I like Harry Potter too. Never played any of the past Video games. How are they?
@Vnqshr: Ok, i'll be sure to post my impressions of Epic Mickey once it releases.
Cheers Eden, I'm really curious, I feel it could be absolutely amazing, or slightly embarressing.
Shawn, the past games are spotty.
Philosopher's Stone to Azkaban - Interesting fun, more kiddy games, just like the first two films. Follow the stories well, collecting 'bertie botts beans' and such along the way, so it's very 'everyone' oriented.
Goblet - Tried to do a more 'level' based game, rather than the open world, so they could add co-op. Didn't work well at all. But at least they tried to make it a bit more realisitic.
OotP and HBP - Based more on the actual films, with amazing representations of Hogwarts. Great fun for fans, and those who like to explore and such, with some ok mini-games. Much higher level of realism, rather than cartoony, made them great for me to play, and I enjoyed completing both of these the most.
Lego - Cutesy game. If you like the other Lego games, you'll like this. Surprisingly well thought-out and attention to detail. Enjoyed playing it, despite some horrible glitches that have kept me from achieveing platinum.
Deathly Hallows looks like a 3rd person shooter style game, and I'll be VERY interested to see how it plays, especially without the central hub of Hogwarts. Also, my local EB is selling it for $50AU instead of the usual $80 to $100AU that games normally cost, so that made me slightly worried.
Will have to wait and see!
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