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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 - Xbox 360
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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: Xbox 360
Top Customer Reviews
We recently purchased the newest Lego Harry Potter Game, years 5-7. For some reason the graphics were a lot nicer on the newer game. And there were not as many glitches as in the 1-4 game (getting to a point in the level where your character is stuck and cannot get out, or repeatedly falls off the edge and you can't do anything, etc). For that reason I would recommend it over this game, if you had to choose. But I say don't choose and play both!
After beating the game we have not played again, but I think if I can convince my husband I will try to play both Lego Harry Potter games again in the future--they are just too much fun! But if I could only play one over I would choose the 5-7 version.
But if you're a "completionist" like me, you might find this game frustrating. I've already run into several bugs that have prevented me from getting all of the gold bricks and, based on a few quick searches, I'm not alone. Apparently, many people have run into instances where the triggers to make a gold brick appear are missing or all of the triggers are activated but the bricks never appear.
It's still a nice change from fast-paces shooters, senseless button-mashers, or immersive RPGs; but those who love to get full trophies/achievements might end up being frustrated in the end.
The worst one in my opinion happens if you quit a level the first time playing it. If you get stuck in a level and want to retry or if you experience another glitch in a level and quit the level the game will then continue on in the story mode and skip the level altogether. The level doesn't even show up on the storyboard with the other levels that you can replay, it's just gone. So to complete the game you need to start over completely.
To me this makes the game unplayable right now as I don't want to restart and this is not the only glitch in the game.
Again, this is an awesome game, but if you're considering buying it, you should wait until they release a patch to fix the issues.
I only see my daughter every other weekend and so I try and find things that we can both enjoy doing together and this game is just a perfect example of how parents and their kids can mix their hobbies and generally have fun together.
Before this I had to play Barbie with her so it was a major step up for a parent.
The game requires co-operation and communication to work together. You'll feel like a team and have a lovely experience. I recommend this game to anyone who has a son or a daughter aged 6+
Years 5-7 even improve on this formula but I still recommend finishing this one at least once before going for the second one (plus the second one is more expensive since it's newer).
This is one of those cases where a computer game has a positive influence on a kid, go out there and buy a copy of this game. I find it very unlikely that anyone would be disappointed.
In addition, something that is much better about the multi-player option in this LEGO game than others is the split-screen option. You and your partner can be on opposite sides of a large room instead of always having to be together (in LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Indiana Jones, if one player got too far away, he would either drag the other along or the game would make him appear in a spot next to the stationary player).
As with the other LEGO games, though, it is almost a requirement to have seen the movies first. There is little instruction (and no verbal instruction at all) so you must either figure it out by blowing everything up or remembering how the characters solved their dilemma from the films.
There is also at least one glitch (we once had to start the game over because we exited a level before finishing it), but I did not encounter as many as I was warned about online. Perhaps we got lucky, but it was still fun even if we had to start again.
However, overall this game is very good and tons of fun. I just recommend you have a Potter fan in the room to help you out.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Harry Potter Lego's is awesome. Very fun and entertaining. You can't go wrong if you're a Harry Potter fan!Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Unfortunately I never received this package but u did get a refund and went and purchased it at game stop. This is for my 7 year old. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mad
This is an outstanding game. The tone is fun and not too hard. I seriously think this may be a contender for favorite Potter videogame EVER. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Gary Abosch