Summary: You can go anywhere in and around Hogwarts (except Hogsmead and the forest). It's great to see the grounds and the castle from the owlery, and play gobstones, wizards chess and exploding snap (took a lot of tries to get top marks in snap). Only the school champion gives a good chess game, and gobstones are easy (but you can lose).
Summary: this is the best game ever.i definately recommened this game for any HARRY POTTER fan.loved it when i first played it.it was definately a 5 star the graphics were great.my favorite thing was dueling.
Summary: I got this with some other Harry Potter games and I'm assuming I will like it since so far the past four I have played I have really enjoyed. They have been on the PC so I'm excited to try one on the WII.
Summary: I loved this game so much that I bought it twice. I originally got it for the kids. I loved it too, but they moved on and wanted to trade it in for new games. I agreed to let them. Then I found out how much I missed it and bought it again.
Summary: It was really nice and fun! But it got boring fast..Everything else was great though sometimes it lagged and the controls don't work Til I restart it not fun -_- but overall it was amazing everything else! XD by far the best Harry potter game!
Summary: I really do like this game, it is fun and pretty neat. But some of the tasks you must complete seem pretty tedious. I do like that its not super action packed, because I'm not really into that kind of thing. I like games like the Sims3 and others, and this one is comparable action wise.
Summary: First of all, my 7 year-old was VERY revved up about this! She is a complete Potter-nut, and was looking forward to trying this on her brand new Wii. Well, it was hard. The game starts with the death-eater attack in the underground walkway from the movie, before you have any clue how to fight them. After repeated attempts, we settled on waving our arm/controller vehemntly in the air and pushing buttons, and that worked.