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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Platform : GameCube
Rated: Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
Metascore: 62 / 100
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  • Return to Hogwarts to explore a richer world, with dazzling, authentic recreations and immersive environments
  • Gain greater magical control and learn advanced second-year spells
  • Hop onto Harry's Nimbus 2000 broom and explore as you get involved in Wizard Duels, Quidditch league games and much more
  • Uncover wonderous magical items, like the Invisibility Cloak, broomsticks, Chocolate Frog Famous Wizard Cards, and potion ingredients
  • Interact with popular characters from the books, like Gilderoy Lockhart, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy, and Rubeus Hagrid
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Product Description

Platform: GameCube

This new Harry Potter experience includes new characters, locations and gameplay, a new ending, and a day/night format that highlights game-specific story elements.

Product Details

Platform: GameCube
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  • ASIN: B0000BVUYH
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 9, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,291 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: GameCube
This game is sooooooooooooooo awsome! This game turns Harry's world colerfull and exciting. So many different challenges it will keep you buisy for a very long time. This game is perfect for any Harry Potter fan out there. If you are a fan put it in your collection. Most of the words are the same from the book and the movie in almost the same places too. This is a must have game!
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Platform for Display: GameCube
I've played plenty of video games over the last decade and if you asked me to give you an honest appraisal of Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone compared to other current Gamecube games, the game probably wouldn't rank that high. But... you're talking to a hardcore Harry Potter fan who read each book at least three times and viewed each movie just as often. In other words, you're talking to a Potter fanatic so it's difficult to give an honest opinion of this game. Truthfully, it's probably an average title with gameplay similar to an easier Tomb Raider, only Hogwarts castle replaces Lara Croft's latest ancient ruin. In the Sorcerer's Stone, you control Harry Potter as he explores Hogwarts in a linear story that allows him to meet all his professors, train in all popular spells from the books and movies, practice plenty of broomstick acrobatics and quidditch heroics, and still follow the course of the original story. It sounds like some of the actors in the movies voice their video game characters, but not many, and all famous Potter characters look like their movie versions although the game does draw a little bit of story and scenery from the books as the movie probably didn't provide enough content. Popular movie franchises such as Star Wars and Star Trek have seen plenty of poor gaming spin-offs so I'm sure Harry Potter will see it's fair share of subpar games. Hopefully, one day we'll get a super Harry Potter game, but this will have to do for all Potter fans until the next book or movie.
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Platform for Display: GameCube
I liked this game better than Chamber of Secrets, which, by the way, was made before Sorcerer's Stone. They seem like they're very similar at first glance, but once you actually sit down and play them, you'll notice big differences.

In the beginning of Chamber of Secrets, you feel a little lost. But in the beginning of this game, you are introduced to Harry, know who he is, know what is in store for him, and what have you. The game has better lighting effects than Chamber of Secrets, which was very dark. There are new spells to learn and cast. When you went outside the castle in Chamber of Secrets, you could only explore certain areas unless you were on the broomstick, but in this game, you can walk around pretty much the whole Hogwarts campus.

However, this game still lacks certain qualities that made the book and movie a success. The game doesn't seem as magical as it was meant to be. Harry's and Ron's voices still sound like girls. The Spell Challenges are a little frustrating. And the ending scene felt a little incomplete.

Overall, I am very pleased with this game. This game was better than Chamber of Secrets, but I still think that they could do better than this.
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By A Customer on January 28, 2004
Platform for Display: GameCube
this game is really fun if you lovew hary potter. I love it becuase there is more to explore and more to do and you can do the tasks again and keep trying until you get it all right. I love it and its a great game is is defintely worth the price. I haven't beaten it yet but i know i have spent quite a bit of time on it i really love it. Only get it if you are a harry potter fan.
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By A Customer on May 18, 2012
Platform for Display: GameCube Verified Purchase
OK So I realize how critical I've been towards these games as a series. I finally got the opportunity to play this game. I really think for its time this game is pretty good. Before I bought this game I made the choice to read reviews for the game. Every review I read was different and every opinion was different but one review caught my eye and the reviewer was talking about this title being better than its sequel Chamber of Secrets and at first I was like scratching my head like "Huh? What? What is this person saying?" So then I left a comment on the review because in my mind the review made no sense. But after playing the game now I was beginning to understand what that review really meant. Even though it said that Sorcerer's Stone was better than Chamber of Secrets which was the person's opinion, what the person actually implied was the year it came out vs. the chronological order of the series. See Chamber of Secrets came out in 2002 and Sorcerer's Stone first came out in 2001 for PC, Playstation, Gameboy Color (GBC), Gameboy Advance and Mac OS X following the release of the film. Then EA later announced a remake of this exact same title (with respect in the UK this title being called Philosophers Stone, and in the US Sorcerer's Stone) for Gamecube, Xbox and PS2 came out in 2003. Which now makes sense to me since this title is still the first game in the series but the Gamecube version along with its Xbox and PS2 counter parts were released later.

Now let me talk about the game, first of all like the other HP games on Gamecube like 2,3 & 4 this game relies on the spells in the game all rely on being assigned to different buttons and in this case the B,Y and X buttons and they don't have to be assigned to specific buttons they can be assigned to any as long as it is B, Y or X. .
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