Summary: This game is different from the others. It's all about quidditch! Start off from Hogwarts houses and learn how to play. Then with the team you like, go on to the world cup, where you can chose from loads of foreign quidditch teams to compete. Different teams + different arenas= Different combinations and "special" moves. Words cannot describe the greatnes in this game. If you are looking for the best Harry Potter game out there, get this one! Nothing is better!
Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup Reader Review - 4.5
Aarij, IGN Entertainment
15 July 2005
Conclusion: So your a hard core Harry Potter Fan. You go out you get all the games regardless of how good it is. Mistake with this game. Most of the other games are "kiddish and too easy" but this ones just plain stupid. It's replay value isn't the greatest considering that it is technically a "sports" game. Lame graphics and crappy gameplay best describes this waste of time known as Qudditch World Cup. It's just like one of those Potter Flash Games people waste time on.
It was a great game but it doesn't work for xbox 360
24 June 2013
Summary: I remember I really loved this game, but unfortunately it's not compatible with the xbox 360 so I never got round to playing it ) : It's just like a football game except obviously you're on broomsticks so it adds a whole dimension and there are all the other extras like the bludgers which make it a really fun game.
Summary: this game will be liked for kids 10-13 years old. it is a championship for quidditch. harry potter is the star but you can play with other players like gorge fred. the grafics are very good. you can see quidditch match but first you have got to win the teams.
Summary: Not being a fan of sports games in general I was somewhat loathed to spend out on this game on a friends reccomendation (a Beta tester). To be honest i couldn't be more wrong. The game remains easy to play and simplistic to controll without becoming boring. Surprisingly the Guys at EA have really hit the spot with this game. I've only watched one of the Harry Potter films but as far as I can see it has remained true to that ideal.