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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 - PC

Platform : Windows XP
95 customer reviews
Metascore: 79 / 100
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  • Experience your favorite Harry Potter moments through the proven prism of the LEGO video game franchise.
  • Explore iconic settings including Hogwarts castle, Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest and the village of Hogsmeade. LEGO Hogwarts castle is a grand, immersive 3-D environment and the largest, most detailed LEGO game location ever built.
  • Play as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger as well as other favorite characters with over 100 possible options.
  • Attend lessons, cast spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks, and complete tasks to earn points.
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Platform: PC

Product Description

Build the adventure from Privet Drive to the Triwizard Tournament and experience the magic of the first four Harry Potter stories - LEGO style! Explore Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, learn spells, brew potions and relive the adventures like never before with tongue-in-cheek humor and creative customization that is unique to LEGO videogames!

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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 brings the action, adventure and fun of the first 4 stories in the Harry Potter catalog to the video game screen in the way only the LEGO franchise can. Featuring all your favorite characters and story environments, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 lets players play as the wizard of their choice, combining them piece by piece as is only possible in the LEGO franchise of games. Play options include single player story mode, free-play and two-player co-op.

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Harry in LEGO form from LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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Relive the Adventures
Connect the bricks from Privet Drive to the Triwizard Tournament and experience the magic of the first four Harry Potter stories, LEGO style in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4. Explore Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, learn spells, brew potions, and relive the adventures like never before with tongue-in-cheek humor and creative customization that is unique to LEGO video games.

Key Game Features

  • Explore Interactive Environments - Explore iconic settings from the wizarding world including Hogwarts castle, Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forest and the village of Hogsmeade. LEGO Hogwarts castle is a grand, immersive 3-D environment and the largest, most detailed LEGO game location ever built.
  • Your Favorite Characters - Play as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger as well as other favorite characters with over 100 possible options.
  • Be a Wizard - Attend lessons, cast spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks, and complete tasks to earn points.
  • Co-op Multiplayer - Conjure up fun with a friend and play through Harry's first four years at Hogwarts as a team with the co-op play option.
  • Be Who You Want to Be - Be who you want to be anytime with character swapping and free-play abilities.
  • LEGO Gameplay Experience - Experience your favorite Harry Potter moments through the proven prism of the LEGO video game franchise.
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Harry and the gang in the halls of Hogworts in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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Harry moving blocks LEGO video game style in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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A scary blue baddie in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
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Harry flying high on a Quidditch broom in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
Soar with Mr. Potter.
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System Requirements

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OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Processor: 1.8 GHz Intel Pentium 4 / AMD XP 2200+
RAM: XP-256MB, 512MB-Vista and 7
Disc Drive: DVD-ROM drive
Hard Drive: 4.5GB available hard disk space
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 5800 series ATI Radeon HD 1300 Pro
Sound Card: Sound Card DirectSound Compatible (DirectX 9.0c or higher)
Input Device: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers

Product Details

Platform: PC
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002BSA2XY
  • Item Weight: 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 29, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,495 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Nobody on July 5, 2010
Platform for Display: PC Verified Purchase
I'm trying to divide my review into two parts: 1) The game. 2) The bugs.

1) The game. The game is an innovative take on the standard Lego game engine (which I have been used to from the Star Wars versions), with a much more fluid game interface and transition giving it a stronger feel of a cohesive world. I'm not that familiar with the Harry Potter story, but my son (the game player) finds that it fits right in with the story line. I did notice that the Lego tradition of no dialog (only grunting) in the video transitions completely breaks down. If you don't know the movies (or at least the book) they make no sense. It took my son over 8 hours to play the game through to the end (just to get to the levels, not to do the free play). Overall it is a fun game for those who like Harry Potter and the general Lego take on these things in its games. Just on that basis I would give it a 4 star rating.

2) The bugs. Their technical support tells me that Windows 7 is not supported. I have a laptop with Windows 7 and better graphics which would crash. There were two types of crashes. Random crashes that just didn't repeat if you replayed the level, and then there were two specific points in the game which crashed 100% of the time. I was able to get around those crashes by lowering the graphics setting in one place, and raising it back up in the other. I moved it to an older Vista machine, and it works (it crashes on exit, but who cares?). That older Vista machine has a lousy graphics card and to the credit of the game makers, they adjust the graphics down to compensate, so the game works fine.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Wighthouse65 on July 7, 2010
Platform for Display: PC
Best (and simplest) LEGO game yet and suitable for all ages.

Excellent tech support (and you most likely will need it). Be sure your machine WELL EXCEEDS the basic hardware requirements required for the game to function properly. I would even recommend that it surpasses recommended hardware specs for a trouble-free gaming experience as this game makes some serious demands on your system if run with all options enabled.

I had many issues and challenges with this game the first weeks after release but have since resolved all challenges I faced both with TT Games support and through personal trial and error. Now it's back to fun and am looking to complete it this weekend.

Incidentally, I am running this on Windows 7 32-bit with 4 GB of RAM on an Intel Dual-Core 1.86 GHz machine. Just make sure that you have a VERY good video card with sufficient power to run this game. Some of the later levels are very graphics intensive and will bog your machine down to crash mode if you do not have sufficient resources.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ken McKell on September 12, 2010
Platform for Display: PC Verified Purchase
Playing LEGO Harry Potter for the PC has been an exercise in fun sprinkled with a few bouts of frustration.

First off, the gameplay is just about flawless but I do have a nitpick or two:

PROS:

- If you can think of any character in the Harry Potter Universe, you can pretty much play as that character in the LEGO Game. My wife was especially excited when she realized she could play as a plasticised version of Robert Pattinson (He's SOOO DREAMY!! Could LEGO Twilight be next?!).
- One of the bonus extras that shows up early in the game prevents characters from constantly falling to their doom, which was a *huge* problem with previous games. Sure, it's a 3D game, but it's also on a 2D screen and thus the lack of depth perception makes the location of some objects difficult to figure out in relation to other objects. Perhaps this isn't an issue if you have a 3D screen?
- While playing with two players, the screen "splits" in order to allow individuals to explore without needing their companion to tag along. It's a weird effect that does take some time to get used to, but it makes 2-player multitasking so much easier and much more fun.
- The idea of having the characters use the Wingardium Leviosa spell to build objects is genius and extremely fun to watch.
- Like the other LEGO games, the surprises, creativity, and slightly dark humor put into the game are just a joy to behold. It must be a lot of fun working for Traveler's Tales!
- Music from the scores for the first four films -- including Patrick Doyle's -- is a nice touch.
- The game is huge! My wife and I are spending a lot more time getting to the 100% level than other LEGO games.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Alp on June 9, 2011
Platform for Display: PC Verified Purchase
My desktop's CPU is an AMD 6000+ with 4GB RAM a Radeon HD 5750 1GB graphics card and 1TB of disk space (I built it myself). It handled the graphics without problems and I was able to finish the game, but the game was pretty buggy and I had to restart it almost after every chapter. Be aware that it's graphics intensive, so you need a good graphics card to play it. I doubt the default desktops from Best Buy would be able to play it.

The game hangs very often. If it had no bugs, it would be the best LEGO game of them all. The characters can cast different spells and potions, fly in brooms, etc. Hogwarts is huge with many places to explore. The graphics are beautiful and detailed and the different actions each character can do are numerous.

The worst bug was in the part with Fluffy (the 3-headed dog). It didn't behave correctly, so that the solution to the puzzle didn't work. Restarting the game didn't help either. I had to create a new save point and play the game all over again. The second time it worked well.

Hanging around the Leaky Cauldron would cause the game to hang every time, so I would try to leave it as soon as possible. Sometimes, one of the Xbox controllers would work and not the other (I played it with the controllers plugged to my PC).

I noticed if I completed a chapter and waited until the new chapter started before quitting the game, most of the time the game would not hang. This could be psychological because I have only played the story game once (no free play).

My recommendation is to wait until the game drops in price to $10 and then buy it. That way you won't feel so bad putting up with the bugs and restarting the chapters. I was able to finish the game, but I'm not going to try free play. It's just too buggy.
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