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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
34 customer reviews
Metascore: 61 / 100
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  • Immerse Yourself in Magic—Interact with magical objects, ghosts and portraits in every room, corridor and courtyard—all faithfully recreated from the movies.
  • Perfect Your Wand Work—Cast spells to unleash powerful fifth-year magic.
  • Lead Dumbledore’s Army—Recruit fellow students and teach them defence against the dark arts.
  • Relive the Magic of the Movie—…from the Dementor attack in Little Whinging to the epic battles at the Ministry of Magic.
  • Unleash Advanced Magic—Play as Sirius and Dumbledore as they fight Lucius, Bellatrix and Voldemort in the Ministry of Magic.
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Product Description

Platform:PlayStation2

In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry returns for his fifth year of study at Hogwarts. The wizarding community is in denial about his recent encounter with the evil Lord Voldemort. The Minister for Magic, Cornelius Fudge, appoints a new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher to keep watch over Dumbledore and the Hogwarts students. The young wizards are woefully unprepared to defend themselves against the dark forces threatening them, leaving Harry, Ron and Hermione to handles things themselves. Harry prepares a group of young wizards calling themselves "Dumbledore's Army" for the extraordinary battle that lies ahead.


Product Details

Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B000O5RHZW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 25, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,949 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By S. Griffin on July 16, 2007
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I just got this game today, and one for the first things that struck me was that this game's "fun factor" greatly depends on what type of gamer you are. If you prefer games with a clear storyline, then mabie you should consider other Harry Potter titles (I would suggest Prisoner of Azkaban). But if you LOVE to explore, especially Hogwarts, then BUY THIS GAME! I like exploring a lot, and have been waiting for a game where they make Hogwarts as accurate to the movie/books as is possible, and now they've finally done it! The Hogwarts in this game is big, it's accurate, and honestly a bit confusing. I find myself lost at times in Hogwarts, saying "I don't think I've ever been here before." The graphics for the enviorments are very good, the floors are shiny in parts, and if you look closely, you can actually see parts of the rest of the castle through the windows (it's hard because a lot of them are stained glass). I was however dissappointed with the graphics for the people. They aren't very good compared with the castle. DO NOT GO BY THE VIDEO ABOVE FOR GRAPHICS! The video on this page is a preview of the Wii version, and the people in the PS2 version DO NOT LOOK LIKE THAT! I agree with other reviewers, so far as I've gotten the story isn't very obvious.

Pros: ~Hogwarts is big and confusing, as it should be
~The enviornment graphics are fantastic
~Hogwarts is an explorer/Harry Potter fan's dream!

Cons: ~Story not very good/clear
~People graphics aren't that good
~Navigating Hogwarts can be time-consuming

Overall: This game is pretty good, Hogwarts is fun to explore, though fun at first it can be time-consuming to go to places (but a good marauder will find that there are many time-saving passages ;) ).
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By James Hiller VINE VOICE on July 17, 2007
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I'm a casual gamer, playing games that might interest me only, not really on the lookout for the latest and greatest. I'm also a big Harry Potter fan. In past years, I avoided the Harry Potter games merely because of some of the other movie tie-in games that I've played were basically on the intelligence level of an eight year old and rather silly indeed. But with the new book coming out this week, and the movie as well, I was sucked into purchasing this game, and have been pleasantly surprised.

Order of the Phoenix follows very closely the book and the movie, starting with a quick Dementor attach, to learning spells in Grimmauld Place, to quickly landing at Hogwarts. In the game, you are required to assemble the new D.A. by performing tasks, and to train the army with Defence spells. Along throughout the castle, you are asked to use your wand to repair things, clean up things, and discover many secrets hidden in the castle to earn more magical power for Harry.

Now, as a serious, challenging game, this isn't it. I've been finding it fairly easy to complete the tasks. In some occasions which the game required magic to complete a task, I found it easier to hold the controller with one hand while operating my wand with another. It was great fun to use spells to make things fly across the room, make carpets shake, and set lights on fire. Again, not challenging, but fun.

Let me say that the visual representation of Hogwarts is magnificent. It really is very complex, many leveled and layered. The details put into each room is just like being on the movie sets. The Grand Hall is beautiful, the Gryffindor Common Room has lots of little details, and even the journey to Hagrid's Hut is long and breathtaking.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tyler Wood on July 1, 2007
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
This game was fun but it took a lot of work to cast the spells. Unlike previous games where a person could just press the square, triangle, or circle buttons to cast a spell, they now have to move the left analog stick in the different directions, or a series of directions to cast different spells. This is hard at first and it was hard to remember what ways you need to turn your analog stick, but I have found as I played the game more, it became more enjoyable. Althought I like this game it seems like it was made for the Wii system, because of the way you have to cast your spells.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Maxitita on July 31, 2007
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
I'm a great Harry Potter fan and I think this is the best Harry Potter game. I was disappointed by the Goblet of Fire game but I was really satisfied with this one. Hogwarts is so beautiful, so realistic, it really looks like the film's Hogwarts ! It is so immense you get lost in the many corridors and staircases at first, but you can also use the Marauder's map to find your way ! There is no load time between rooms, so you feel that Hogwarts is real. You have to fix things with your spells, you interact with the objects : armours, portraits, carpets, and even the golden snitch ! It's really nice to discover Hogwarts as if you were there ! And you earn points and rewards ! The storyline is OK, it's not great, but I think it's enough to understand the story. Spellcasting is really fun. You get to learn moves with the controller to cast spells.
It's definitely the best Harry Potter game !
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on July 8, 2007
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Overall: Being a huge Harry Potter fan, I naturally loved the game. This one really brought the characters and the settings in the books to life. It even refers to things that happened in previous books. Whoever wrote the script for the characters must have really studied the book. They are all so true to their personalities and the game has witty conversations between all of the characters that are very humorous (particularly Collin Creevy bugging Harry and also Ronald & Hermione's constant bickering). The portraits talk to you as you walk by and the students shout their greetings (although they're not always pleasant ones). Along with the characters and dialougue, the castle makes you feel like you are really at Hogwarts. You can freely explore the grounds from the owlery to the gryffindor boys dormitory. There are many passages and other secrets to discover as you learn more spells to help you find them!

Graphics: When I first popped in this game, I was immediately dissapointed by the awful graphics of the characters. They just look so flat. Perhaps this is becuase I just got done with Final Fantasy XII and the graphics were beyond brilliant. Hogwarts castle, however, was beautifully done and I soon learned to look passed the strange looking characters when I got into playing the game.

Game Play: Like I mentioned, you can freely roam the castle and do the tasks pretty much in whatever order you feel like. You have tasks you must complete, but you can do them in your own time and take a breather whenever you like to play wizard chess or work extra hard to get an O in all of your subjects. The only thing I missed from the GOF game is being able to switch between characters and having the option to play with two players.
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