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LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 (Wii)
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- Media: Video Game
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
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 the tools necessary to challenge a host of new foes and some familiar ones (including He Who Must Not Be Named). The upcoming title is action-packed from start to finish, including loads of new lessons, spells, and bonus content for hours of family friendly gaming.
- Order LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 from Play.com and receive a fantastic Mini Lego Toy featuring Harry in potions class
- Please be aware that bonus offers are strictly limited, subject to change at any time and only available to customers purchasing directly from Play.com - we cannot supply you with bonus offers if you purchase through PlayTrade
- New locations including Grimmauld Place, the Ministry of Magic and Godric's Hollow
- Learn new spells and meet new characters
- Bigger, more challenging puzzles
- Experience the epic conclusion to one of the most successful movie franchises in history with LEGO's priceless sense of humour
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Top Customer Reviews
The 'good' is the sheer fun and attractiveness of the game, especially in two player. We played 1-4 as a family game and people could drop in and out at will with it all working seamlessly most of the time. That is true again (the lack of online co-op is shame but not a big deal, to us at least)
5-7 continues the story from the films as you might expect, but it adds more complexity along with a few more spells and abilities to make the game a little different to 1-4. It looks to have a bit more to explore too, which is great, since for us getting to 100% was easily as much fun and completing the story mode
The puzzles are still easy (it's almost like they have run out of ideas) but that does mean 100% is within the grasp of even relative novices (ie younger kids, with some grown up help) if they are determined and persistent. One frustration for us is getting stuck because a specific character is needed to perform a specific task - and it isnt always obvious who/what/why that is. The new combat thing seems a little out of character for the game but I guess we will get better with practice - given the focus of the later films does this too, I guess it make sense
The graphics are more 3 dimensional (there are time when characters become very small/distant on the screen) but can be quite glitchy but it hasnt spoiled the game for us yet.Read more ›
There are some difficult stages, but once you figure out how to complete them you can travel on through the game. You can play as lots of characters wearing different outfits for different times- for instance, most characters can wear pyjamas when you have bought that outfit and character. There are loads of characters to find throughout the game- characters like Dirk Cresswell, and favorites such as Ginny and Arthur.
Even though it is definitely a fun and entertaining game, it can get a little boring having to travel all the way through the grounds to get from the Hogwarts Express to Hogwarts, when all you really want is the action. Also you cannot save whenever you want to. You have to keep playing until the Voldemort icon appears. This means that when you need to do something you can't until you have finished a level or section.Altogether I think this game is really fun, can be bought for people of almost any age, and will keep you or whoever you give the game to entertained- but is best played when you have lots of time.Read more ›
However there seems to be many glitches with this game.
The most frustrating part for me is that there is no manual save option, you have to wait until you see Voldemorts head floating on the screen to know that it has saved, which can sometimes take quite a while.
It does not even appear to save after you have bought items in Diagon Alley either, which means that if you unlock something then you have to make sure you get to a save point afterwards or you have to go any buy it again the next time you play.
Also when you leave Diagon Alley through the Leaky Cauldron you have to run through muggle London to find the Hogwarts Express, then you have to run all the way from Hogsmeade back to Hogwarts just to continue the game. I don't think this is a bad thing exactly just tedious.
There are quite a few glitches in this game that causes the Wii to freeze and let out a loud whistling noise, the only way to get past this is to pull the power cable and reboot the Wii. The first time I encountered this was in year 6 around Christmas time. This happened about 3 times before I found a way round the glitch to continue with the game. Now I am nearing the end of year 6 and found another glitch that caused the Wii to freeze. This as you can imagine gets very annoying especially when Children are playing.
I think this game has been a little rushed which is what has caused the glitches; also the lighting can be a little dark in places.
A good game but not up to the standard of the other Lego games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic product. Good value for money and my 9-year-old loves the game. Nothing else to add apart from getting the Wii controllers out and enjoy.Published 1 month ago by Tesh Bloggs
A LEGO game based on Harry Potter, two of my sons favourite things in one neat package! Enjoyable game, easy to play, and takes many hours so value for money is good.Published 1 month ago by J. A. Burt
Good game but has quite a lot of glitches that makes the difficult to complete. Frustrated me and my best friend when we played it, to the point we gave upPublished 2 months ago by Soybean
worth the wait and prize. checked all over, was the cheapestPublished 3 months ago by Shehzad Bhatti
My son bought himself this with his Christmas money and he loves it.Published 3 months ago by Wendy Winbush
A solid game at the level of the other LEGO ones : funny for kids and adult alike (who like the type, of course). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cliente Amazon