Summary: I thought this game was absoloutly sweet when i first played it at the pub we went to so i really wanted to get it but now i'm going to get the new harry potter game. but if i had a choice of getting another game i would get this one because i loved it. if your thinking of buying it your making a good choice so do bye from Reade Norman in Australia.
Summary: Out of all the Harry Potter games that I have played, this one is definetly the best.You can, of course, be any of the 4 Hogwarts Quidditch teams: Griffindor, Ravenclaw, Slitherin, and Hufflepuff. In addition to those, You can be teams representing countries from all over the world. A few of them are Germany, USA, Europe, SPain, The Nordic Team, and much more. The gameplay itself is very fun (if not too easy). However...
Summary: This is a good game and I recommend it to every age. It is easy to learn and fun to play. It is not the best game I've played, but it is a very good one. If you want to have a good time, buy this game.
Summary: Well its is finally here the game of all wizard and witch fans. This game is rally awesome. i have loved it soo far. It is easy for the kids but if you want to be challenged you can choose certain modes which are names of broomsticks. The school quidditch cup is pretty easy to get but once you get to the wrodl cup it starts to get a little harder and a lot of fun. This game is a must buy.
Summary: We gave it as a gift to a 9 year old, who has really enjoyed it. He was able to pick up how to play it very quickly. The 12 year old 'beat' the game the first time through, but thoroughly enjoyed himself, and will play it again. He described it as similar to the Sports video games, but with less options in selecting teams. Our 6 year old was playing it proficiently within about 10 minutes. It can be played against the computer, or against another opponent.
Summary: To me this game is kind of missleading. It says you can be every position on the team, technically you can but you are mainly the chasers (chasers score goals), by doing combo passes you get power ups. One of the power ups is the beater and you hold down X the computer hits the bludger and you controll where the bludger goes for a short period of time. you cant be the keeper (keeper block the ball from going through the hoops). The game is way to easy to beat.
Summary: While I enjoy Quidditch World Cup, I must say that it falls short in some respects. As an EA sports game, I was expecting you would have a bit more control over changing dynamics in the game. There is no opportunity for substitutions, no injury, no changing the roster, no detailed player statistics, no variation of player performance. In short, this does not excel as a sports game. It does excel at capturing the feel of a frantic Quidditch match, for the most part.
Summary: My boyfriend and I played the first Harry Potter video game for the PC and really disliked it. It was obviously made for children, extremely simple, and the graphics were not very good (despite the fact it used the Unreal engine). I was a bit skeptical of Quidditch World Cup, but bought it anyways. And am I glad I did. The game is not overly simplified, but does take you through training very slowly so even beginning gamers can get the hang of it.
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.