Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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The Outfit Reader Review - 9.8
Mr Black, IGN Entertainment
2 July 2008
Conclusion: This is a great game with an interesting story taking place within WW2. The game is an interesting mix of third person action shooting and strategy. The best way to describe this game would be if you were playing a command and conquer type game but was the soldier doing the fighting. You can call in machine gun nests, vehicles of all sorts and call in troops up to four in your group.
Summary: The book and film of goblet of fire were good, but this game is awful! i tought that it would be great, but it isnt! the hogwartz levels are awful! the triwizard levels are, well, good, but they still dont make this a great game. what an awful game this is.
Summary: Once again we have a game with loads of work done on flashy graphics but terrible gameplay - immediately obvious from the beginning. If you're buying this for PC you will need specs at least 4x the recommendation. I have a PC at least twice as powerful as required but this game plays with horrible delay. Clearly the developers only tested on supercomputers.
Summary: I played this game about a year ago and my sister and I (I'm 25 and she's 18) played it non stop until the end, which took a few days to complete. Then we played it again and yet another time, trying to do a little better each time and just having friendly competition with each other. It is so much fun. Now, a year later, I saw it on the xbox rack for under $15.00 and bought it right up and we're at it again. The graphics are great. Really superb.
Summary: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is a decent video game, but it is a little more restricting in where your character can go compared to the previous Harry Potter game, Prisoner of Azkaban. Overall, though it is still a fun game to play if you are a Harry Potter fan.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a game with a 2 hour learning curve and it strightup fun then look no further. This game features what all nextgen games should have and thats destructable environments. The way that you can destroy almost anything is enjoyable in its self. This game also features destruction on demand, which means you can call for vehicels, tanks and weaponns and an airplane will just drop the out of the sky.
Conclusion: The game "The Outfit" for the 360 was a different flavor of WWII games. The graphics were acceptable, game control was smooth to use. If you are looking for a serious WWII shooter, with an epic storyline, this is not the game. I compare it with Call of Duty 2. IT is no COD2. The Outfit is a fun WWII shooter. The single campaign mode is full of entertainment, with 12 missions, and a good story line. Once you get the hang of the controls, it's very addicting.