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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Platform : GameCube
Rated: Everyone
47 customer reviews
Metascore: 67 / 100
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  • Control Ron Weasly, Hermione Granger as well as Harry Potter -- Help them survive the dangers of Azkaban, the infamous wizard's prison
  • Face off against the dreaded Dementors - these powerful prison guards will test Harry and his friends' magic to their limits
  • Use amazing all-new spells - Freeze creatures, control dragons and conjure up a Patronus
  • Multiple exciting subquests - Fly on a Hippogriff, reveal the secrets of the Marauder's Map and face wild, magical two-player challenges
  • New mini-games like Flying Seahorse Fishing and Dueling Club
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Immerse yourself in the magic wizardry of Harry Potter as you switch between characters and master spells to topple Harry's arch foes. Alternate and play as Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger and Harry Potter to combine their strengths and confront the sinister guards of Azkaban prison, Sirius Black and the Dementors. In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban you'll encounter an array of new characters and creatures, undertake a variety of sub-quests, soar on a Hippogriff, reveal secrets of the Marauder's Map, and take on their friends in exciting multiple two-player challenges and mini-games.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00021HBPO
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,586 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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72 of 79 people found the following review helpful By W. C. Bryant VINE VOICE on June 4, 2004
I'm going to start off by coming right out and saying that I played the first two titles in this franchise, and enjoyed them both. I've read the books, seen the movies, and have enjoyed (for the most part) the games. So as you read this review, appreciate that I'm not coming down on Harry Potter himself, nor am I slighting the world that Rowling has created in the books, and Warner Bros. have put to the screen. Nor am I even taking undo shots at the great and mighty Electronic Arts, although they deserve a few for getting a little lazy with this most recent addition to the line of Potter gaming titles.
First and foremost, let me air my chief complaint. You don't play Quidditch. Not once. In fact, you never touch a broom. The Quidditch matches are reduced to a static cut scene, where you're simply holding the Quidditch Cup. The cynic in me suspects that EA left it out to help drive sales of their stand-alone Quidditch title. But none of the speculation matters, it's simply not there.
My second issue is this game is exceptionally short. I'm not sure how long it took me to finish each of the first two, but it was longer (in each case) than the 5 hours or so it took me to play this one from start to finish. That's not braggadocio. I mean, for one, we're talking about a game in the Harry Potter franchise that has to be something that can appeal to, and be completed by, a wide age and ability range of gamers. So 'easy' isn't an issue here, particularly since a game like this isn't so much something you get for a challenge, but rather an opportunity to sort of live a little bit of Hogwarts. For another, I enjoy getting off the beaten path a bit in games.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By T. J. Jones on June 10, 2004
This game was awesome! The graphics were better, you can go anywhere in Hogwarts, ANYWHERE being the key word. The whole game was just so real and you really felt like you were at Hogwarts. Ok, so there was no quidditch, but I played the pc version and I have to say if you play that version and than the one for Gamecube, you'll think this one is 100 times better. My favorite part of the whole game would either be flying Buckbeak or fighting the dementors. Buy it as soon as possible, it's no waste of money! And I'm not just saying this b/c I'm a huge Harry Potter fan, but b/c it was truly a phenomenal strategy, and challenging game!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on January 28, 2005
I bought the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

game on Gamecube systom four days ago. I am a horrible game player, and yet, I beat the game in two days. Not because it was easy, (even though some parts were,) but because it was

soooo SHORT. It was VERY fun, but I was quit dissapointed on not facing a boggart on the first day of term, and how you get the patronus charm spell book, and you don't get to save Buckbeak, and don't do as much as SEE a broomstick. However, the parts that were in it were very enjoyable. I was also pleased the makers of the game took notice of other creatures such as Redcaps & Hinnkypunks. I LLLLOOOOVVVEEE Harry Potter, and I think the game could have been better, but I would advise buying it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 5, 2004
I bought this game expecting something hard and challenging but instead I got a good game but too short. Don't get me wrong this game is still challenging for little kids but it's just that I'm very good at games so it was easy for me. I beat it in one day. It was fun while it lasted but I think that this game was shorter than the other games. Thats why I think it's only $39.99. I reccomend this game for everyone but if gamers are like me think about renting it. If you're a true Harry Potter fan or like Harry Potter a lot then I would buy it because even through it's short it's still a good addition to your collection.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 25, 2004
This is a good game. Well, I'm a Harry Potter freak and own all four (counting the QWC). But, this game is just that...good. Let me say that it's very, very short. Let me give you an example. I bought it at the mall at about eleven, came home and ate lunch, went into my room and played the game in the length of one o'clock and six o'clock. I finished it as my mom called for dinner. But, this game has some really fun mini games and is even more enjoyable if you own the GameBoy Advance and the GBA version of the game. But I was kind of disappointed that there was no Quidditch or extended game play. Don't get me wrong, playing it over is fun. But, it's just sucks that I could finish it in about six hours. As any other Harry Potter game the music and landscape is great but it can become choppy and can sometimes freeze up. Another big plus to this game is that you can play as Ron, Harry, and Hermione and use their talents and knowledge to get past certain puzzles. But, the downfall of this is that Harry still is the main played character. When I heard all of them were playable I thought they would finally do everything together. Go on and face Voldemort together unlike the first two video games. Turns out Ron (like movie and book) was hurt always hurt or looking for Scabbers and Hermione always ran to get help or was hurt. Sometimes you would just play as Ron or Hermione but Harry had the best inventory of spells and items. But, it is very cool to travel through Hogwarts again and find all the Wizard Cards I missed and to re-live my favorite parts of the game. Over all, I recommend it!!!
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