Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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Lego Harry Potter Years 5 - 7
Family Friendly Gaming
14 July 2013
Excerpt: When I reviewed Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 I was conflicted. I did not have a good opinion of the franchise. So I did what any intelligent person does - I went to the Holy Bible and educated myself. I learned what God says. Now I have an intelligent opinion on the topic. What is that opinion? See if you can figure it out from this review.
Darker story is lightened by humor and fun exploration.
Common Sense Media
9 March 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5–7 covers the darker and more violent last half of the Harry Potter saga. While the game's focus feels more on the side of puzzle-solving and exploration than it does on fighting, there are still plenty of wand-zapping wizard battles taking place throughout.
Excerpt: games at this point in time – with nine games being released for almost every platform under the sun through the course of approximately six years, it’s a bit understandable if you’re getting tired of the format. I know for sure that I am getting pretty damn close.
Summary: A lot has changed since Harry's first year at Hogwart's, but we can't say the same for the LEGO series, which employs the same tricks as it has for years with few innovations. Light puzzle-solving is enjoyable and accessible but can feel repetitive, and somewhat tedious combat is unfortunately in heavier use than Years 1-4.
Excerpt: As the title suggests, LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 concentrates on the last three books (and four films) of the titular boy-wizard's epic saga. This means your stud-collecting antics will see you battle your way through the Ministry of Magic fight from Order Of The Phoenix, the raid on Gringott's from Half-Blood Prince and the kissy-kissy bit in The Deathly Hallows.
Summary: Spieleinfos Entwickler: TT Games Publisher: Warner Bros. Releasedatum: 18/11/2011 Spieleranzahl: 1-2 Bildformat: 480p, 576i, 480i Genre: Action-Adventure Pünktlich zur Veröffentlich des letzten Harry Potter-Kinofilms auf DVD und BluRay erscheint auch Lego Harry Potter: Die Jahre 5-7 .
Pros: Langzeitmotivation , Viele sammelbare Objekte , Witzige Zwischensequenzen
Cons: Einfallslose Rätseleinlagen , Zuviel "Backtracking" , Zu wenig Neuerungen