Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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mario70000000000000000000 , GameStop
31 May 2012
Summary: This is not the best game of 100 that I've ever played, but it's still pretty good and worth the $20 price. If you're a fan of both LEGO & Harry Potter, than this game is definitely right for you!
Summary: I am a big Harry Potter fan, so when I got this I went to play it. I had no trouble at all in the beginning. I thought it was a great game. Then at year six, something happened to the game. The sound turned into a high pitched sound, the screen froze and the remote wouldn't stop vibrating. I tried again and again and at the same spot it froze. I would get this game if it is a good version, not a worthless one.
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. The get around is to reduce resolution and sound definition and play some zones slowly to reduce the amount that is 'going on'. Then all works ok.
Summary: My family and I love the Lego series games and Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 was the first we all played together. So, of course, when Years 5-7 came out we just had to buy it. As with all of the Lego adaptations of movies into games, a lot of the fun to us is seeing the comedy in all of the little changes so that the game storyline is not exactly like the movie.