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Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (Wii)

Platform : Nintendo Wii
3.4 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • The wand is the ultimate weapon: Hold nothing back! Unleash an arsenal of formidable magic to defeat attackers, protect yourself from harm and evade capture.
  • Deadly enemies lurk around every corner: Fight Voldemort’s minions, including Death Eaters, Snatchers and Dementors. Overcome a host of fierce creatures attacking on instinct alone. No other Harry Potter game has had this level of action!
  • Become a master in stealth: Use the Invisibility Cloak, Polyjuice Potion and Peruvian Instant Darkness Powder to avoid detection and sneak past adversaries.
  • Unique cover mechanics: Use magic to create and wield cover. Utilise the environment to make shields out of trees, tables and statues, and then throw them at enemies, turning defence into attack.
  • Powerful potions: Find and trade goods for potions that can be used to attack, escape, restore health or increase your luck.
  • Out of Hogwarts and on the run: Your dangerous journey takes you through a host of new environments, from city streets to remote wilderness areas, to new and iconic wizarding locations
  • Each presents different enemies to fight, challenges to uncover and quests to complete.
  • New game engine: A new game engine built specifically to leverage the technology of HD consoles ensures high definition graphics and visceral gameplay that will immerse you in the action like never before!
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B003RRXZOG
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 145 g
  • Release Date: 19 Nov. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,155 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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As the saga of Harry Potter looms towards a conclusion at the cinema it's time for video games fans to get the game they've always wished for. Based on the blockbusting movie and the original novel, the first part of the Deathly Hallows finds Harry and his friends fighting for their lives in a much more action-orientated adventure than usual.

  • The wand is the ultimate weapon: Hold nothing back! Unleash an arsenal of formidable magic to defeat attackers, protect yourself from harm and evade capture.
  • Deadly enemies lurk around every corner: Fight Voldemort's minions, including Death Eaters, Snatchers and Dementors. Overcome a host of fierce creatures attacking on instinct alone. No other Harry Potter game has had this level of action!
  • Become a master in stealth: Use the Invisibility Cloak, Polyjuice Potion and Peruvian Instant Darkness Powder to avoid detection and sneak past adversaries.
  • Unique cover mechanics: Use magic to create and wield cover. Utilise the environment to make shields out of trees, tables and statues, and then throw them at enemies, turning defence into attack.
  • Powerful potions: Find and trade goods for potions that can be used to attack, escape, restore health or increase your luck.
  • Out of Hogwarts and on the run: Your dangerous journey takes you through a host of new environments, from city streets to remote wilderness areas, to new and iconic wizarding locations: each presents different enemies to fight, challenges to uncover and quests to complete.

Manufacturer's Description

As the saga of Harry Potter looms towards a conclusion at the cinema it's time for video games fans to get the game they've always wished for. Based on the blockbusting movie and the original novel, the first part of the Deathly Hallows finds Harry and his friends fighting for their lives in a much more action-orientated adventure than usual.


Take on the Death Eaters in amazing third person action
Battle with a friend in the exclusive Kinect levels
Spells can be used for defence as well as attack
He may be a wizard but Harry still needs to take cover

The time for exploring Hogwarts and solving puzzles is over, as the young wizards battle Death Eaters and Lord Voldemort himself. The game is designed like a third person action title, complete with an intuitive cover system but with a wand as your only weapon.

Not all of the spells are purely for attack though, with Leviosa allowing you to create and destroy cover and Confundo giving you the power to turn enemies into allies for a brief period. There's never been a Harry Potter game like this before, with enough action and intrigue to suit every fan.

Key Features
  • Action Hero: The most action-packed Harry Potter game ever with intense third person combat, stunning graphics and a huge range of new spells to learn.
  • Wizards' Armoury: Use a range of authentic attacking spells from the simple Stupefy to more powerful but difficult to use magic such as Crucio and Expelliarmus.
  • Dark Arts: Use non-lethal spells such as Leviosa to move objects, Confundo to bewitch enemies, and Expecto Patronum to rescue allies from Dementors.
  • Levelling Up: Gain experience as you fight and you can unlock and upgrade Harry's abilities and magic, with up to six different spells available at any one time.
  • Kinecting Fans: A unique co-operative two-player mode for the Xbox 360 version features support for the new Kinect motion control system.
About the Developer: EA Bright Light
This developer was founded in 2007 by Electronic Arts, after they bought Burnout developer Criterion Games. Also based in Guildford, Bright Light specialises in family games and has worked on the Harry Potter tie-ins as well as original titles such as Create and non-game projects like Flips.


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As an avid Harry Potter fan, I have enjoyed all the other video games produced, they have been reasonably simple and quite straight forward, however the Deathly Hallows video game is totally different. For me the biggest disappointment of the game is Harry is basically running round killing death eaters & snatchers, which totally contradicts what JK was trying to emphasis in her books, throughout the seven books Harry refused to cause harm to anyone and definitely would never tried to kill anyone.

The pace of the game varies dramatically, to progress through the levels it is often easier for Harry to be hidden under his invisibility cloak, however if you walk for too long with out pausing, or you bump into someone or something the cloak falls off and instantly there are death eaters shooting at you from all angles, causing the game to suddenly get quite frantic.

One of the flaws of the other two HP wii games, was the camera angles which often made it hard to see, with this they have tried to improve it using the remote to control what Harry is looking at and the direction he is walking in (camera controls) and the nun chuck to control walking, however yet again, this hasn't worked, the game is slow at responding and moving around, so often you are being shot at from behind and it takes a long time to find the enemy, but which time Harry has died and the you go back to the last saved part of the mission or you discover that Harry is running in completely the wrong direction and you end up with the screen going round and round in circles.
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I pre-ordered this game to add to the excitment of re-reading the book and seeing the film. I waited until i had finished both before starting the game - and I was extremely dissapointed.

The game follows little of the plot of the book/film and is extremely repetetive - the levels that i did play consisted of aiming and pressing 'B' constantly to stun death eaters or snatchers. Not very interesting.

The game felt very slow and clunky - very slow to respond to my actions even after I had adjusted sensitivity settings. The camera angles were all over the place and it was very hard to target enemies - by the time you had got the character to turn around Harry was Dead. Was the Game designed by He who must not be named?!!

I have really enjoyed playing all of the previous HP games but this one was really a complete let down. There was none of the magic or role play of the previous games. I really hate it.

So frustrated that i turned it off after an hour :( You usually have to drag off a new HP game.

Part 2 best be a lot better or I am sending EA staff to Azkaban!
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The control mechanics do not work very well. The camera does not work very well. The First Person parts are terrible.

Please EA remedy this before Pt 2 !

Half-Blood Prince was pretty good but this is such a big disappointment...at least the film was good.
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Downsides to the game are mostly the controls.
I was disappointed to find instead of waving the control to cast spells you're just pushing buttons.
Moving about can get a bit annoying aswell, however you do get used to it after spinning in circles for ages.
I have to say though I do like it alot more than the Half-Blood Prince, in this game I feel like there is more to do.
Overall not as good as the Order of the Phoenix but better than Half-Blood Prince.
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I really really loved the Wii incarnation of The Order of the Phoenix, finally the Wii was showing us what it could do, free roaming and choosing what to do when, along with all the mini-games made it an excellent game to play. The Half Blood Prince followed and although not living up to its predecessor was entertaining enough...and now finally I get to the point. For some reason (clearly known only to EA) the winning formula has changed and after excitedly returning home and ripping off the cellophane wrapping, I found myself greeted with a clunky, third person shooter that gave the impression of being a badly designed port from another console. The Wii controllers have SO much potential when it comes to these games and instead of casting spells I spent my time flailing about trying to get Harry to walk in a straight line...a near impossible task while characters on the screen repeated the same phrases over and over again. The book and the film are absolutely brilliant, the game should follow suit but sadly this is definitely not the case.
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The one redeeming thing this has is the graphics aren't too bad but I have seen better.

I have always found the Harry Potter games a hit or a miss.

This for me is a miss, I honestly wish I hadn't bothered to pre-order this game for the following reasons:

1) The controls are shocking - you either are too late getting the enemy or you are going round in circles
2) OK I have said the graphics aren't too bad but when the action picks up it feels a little sketchy
3) The four-points spell the other reviewers have mentioned has never worked for me yet - I can't even work out who Mr Weasly is meant to be considering I have tried to 'talk' to all characters at one point more than once
4) AR or Augmented Reality - I can't get the image or the code using my webcam and the reason for this is because not all webcams or graphics cards can pick this up, I did a search on the internet - so if yours doesn't work you need to search the internet for codes - this can take a while when game is brand new

So overall not impressed in the slightest and probably going to sell the game on.
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