Summary: Although not a relatively long game, it is pretty fun to play for couple hours if you're into Harry Potter. Unfortuantly the only good thing is the story line, with the "challenges" being just specific points from the campaign that you have to compete in online(rather worthless).
Summary: A better game than the last one. Camera and controls are great. Lots of spells to use. However, the game is way too short. I wish it was a bit longer. A nice ending to the Harry Potter gaming series.
Summary: This game is good overall, but whether is comes to the graphics and the repetitive gameplay, the game gets 3 stars. The graphics are as if someone rubbed mud textured paint on the faces of the characters. Though, the game closely resembles the movie.
Harry Plodder and the Curse of the Movie License (2 1/2 stars)
D.L. "generasian", Amazon
14 July 2011
Summary: I loathed Part 1 with a passion. The controls were clunky and largely unresponsive, the graphics, save for a few character models, were muddy and poorly textured, and the gameplay was rudimentary at best with ridiculous and repetitious side missions that did nothing more than to give the player the...
Summary: I must admit I was more pleased with this game than DH Part 1, simply because it's not a constant round of attacks from Death Eaters. This does feel like you're part of the story and the graphics are great. My only problem with this game is that it was over far too quickly.
Summary: I thought this game was going to be great because I am a huge fan of Harry Potter but when it came (it came in an okay time) I found that your not really playing Harry Potter and it has meaningless and quite boring battles where enemies randomly appear.
Excerpt: The novelty factor of running around a stunning castle, listening to a sweeping and engaging soundtrack and casting spells like there's no tomorrow are the only things saving this game from being genuinely bad. It's far too short, for one thing.