Connect the bricks from Privet Drive to the Triwizard Tournament and experience the magic and adventure of Harry Potter and his friends in the first four stories – LEGO style! Cast spells, make potions and discover a fantastical world in this humorous action adventure game for the whole family.Read full description
Connect the bricks from Privet Drive to the Triwizard Tournament and experience the magic and adventure of Harry Potter and his friends in the first four stories – LEGO style! Cast spells, make potions and discover a fantastical world in this humorous action adventure game for the whole family.
You'll join Harry, Ron, Hermione and other favorite characters at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to learn the arts of magic and explore Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade, the Forbidden Forest and other enchanted locations. Beautifully detailed environments, tongue-in-cheek humor and learning are all hallmarks of LEGO video games, served up here with lashings of broomsticks and screeching mandrake roots.
Enormous game which offers a faithful, affectionate and humorous recreation of the world of Harry Potter.
More than 100 playable characters and many with special abilities, such as Harry's invisibility cloak, and Hermione's talent for solving tricky puzzles.
Hundreds of hidden secrets to find, puzzles to solve and challenges to complete that require lateral thinking.
Face off against mighty bosses in epic confrontations – including 'He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named'!
True co-operative multiplayer – the second player can drop in and out at will, with seamless split-screen camera control.
Level creator allows players to add a new twist to their adventures.
Beautifully imagined cutscenes and the iconic musical score.
Huge replayability – unlocking characters and spells allows players to do things in earlier areas of the game that are not possible on first playthrough.
Supports PS3 gamepads connected using Bluetooth®.
The following graphics cards are not supported: Intel GMA series and NVIDIA 7xxx series.
This game is not currently supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive).
Years 1-4 have some of the best scenes in the movie series. Sadly, the Lego games don't live up to those scenes. Without any words guiding this game, its hard to do a movie adaptation of it. The only exception would be Star Wars, because those titles have much more room to play with. Here in Harry Potter we lose the charm that the movies had because some of the important scenes did not make the cut. It felt rushed and unpolished. Having Hogwarts as an open HUB was nice, but other than that it did not feel as though I was a wizard in training. I wanted to take some classes (like the movies) and learn new spells (like the movies). But instead the entire game felt like a tutorial guiding you through the game while holding your hand every step of the way. What I am trying to say is that freedom is a rare thing to see when it came to this game, and freedom is something you need in a Lego game.
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