Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
1 October 2012
Excerpt: If you have played any of the other LEGO games you already know what to expect with LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. Set in the LEGOfied wizarding world, the newest iteration never delivers on moving the series beyond what has already been done, but it does provide solid gameplay, plenty of fan...
Pros: Using magic in the LEGO universe, Collecting additional characters, The LEGO version of the story
Cons: There’s nothing new, Targeting can be temperamental, Resisting the urge to collect every single stud
Excerpt: I remember that my mother, in an attempt to make me spend less time with my PS2, gave me the Harry Potter book series. Partially that had its effect – all seven books were read in no time – but the decrease in gaming didn’t happen.
Conclusion: Boasting wonderful atmosphere and locales that mirror the movie script perfectly, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is a game perfect for children with its simplistic gameplay and limited options for failure.
Excerpt: In the interests of saving everyone some time, I'd like you to answer the following questions as honestly as possible. Believe me, it's better for us all this way: If the answer to either or both of those questions is yes, then thank you very much for your time and don't let the door hit your...
Summary: This time round, Harry’s Lego adventures were definitely less offensive than before. But, with a lack of online play, some obtuse puzzles, and the disorientating Hogwarts levels, it still seems like a step back from the last Star Wars games; and I feel that the Warner IPs so far have been somewhat...
Summary: If you're looking for a great and fun Potter game, then skip the tie-ins and concentrate on Lego Harry Potter 2. It ticks all the right boxes and whilst you're at it get the first game as well if you don't have it.
Summary: Few toys are as iconic as Legos. The multicolored, interlocking plastic blocks are surely as important to the free time of those who came of age in the late 70’s to mid 80’s as videogames are to later generations.
Summary: Do you like Harry Potter? Then you'll like LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7. Simple as that. It isn't just a formless beast feeding off of your love of the franchise, though, it is actually a really solid game thanks to a couple of level design and progression tweaks that make makes the LEGO game style...
Excerpt: I like LEGO. I like Harry Potter. I like games. Put it all together and you get LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5 – 7. Which I like. This is the sequel to LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1 – 4 and is a great romp through the imaginary world of J.K.