Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
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9 June 2013
Summary: I guess I was immune to all of the bad aspects of this game because I didn't see anything wrong with it when I played it. I pretty much used stupefy most of the time and the spell wheel was weird. I'm pretty sure everyone hates this game because it is a movie tie-in. If you're a Harry Potter fan that wants to fight a hundred death eaters, then play this game.
Summary: I have no clue how this game got so much praise. This game is torture! If you're going to waste your money on this game. Get this half blood prince! It's just horrible! The graphics suck, the gameplay is boring, the controls are the worst of all time, and the game is short.
Summary: This game is an offence to all HP fans! It's just awfull, is like Call of Duty but with wands, and unfortunately this one isn't fun at all. The story follows well the movie but there isn't anymore more those information of the book that made the games even better. The spells are "riddikulus" in this game and you will probably only use Stupefy and one other, the rest is useless. Ans those mini-quests that some parts of the game are boring. At the end this is a bad game.
Summary: There is some good fun to be had in Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows part 1, but you have to fight through a lot of crap to find it. The game is at it's best during the main story's combat sequences. It's a lot of fun to blast death eaters with machine gun spells or confringo rocket launchers, no matter how stupid the notion of doing so is. There is usually some variety on the battlefield in the form of different routes to take or types of cover to hide behind...
Summary: What a waste of my time. This is the worst game of Harry Potter I've ever seen. Prisoner of Azkaban is 10000 times better than this piece of crap. Bad storyline, terrible boring gameplay, just spam left button and run, you can even leave behind all the enemies and just keep running. Scenarios repeat at least 10 times every stage, first in one way, then in the other way around, and then the way before.
Summary: I am obsessed with Harry Potter, so I was really excited when I bought this game. The graphics are pretty good, and the voice acting is almost perfect besides Hermionie who obviously had a voice over. The sound is okay, hearing the spells shoot out and Ron wailing in the background. The gameplay is 99% similar to a shooter game, Expulso being like an automatic gun, Confringo like an RPG, etc. You can also duck into cover sorta like a shooter.
Summary: I was extremely excited for this game. The graphics looked amazing, the gameplay looked good, and the action was superb, It looked as though EA had gotten HP out of its rut (Harry Potter 5: and the Endless Hallways). Little did I know that the Wii version wasn't going to be like other console versions. The graphics were still pretty good (for a Wii game), the gameplay was.... ok, and the action was interesting.