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- Play as Harry, Hermione, Ron, Ginny, Seamus, Neville, Molly Weasley and Professor McGonagall as they each play their part in the defense of Hogwarts and the destruction of Voldemort
- Wield the power of accomplished wizards as you duel the most fearsome and formidable characters of the wizarding world
- Use your magical skills to defeat Death Eaters, Snatchers, and giants intent on destruction
- Experience the stunning environments of Hogwarts as you've never seen it before
- Play through the second half of the Deathy Hallows adventure
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 is a third-person Action-Adventure game that allows players to continue the adventures of Harry Potter. The second part of the Deathly Hallows release, players again take on quest to find and destroy the magical items known as Horcruxes, through which Lord Voldemort hopes to attain immortality. Features include: multiple playable characters, exciting wizard duels, diverse enemies including everything from Death Eaters to giants, and stunning game environments.
The Final Battle of Hogwarts
Step up and play the parts of your heroes in the epic finale of the entertainment event of the decade. Playing as Harry and other key characters in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 the video game, you are on a dangerous and urgent quest to locate and destroy the remaining Horcruxes, and with them, Voldemort. Break into the high security vaults of Gringotts Bank, escape Fiendfyre in the Room of Requirement and battle Voldemort's most powerful allies as you defend Hogwarts in this action-packed experience. Featuring the most epic battles of any Harry Potter games gone before, this is the ultimate showdown against Voldemort and his Dark Forces. The fate of the wizarding world rests in your hands in the final battle for Hogwarts.
- Play the Parts of Your Heroes - Take on the role of different characters as each plays a pivotal role in the battle for Hogwarts. Play as Harry, Hermione, Ron, Ginny, Seamus, Neville, Molly Weasley and Professor McGonagall as they each play their part in the defense of Hogwarts and the destruction of Voldemort
- Epic Battles - Wield the power of accomplished wizards as you duel the most fearsome and formidable characters of the wizarding world
- Fight the Dark Forces – Use your magical skills to defeat Death Eaters, Snatchers, and giants intent on destruction
- Stunning Environments - Experience Hogwarts as you've never seen it before
Multiple playable characters.
Epic wizard battles.
Stunning game environments.
A variety of enemy types.
Top Customer Reviews
One major gripe I had with Part 1 was the unresponsiveness of the controls when trying to take cover and how I would sometimes get hit with spells regardless if I was behind cover. The controls in Part 2 overall feel tighter. If you see an object you want to duck behind, you're most likely going to be able to without issue. The spell cast system has also been updated. Gone is the cumbersome weapon wheel. Not only did it distract from the action, it was overall pointless given that Stupefy was the only practical spell to use against enemies. Now you can switch in between spells with the click of a button which really opens up combat since it allows you to easily cast one-two combos at your foes. The game also encourages you to try different spells given the situation. For instance, Stupefy is good for short ranged enemies while horrible for enemies that are across the map. Expelliarmus helps to break an enemy's Protego shield so you can then finish him or her off with an Expulso spell which shoots rapid fire orbs. The aiming reticule has also been polished. In Part 1, it tended not to stick on enemies in crucial moments. In Part 2, not only does it stick, it forces you not to spam the trigger button as doing so leads to erratic shooting.Read more ›
This game is not very good. I know they tried, but EA Bright Light has failed, failed, failed on every HP game since Prisoner of Azkaban. Goblet of Fire was ok, but it was the transition into failure. I know where they went wrong. They concentrated on making a movie-based game rather than capturing the heart and magic of Harry Potter. This last game, DH2, is a shooter. A shooter for Wizards. A cover-based shooter. It's one protracted fight scene after another. Boring, repetitive, on rails. DH1 was also a shooter, but it was a little more fun than DH2. I played this game with the Move, and I did like that aspect.
Only because I'm a big Potter fan did I give it a generous 3 star. I do not recommend this game to anyone.
Even if you are a Harry Potter fan and want to "experience" everything the franchise has to offer, do not attempt to waste your money.
On the HP7P1 I couldn't even finish the game without being pissed off, with this one I didn't get flustered as much. I took one star off the rating for the little lack of communication. Overall, it is a much better game than the first.
As the movies/books got darker and more mature, so did the games in their own way if not completely. While I did NOT have a chance to play Deathly Hallows Part 1, this is, as much as I can tell, the best that this series has to offer. The game has taken over a "run and gun" sort of feel, complete with an aiming reticule, quick spell selection, and a system of shooting/casting and cover that is reminiscent of Gears of War.
Had this been made from a different company that did not have to stick so close to licencing, this might have made for a pretty awesome stand alone game. But being what it is, and having to abide rules and limitations, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 rather falls flat, much like earlier titles. The fighting is repetitive, the AI characters and enemies are very robotic and poorly programmed, and the controls are very stiff and choppy, despite the sped up tempo of the game. The voice acting is quite good for the 3 main stars Harry, Ron, and Hermoine...but you get the feeling that they just stopped trying with everyone else.
Mostly, I just feel that this game could have been more impressive and enjoyable if it wasn't trying so hard to be literal (to the film), and if the budget had been bigger. I don't have any knowledge of what goes into making a video game, but perhaps there is a connection why movie-licensed games tend to always be so cheap and dissappointing. Still, they tried.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love Harry potter. Was looking forward to a good game, haven't played any newer ones. Didn't know what to expect, but wanted the exploration puzzly type games I've played before. Read morePublished 11 months ago by TheThompsonMom
In a short summary. Graphics are decent, but could have been better. I like certain aspects of this game, such as casting spells, but feel like it's mostly just repetitive and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Justin
He beat it like all the Harry Potter games in 1 day but my grandson liked them .Published 18 months ago by stephrodark
What the heck?! Hermione sounds NOTHING like Hermione. Their voices are SO bad! Talk about being cheap and lazy on what voice actors to choose. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bambi L. Tuckey
Grandson was so happy to get this game. He added it to his collection. Arrived quickly.Published 19 months ago by Gram