Great version but not as intricate as other LEGO games
M Poole "The Tillerman", amazon.co.uk
8 July 2013
Summary: Anyone who loves the Harry Potter books (or films) will enjoy this game, the graphics are great, the characters are well-represented but there's something slightly clunky about this game that doesn't seem to appear in other LEGO games.
If you like Harry Potter, and you like fun, the two translate and fuse nicely into one here.
30 July 2012
Excerpt: One fatal flaw with the PSP... or rather, with mobile console gaming in general, is the weak confines within which developers are forced to operate. Therefore it becomes increasingly frustrating to make the types of games that will appeal to a wide audience of gamers.
Excerpt: This is a fun game that keeps you amused for hours as you have to do each level twice to get all the items. The only downside is once you are going through the second time and have purchased all the red bricks to get 10 times the lego stud value, you start to accrue studs in the millions and when...
Pros: Easy To Learn, Engaging Story Line, Graphics
Excerpt: Admittedly, I've been hooked on the LEGO games ever since Lego Star Wars: The Video Game came out in 2005. If you look past the fact that they are aimed at kids, you'll find addictive gameplay and excellent graphics. Plus, they're funny, which is rare in video games these days.