LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 - Sony PSP
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- Explore iconic settings from Diagon Alley, the Forbidden Forrest, Hogsmead and, of course, Hogwarts castle. Hogwarts castle is a grand, immersive 3D environment and the largest, most detailed LEGO game location every built.
- Play as Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger as well as other favorite characters; over 100 playable characters.
- Attend lessons, cast spells, mix potions, fly on the broomsticks and complete tasks to earn house points.
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Platform: Sony PSP
Top Customer Reviews
Unlike the PSP versions of the Lego games through Batman, this one is not a port of the console versions, but an appallingly simplistic and dumbed-down version of its own (or perhaps, it appears, a port of the DS version). The camera is frozen in an isometric position and zoomed in, which would put you close to the action if there was any action to see. Instead, the environments are drab, lifeless, small and virtually free of enemies or destructible elements (there ARE some - just very few). There's often little to do but collect studs, most of which are laid out in patterns rather than hidden in objects, so that it often feels more like I'm playing Pac-Man than a Lego adventure.
The gameplay consists almost entirely of casting spells on clearly highlighted objects, but this is robbed of any enjoyability by the obscene level of hand holding. If you have to, for example, light a torch, "Light the torch" appears as your objective, the torch is marked by a waypoint on your map, and when you approach it, you press a single contextual button that chooses the incendio spell for you, and in many cases, this would all be after a character tells you "Maybe you should light that torch!" Speaking of which, the fact that characters talk at all (in the form of text windows) is another unwelcome change, and would be even if they didn't constantly tell you flat-out what to do. If you need to use another character to interact with something, that character's portrait appears as a hint, effectively removing the last possible scrap of guesswork.Read more ›
The graphics, the players, the game options.
To win the game, just being a fan of Harry Potter saga, well, you know it will be easier to do.
not a hard game. good replay value. id rather the puzzles be more difficult, but they are trying to cover a large market, more so geared towards children to young adult.
game plays well. the sound is good, more so the music sequences. graphics are average. and there is even a few bits that got me laughing. this being my first 'lego' game, im not put off. in fact i found it fun.
now its time for years 5-7
a great add on to the lego game collection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Begins a wonderful set of games. My daughter loves playing this even though she'll stop and play years 5-7 occasionally.Published 4 months ago by ez22908
Fast shipping, brand new in case. Manual included. Very pleased.Published 7 months ago by James Weaver