Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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Much too difficult!
24 February 2013
Summary: I was immensly dissapointed with this game. The animation and voices were beautifully done, but the gameplay was very hard. Almost every single task i was given required me to look at an online walkthrough. Most times after finishing a task it just leaves you there and tells you nothing. I would not recommend this at all. Although, EA did a stupifying job on the half blood prince game which is very enjoyable.
Summary: Gamestop had accidentally sent me this game instead of the half blood prince about a week ago so i decided to give it a try before the rest of my games i ordered. I was immidiately turned off by the terrible graphics and speech that they have to match the characters. The gameplay with free roam and wand use was too complicating and it was just not a good match for a free roam game.
Summary: Even if you're a hardcore Harry Potter fan yo will be disappointed at the horridness of the game for one the graphics are horrible. Also the game sends you on these boring and repetitive missions. In the game Ron and Hermoine follow you all around and if you stop and try to backtrack they stay there which in my opinion is an unnecessary challenge. Also the dueling system or fighting system is poor.
Summary: I am a huge Harry Potter fan. Read all the books, seen all the movies, played all the games. That said. This was by far the worst HP game ever. (all the other ones were good just not this one) In a nutshell the graphics, music and voice acting are all beautifuly done. Amazing even. What sucks about this game is that you spend all of your time cleaning up the castle or else searching for useless stuff.
Summary: ... one of HP's spells essentially wraps it up. Why this game was created, other than having a movie tie-in and an additional money grab, is beyond me. After zipping through this game in only a few hours (it's actually not even worth to be called a video game, it's more like a Hogwarts walk-through), facing no challenges whatsoever, I'm still puzzled of what the game was all about.