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It looks, sounds and plays exactly the same as last year’s “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” No matter, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” still offers enough “Zelda”-type gameplay and production values to make it a PSOne standout. It’s also from a different developer than the next-generation versions of the same game, so Potter maniacs won’t be playing through the same game they’ve already beaten on PS2. Rent it first if possible though, since EA’s $40 price tag seems excessive given how affordable new games for PSOne sell for these days.
Harry Potter ne faillit pas non plus sur PSX, où il réalise même le tour de force de nous surprendre par une version de qualité, très complète et suffisamment variée pour ne pas ennuyer le joueur. La durée de vie est également correcte, et la relative accessibilité du soft le réserve tout particulièrement aux jeunes joueurs.
It's a fairly inoffensive game that does a fairly solid job of following the plot of the book. There's some solid voice work, some pleasant diversions courtesy of the frequent mini-games, and that helpful auto-jump, auto-climb control scheme we saw in Sorcerer's Stone. It's not spectacular, but it's good enough.