Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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Bernie jones, Amazon
16 May 2014
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
Summary: This is a fun game and my 6-year old son loves it. The only issue is there are a few bugs that cause the game to crash at certain points of the game. Searching online shows lots of people having the same problem at the same place. This is just poor quality control on the same developer's part.
Summary: My 6yr old and I had a great time playing the game, but I will warn you the warnings about the game freezing/locking up are REAL. I was wary after seeing the warnings that this game had some glitches. We definitely experienced them.
Summary: Harry Potter years 5-7 is a good game but limitations keep it from being a great game. Too dark in a lot of areas and a lot of confusion between it and the first game. Since it is a Lego Harry Potter Game I expected more similarities in the playing of this game.
Not recalled YET, many gliches, hold before asking for replacement
12 December 2011
Summary: After reading these reviews about the gliches, I wanted to add my customer service experience. Tech support very helpful and recommended that if you are having problems, check your console to see if your sound setting is on either stereo or mono NOT SURROUND SOUND.
Summary: The first Harry Potter Lego Wii (years 1-4) is a lot of fun and this game (years 5-7) falls right in line, with scenes and sets that are reminiscent of the first game, but with different perspectives. However, we are already finding several places where the game freezes.
Lego Harry Potter Wii - please be aware before playing !
24 May 2012
Summary: Bought the game for my son, he loves the game and all seems good but there is a sort of bug that means it keeps crashing and beeping at certain stages. Basically the graphics and sound require more processing power than the Wii can manage if the game is played quickly on some levels.