Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
14 September 2008
Conclusion: That said, there is enough content here to keep any Potter fan happy, and at times the game exudes enough character and charm to suggest something grander. It is good to see EA at least making the effort to provide proper fan-service this time around, and the technical merits of the game are...
Conclusion: Shortcuts are provided but they are of limited use and never really reduce the time taken to traipse across Hogwarts for the 100th time. The game clearly has great potential and the core elements are there.
Xbox 360 Review - 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix'
27 August 2007
Summary: In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry returns for his fifth year of study at Hogwarts and discovers that much of the wizarding community is in denial about the teenager's recent encounter with the evil Lord Voldemort, preferring to turn a blind eye to the news that Voldemort has...
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: It's not a Grand Theft game, no matter how many wit machines out there say otherwise. Myself included. But Order of the Pheonix is, naturally, recommended to all Potter fans with any sort of modern-day games machine.
Summary: The Harry Potter series of books has captured both the minds of children and adults alike. The movies haven't disappointed either and are amongst the highest grossing films of all time.
Pros: Hogwarts is re-created in all its glory for you to explore, Minigames are a pleasant diversion, Voice acting and music are good
Cons: The game is little more than a virtual reality chore simulator, Endless backtracking makes the game even more dull, Cutscenes are glitchy and feel unfinished, Nearly everything about the game is tedious, Story is impossible to follow if you haven't read the book
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix PS2 Review
4 August 2007
Excerpt: Mr Potter, or just Harry to non-muggles, returns in this fifth game of the movie of the book. In my opinion, this book has the least amount of actual major events of the series so I was curious as to what the game would involve.
Test : Harry Potter et l'Ordre du Phenix sur Xbox 360
7 February 2014
Summary: En grandissant sous nos yeux au fur et à mesure de ses rentrées à Poudlard, le jeune Harry Potter a endossé le rôle d’une sorte de lointain petit cousin dont nous accueillons chaque année des nouvelles avec bienveillance.
Pros: On passe carrément ses Buses !, C’est animé, vivant et drôle, On retrouve tout l’esprit des Harry Potter, Possibilité de discuter avec les Gryffondors, Etonnante reconstitution de Poudlard
Cons: Caméra souvent mal placée, Absence de vue à 360° parfois gênante, Quelques soucis de collisions, On peut se lasser d’arpenter l’école