Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
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Alot of spell shooting not much else.
Reily Wedge, Amazon
5 January 2013
Summary: I expected better from this game, it had good scenery when travelling, however all you did was constantly go around shooting everything in your path, and thats what I wasn't looking for in a Harry Potter game was hoping to have some more challenges, spell learning etc. Overall it was pretty good, was still was expecting better.
Summary: Arrived on time, worked perfectly. My daughter have played it non-stop it seems, so I believe she likes it. I've not seen the film myself, but she says the dialogue sections are faithful to it, but a few details have been altered, not that that interferes with her enjoyment. Though the constant cries of "stupify" (which I first took to be "stupid boy", too much Dad's Army) get a little tedious.
Summary: Well I'm still not sure what to make of this game. The controls weren't difficult, after a short time getting used to them and as negative as the other reviews are I have to say I really did enjoy it. You get a variety of spells to choose from that you build throughout the game which make it feel less restricted. However, having only started playing the game yesterday and completing it today (and I'm no super gamer) its safe to say its not a very long game.