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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is an Action-Adventure game that combines fun, familiar and family-friendly LEGO video game play mechanics with the storyline and characters of the latter half of the Harry Potter universe. The game is built on the events from the movie series ranging from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix through Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. Features include: 24 story events, and 16 lessons, new charms, spells and dueling skills, new characters, wireless 2-player simultaneous support and DS touch controls.
Connect the Bricks of the Final Chapters
Based on the last three Harry Potter books and final four films, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 takes players through Harry Potter's heroic adventures in the Muggle and wizarding worlds. From Privet Drive in Little Whinging to Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade and Hogwarts - plus new locations including Grimmauld Place, the Ministry of Magic, and Godric's Hollow - players will encounter new faces, new challenges and new magic, preparing them for the ultimate face-off against Lord Voldemort.
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 builds upon the magical gameplay, lessons and potion-making skills learned in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 to equip gamers with tools necessary to challenge a host of new foes and some familiar ones (including He Who Must Not Be Named). The game is action-packed from start to finish, including loads of new lessons, spells and bonus content for hours of family-friendly gaming.
Key Game Features
- Play through 24 story events and return to Hogwarts where there are 16 different lessons to attend
- Learn and use all new charms and spells including the 'Unforgivable Curses'
- Master advanced dueling skills to defeat Voldemort's Death Eaters as you battle toward the ultimate showdown with the Dark Lord himself
- Discover and unlock over 80 characters including, Fenrir Greyback, Bellatrix Lestrange and Professor Horace Slughorn
- Utilize wireless 2-player simultaneous support to play with friends and family
- Controls optimized for the DS touchscreen
Your favorite movie events.
New charms, spells and skills.
Top Customer Reviews
If you expected this game to be just like HP Years 1-4, then yes, you will be disappointed. I admit that I was sorely disappointed at first. However, the longer I played the game, the more I got accustomed to it and I actually started to like it. However, I don't like it nearly as much as HP Years 1-4 for several reasons:
*Controls can be difficult to use, especially when switching between characters/spells
*Graphics during the "movie" scenes leave a lot to be desired
*When flying on the broomstick, it is nearly impossible to see where your character is going
*Some dueling battles feel excessively drawn out and it is almost impossible to defeat the other character
*Some levels (Gringott's Break In, Great Hall when Fred/George are leaving Hogwarts, etc.) need more directions so that you actually know what to do. I shouldn't have to run a Google search to figure out how to defeat a level...
Overall, I give this game 3 stars. I don't like how it was such a drastic change from HP Years 1-4, but as stated earlier: once I got accustomed to it, it wasn't too bad.
I was/am *massively* disappointed in the sequal. Here's just a few things that are wrong with this game:
1) There's pretty much NO stylus use in this game. (I must have wasted 5 minutes trying to cast my first spell with the stylus, as you did in the first game, before I figured out the hold-charge-release button technique required to cast spells.) There is no fun in casting spells in this game. Just push and hold a button and the computer does the rest. BORING. And I'm very sad to say I don't think my daughter will be able to play this one, since the controls are NOT intuitive or easy to navigate. I suppose it's similar in control to the other Lego games (like Indiana Jones), but after playing through using the stylus for everything on the first HP game, this seems like a major step backward.
2) I miss having a map on the top screen and playing/controlling on the bottom screen. The new bottom half just displays your spell options and seems a waste of the second screen.Read more ›
The graphics are quite poor, and with the concept of the stylus gone, this game just isn't as fun. The concept is basically the same though, go through every level trying to collect as many studs, do spells to unlock new areas, and collect the hats, red legos, and unlock characters. I guess the only thing I do like more about this one is that the game allows you the option of saving more frequently since each section is broken down into multiple sections. You can also leave some areas by choice, not because the game moves on. This can be helpful if you still want to explore.
Otherwise, this game is a huge disappointment compared to the first, although I don't think it's as poorly done as Pirates of the Caribbean Lego, but probably about second since I have both Indiana Jones and both Star Wars Lego on top of the original Harry Potter one. In the end, if you're a fan of the original, you probably won't like this one as much.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is so much fun for my kids to play. They characters, although legos, still look and act like the characters in the book/movie. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kiki
My then 6 year old fell in love with all things Harry Potter over the holidays. Fortunately for her, mommy and daddy had not seen the last 3 movies so we had a movie marathon one... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TaroReadr
Says multiple. No multiplayer. I read online elsewhere that it was taken out for the DS version, but the product page here clearly says there is multiplayer.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Addicted to Harry Potter, the first through fourth years game was a lot easier. I loved the challenge of this one!Published 3 months ago by Natalie J.
This is a very rewarding game for the times when I have nothing else to do.Published 4 months ago by James Kotlarek