together. On handhelds the story was slightly different. Here you'd find simple gamplay, shiny graphics and surprisingly, technical excellence.
Summary: excellent game. games rated for 7 year olds. but the level's are too detailed for youngsters. when i ordered this game it came very quick. the item was new and brand new sealed. one negative thing is that the game freezes every three to four seconds when the videos play in between levels. other than that it's a great game.
Summary: I must concur with L Cormack when he/she makes reference to the NDS port for the latest offering from Warner Bros Games. It's a very noticeable shortcoming from WB Games, especially when one has been used to previous games in the Lego series which have been ported successfully form PS2 and 3. I think this yet another example of the PSP being sidelined, which is extraordinary in view of its superiority in graphics to the NDS.
Summary: Having the game on PS3 and PSP formats,I had hoped for a Batman Lego conversion,same graphics,different levels. Instead I got the Indiana jones 2 Lego,where the PSP version seems to just be a port of the NDS using isometric graphics instead of that full 3D feel that the larger consoles have.