Reviews and Problems with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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No replay value
Cassandra May, Amazon
17 January 2008
Summary: This was a pretty good game. Better than the last HP game. But still not much replay value to it. I played it through and then sold it on ebay, I got my money back so I can't complain too much. IMO the last fun and really good HP game was Chamber of Secrets.
Summary: It's by far the best one yet but, I HATE THE CAMERA!! When you walk into a room sometimes the camera doesn't follow you right away so, you have to stop and wait for the camera to catch up with you. I don't like going through some of the same rooms over and over again.
Summary: I will start with the positives, of which there are several. The game is gorgeous! I really felt like I was in the HP movie. Voice acting is done by the actors who play the characters in the movie, which adds a lot to the feeling.
Summary: UGH! They finally get the world and controls just right, and fail to build an actual videogame around them. Gamespot was right on when they called it a "virtual reality chore simulator". No one would find this fun, except a 5 year old. I don't know what they were thinking.
Summary: If you like little hide and seek-games, if all you ever wanted to do in a game was "wingardium leviosa", a little poking around the hogwarts grounds, well, you can probably have fun playing the game. Having played The Twilight Princess, this game was a complete letdown for me.
A good romp through for a Harry Potter fan, fine for what it is...don't expect game of the year.
27 July 2010
Excerpt: Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix Anyone who has played a past Harry Potter game, indeed any licensed game at all, will understand and appreciate that there's an awful lot of rubbish out there, with a few gems hidden here and there.
Summary: To begin let me just say that if you are a Harry Potter fan, don't hesitate in purchasing what is essentially a great game, however, the flaws stand out to those yearning for more than a movie tie in.