I was not suprised how this game came out. It lived up higher even than my expectations. I loved playing this game. The character varieties are tremendous. And i think they kept pretty good to the storyline in the books and movies as well as making them more humorus. They also have most of the great music from the movies.
There is so much to do even after you finish the gameplay movies. The graphics in this came are pretty good. You can have multiple weapons of choice with each character you play. The scenes and characters are well detailed. It is fun to explore the school of hogwarts there are many different rooms. I was so surprised to see how much there was to do at hogwarts. How much space there was to roam free with your character.
Overall this is a great game. This game has improved a bit compared to the other lego games. I would say buy it if you are a big lego fan. This game is pretty hard to give back. There are pretty much no regrets to buying it. But still if you are not all that familiar with the lego games i would suggest rent it first.
This is a great game in the Lego series. It has the good humor and destructible enviroments all Lego players have come to know and love. It includes easy to learn gameplay, and a lot of bonuses and unlockables that will keep a gamer who likes to collect everything in a game busy for a good while. If you are a person that loves legos, puzzles, comedy, cheats, and magic, then this game was meant for you. I am not the kind of person who likes constant puzzles, and I still enjoyed this game.
posted by maggie1983 (ALBUQUERQUE, NM) Oct 18, 2010
Member since Oct 2010
I will give the game props for the cut scenes which were very cute/funny. And also for the creativeness of doing spells and such - if you are a fan of HP you'll like that you can do Lumos in dark places. :)
Downside is: my husband and I played this game on our 24 inch tv (non flat screen, non lcd, non hd, nothing special tv) and it was somewhat difficult to distinguish items / locations in game. We have played Lego Indiana Jones and Lego Star Wars on the same tv before as well as Mario Galaxy 1 and 2 and had no difficulties with those games which leads me to believe that the heavy/dark color scheme of the Lego Harry Potter game (mostly maroon, navy, hunter green ect ect) might have had something to do with it.