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Harry Potter Order of the Phoenix - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
35 customer reviews
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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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Platform: Xbox 360

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

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B000O5TJTE
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 25, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,863 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By N. Nadeau on June 26, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
It has been a while since a decent Harry Potter game has been released, the last note worthy game that came out was back on the xbox, Harry Potter and the Chamber of secrets, the game played full out like a Zelda style of an adventure game, and had alot going for it in the fun gameplay department, Now we fast forward 3 years later to Potter's 5th year at Hogwarts.

Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix (which i will refer to from here on as HP:OOP) has taken a new step into the HP gaming franchise, the developers of the game EA have gone full on to make a virtual and near perfect rendition of the entire school of Hogwarts. Yes you can explore everything from the Library, to Hagrids Hut, or even Mertels Bathroom. There are loads of secrets to be found i the game through what is known as Discoveries. By simply using your Non combat magic you can clean up messes, fix things, move around furniture, start fires etc, there is so much stuff you can do its not funny.

At any point in the game once you start learning your Defence against the dark arts magic, you can approach certain characters and challenge them to a duel so to speak, you can recruit lots of people and have them trained into Dumblerdores Army, Which goes into the story line of the Order of the Phoenix, You can attend classes and learn lots of HP universe stuff, you can play HORDES of mini games, from Chess, to Memory Cards etc... The list goes on, Not to mention this type of game is PERFECT for the Xbox 360 Achievments, there is alot to do and achievments to push you to do them.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Hart on August 28, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Having played each of the various video games based upon the first four Harry Potter films & books, it has been interesting to observe how each new game has evolved beyond the differences in each of the stories that each game is based. For example, the third game ("Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban") was the first to permit a player to play as a character other than Harry: in addition to Harry, the player could also play as Ron or Hermione and switch between any of these three characters at will at any point during the game. The third game was also the first game in which successfully finding collector cards had an overall impact upon game play. The fourth game ("Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire") again allowed the player to play as Harry, Ron or Hermione, but unlike the previous game, the player had to remain as the chosen character for the duration of a particular level. Also, collector cards had a much greater impact upon the game as they defined what abilities or stamina the particular player would have based upon which three cards the player chose to use at a particular time. While the first three games had players wandering about Hogwarts (and sometimes other locations), the fourth game was more restrictive in that a player could not just wander anywhere.

What, then distinguishes the fifth game ("Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix") from its predecessors? First, it is the first Harry Potter game available for next-gen video consoles. Second, more than any previous game, the rendition of Hogwarts Castle is the most accurate to any of the films and permits a player to go anywhere within its walls. Third, no beans or collector cards: but not to worry: there are plenty of other types of achievements that impact game play.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By C. Norway on July 3, 2007
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Color me impressed.

There's not many games based off of movie adaptations out there that are worthwhile. For every Chronicles of Riddick, or Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (HP:OOTP) there's a 100's of Transformers or Surfs Ups. This is the rare gem that actually delivers.

First up, the games major selling point: Hogwarts. If you've ever dreamed of walking around the grand staircase, talking to paintings or heading to Hagrid's Hut, or thumping down to Potions class...this game will not disappoint. The castle is lovingly recreated, with direct access to just about all the areas you'd expect (with the only exception I can think of being Dumbledore's office...cut scene only on that one...at least 70% through the game, anyway). There's tons to explore, nooks and crannies to find, and interesting scenery all around.

Second, there's tons to do...not just in the main quest, but in interacting (mostly casting spells at) with the environment. The institution of "discovery points" (points recieved for finding new things, ways to interact with your environment, etc) being the way to level up really keeps in the spirit of the franchise. There's just a huge abundance of "neat" stuff to do in every area, from changing the house flags in the great hall to hunting down hidden plaques and statues, to finding painting passwords (which lead to shortcuts) to playing HP "lore" minigames like Wizards chess, gobstones and Snaps!.

Next up, the story is compelling (which is no surprise considering the source material). This is actually my ONE beef with the game,though I completely understand WHY they do it: The cut scenes give you snippets of the plot, but leave whole swaths of the story untold.
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