Major improvements have been made in this awesome game!
Jennifer F., Amazon
6 August 2014
Summary: In years 1-4, I always thought it was so tedious to have to keep switching to Wingardium Leviosa to put objects together and then go back to Reducto to smash things, but in years 5-7, that's like an automatic feature! You don't have to have keep switching spells.
Summary: Fun game for the whole family. It has four slots for four games, so we each have our own game. Our children are 6 and 8 and loving the game. As parents, we appreciate that while the story is fun and follows the movies, the game requires puzzle and interpretation skills.
Summary: I liked the brain challenge however there are way too many glitches with this game. I do not know if I was accidentally sent a used one instead of a new one but there is one glitch that prevents me from advancing on to the next level in Deathly Hallows Part 2, Burning Bridges.
Summary: This game can be fun to play but the longer you go in the game the more harder to see it becomes. You really have to have good eyesight and have lots of time on your hands. It overall is okay but you'll want a big tv to see important things