Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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23 June 2014
Summary: I expected better. The controls are terrible. Also, for as big as the Harry Potter Franchise is, it seemed like they put very little time and effort into this game. I guess it is technically a free-roaming game, but it's not a very good one.
Summary: This game is too hard. Several people in the household tried and and we can't figure it out. We walked around and around and still didn't know what to do. I don't understand why this had to be so hard.
Summary: In short, this is a sub par video game. For a Harry Potter fan, it is exciting for the first few hours of gameplay, but quickly becomes repetitive and boring. The story line is short and take only a few hours to complete. This is NOT a game that you will be hooked playing for several weeks. The only challenge is solving some of the puzzles and getting to 100% completion. I do not recommend this game. Save your money and buy anything else.
Summary: The game isnt particularly alot of fun. The reason why I have that opinion is because for all of the game you are wasting your time running around Hogwarts doing things for other people. The action that was in the book and in the movie is not playable in the game, most of the great action sequences are videos that you watch, you dont get to battle death eaters, or demeantors.
Summary: The game is quite boring because it has a lot of large and tedious dialogues, the story is too slow and the task are too repetitive, this makes a little heavy to complete the objectives. However graphic are not too bad and is quite nice to learn new spells and it has some mini games which give you a little breathe when you start to fell boring.
Summary: If this isn't the quickest game ever made than I don't know which game was. The story line was follow very well by the makers but that is really the only thing they have going for them. The game doesn't have much variety to it and becomes very repetitive after about ten minutes of game play. You are asked to do things for various students to convince them to join your army and the tasks the students ask are barely challenging.
Summary: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for Nintendo DS looks great on the game website. Being a huge HP fan, I purchased this game for my 11 year-old son. He was looking forward to playing the game. Unfortunately, it does not live up to his expectations. The game is "skippy" and not as challenging as he would like. The mini-games are cool, but you don't get to go into the Ministry of Magic much.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Nintendo DS)
4 July 2008
Summary: I have enjoyed all the Harry Potter games, but this one is at the bottom of the list. The concept of your stylist moving like a wand was fun and a new twist, however the game was lacking in adventure. Not as many tasks to complete and by far not challenging. This was the quickest game I had ever finished.
Conclusion: dis interview is short sharp and sweet graphics decent spells good gameplay not bad but boring as potato difficulty dont now casue i fell asleep in about 2 mins dislike it !!!!!!!!!!!!!! yr choice yr opinion!
Summary: Oh goodness. Possibly the worst game I've ever owned on my 360. Ok, warning, this is an angry rant, but if you are seriously considering buying this game, I'd still recommend reading it. To try and cut down on the rambling and the waffling, I shall lay it down in bullet points, if you'll excuse it: -Horrific misquotes from the book and movie -Embarrasing graphics that clearly shows they don't take younger gamers seriously, and think they can cut down on effort.