Summary: Game makes up for it with quick & easy spell selection which is good considering every time you turn around there are dark wizards shooting junk at you. The play is kind of the same; get shot at, find cover, shoot back, repeat, but if you are a fan of the movie and plot you'll have a good time playing through it. The game doesn't take long to finish so that's a little bit of a gripe but a small one for me. Neville's and Ginny's levels were fun.
Summary: This was a great Christmas present for my son. It is a great upgrade from the Lego Harry Potter games he was used to playing on the other version. Kept him entertained even after he beat the game. He is playing it through again for all the extras now.
Summary: Like my title says this game was good, fun to play, but was way to short. Took me less than half a day to finish the game. If there would have been more levels this game would have been amazing. Was definately better than the other harry potter games.
Summary: Here's the deal--Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 is a movie game. That means you should be skeptical. I was, but fortunately, I was pleasantly surprised. At its core, this is a first-person shooter dressed up like Harry Potter (or vice versa), with a pinch of Gears of War thrown in. Here's the rundown of the game's highs and lows. Pros: -Great graphics; the dark and brooding atmosphere of the latter HP movies is captured quite well here.
Summary: I was not a fan of the Deathly Hallows Part 1 game and its awkward "spell wheel" and side missions, that maybe were somewhat true to the original story made it seem like it was just there to aggravate the player. But this game makes up for it with quick and easy spell selection which is good considering every time you turn around there are dark wizards shooting junk at you.
Summary: Didn't take long for my daughter to complete this game as she was hooked from the start. She says there were some frustrating parts that had to be repeated over and over but overall very enjoyable.