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.
Summary: Vastly inferior to the HBP game. Tough to even move or inspect anything with Ron and Hermione constantly in the way. Constant nagging to complete the current task makes the mute button your best friend. Only the Gobstone and Wizard Chess games are truly fun.
Summary: It is a lot of fun playing Harry Potter with the Wiimote. The graphics are great! Sometimes you get stuck in a task that you can't figure out, but just take a break and come back to it; it's easy then! Have fun!
Summary: My boys LOVE this game. The wand action is a lot of fun for them, and the booklet is clear in the spell explanations. My complaint - only ONE kid can play. It would be A LOT more fun if two or three kids could play Harry and his friends...just like the movie.
Summary: I absolutely loved this game, and most of the good stuff has already been said in these reviews. And incredible value for the money, with 40+ hours of game play and high replayability with all the quests and mini-games. Gorgeous, glorious, engaging, etc. etc. So what's my gripe?