Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 is the first lego game that I was able to finish at 100% in any of the consoles that I had played. Well, actually, the only other console I played Lego games in is a PSP.
Play as Harry, Ron, Hermione and many more as you explore Hogwarts and engage in countless hours of gameplay spread across 40+ levels based on the Harry Potter books and movies. This game brings the world of Harry Potter to life on the iTouch giving you the power to play with LEGO characters and models in a brand new way.
The game is based on the first four Harry Potter books and movies, so you should be familiar with the series and events in the game if you have seen the movies. Plus, everything is in Lego so it is quite amusing to see this mystic world in bricks.
I like this game for the fact that you can do some finger slides to depict symbols in order to do some wizardry actions like pull, push, levitate, light a fire and many more! As with all other Lego games, you have to replay each level twice: once in single player mode and twice in free play where you can use a character in your group to do special things and which can be made possible to get red bricks and wizard hats.
Great graphics, great sounds and music and great humor based on events from the fiction. This game is pretty much worth it. I definitely recommend this game to all iTouch users out there.
If you had read the book or even watched the movie, then you know how the game goes. It basically follows the same plot as in the movie. Still, when I first checked on this game in the web, I thought it was cool with the graphics and all. But once I got my hands on it and start playing I was like “on to the next game”.
This game is just so bad. Well, let me put it this way, boring. Maybe the next parts of the game are exciting but when I started playing it, it was just a lot of conversation, pressing button to button to bypass a conversation. Man … I stopped playing right away. The graphics are average too.
If you had finished this game, kudos to you. Me, well … I really was not entertained right from the start. So I stopped … and played X-Men Origins: Wolverine instead ;).
I had high hopes for this game considering that it is Electronic Arts. I guess there is a first disappointment and this one is it.