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games xtreme (Dec 07, 2011)
This is the second Harry Potter Lego game and it pushes all the right buttons, it's fun, it's addictive and it's cleverly designed. It provides hours and hours of entertainment and most of all gets the Potterverse correct. It's much better than the direct movie tie-in games and provides far more entertainment. There's a lot of Potter lore here if you're willing to go look for it and some great tongue-in-cheek moments. It's a perfect game for adults, kids and big adult kids. Seriously, if you're a Harry Potter fan just go for the Lego games, this is one not to miss.
God is a Geek (Nov 21, 2011)
Ultimately, whether you will love LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 boils down to if you actually like Harry Potter or not. There’s a chance that if you aren’t a fan, you may be drawn in with the charming visuals, exploratory gameplay and excellent structure, but at the end of the day it is still Harry Potter starring in the game. Fans however, will absolutely adore every moment.
BeefJack (Dec 22, 2011)
It might simplify the storyline, but that means it rolls along far more smoothly than of the films/novels it’s adapted from. And the funny takes on the events of the films make Years 5-7 worth a play alone.
76 (Nov 25, 2011)
Klar schließen die Jahre 5-7 direkt an den Vorgänger an - aber muss sich das Spiel deswegen unbedingt wie ein Add-On anfühlen? Die Atmosphäre ist unverändert zauberhaft, Hogwarts ein gigantischer Spielplatz mit massenhaft Austobmöglichkeiten für Pfadfinder und Freischalter. Der Humor ist unverändert großartig bis hochgradig albern, die nicht-lineare Struktur des Spiels lädt zum Experimentieren ein, der Umfang ist beeindruckend, der Splitscreen-Modus unverändert vorbildlich. Und dennoch bleibt die Faszination etwas auf der Strecke: Die Lego-Piraten waren spielerisch fortgeschrittener und vor allem auch anspruchsvoller - wie schon der erste Lego Harry ist auch der zweite sehr einfach, der Schwerpunkt des Designs liegt auf einfachen Puzzles, weniger auf Kämpfen. Wer das Szenario mag, wird auch dieses zauberhafte Abenteuer in sein Herz schließen - aber ein wenig ernüchtert bin ich trotzdem.
75 (Nov 25, 2011)
La série des LEGO est de retour en grande forme avec LEGO Harry Potter : Années 5 à 7, qui clôt très honorablement l'exploration du monde du petit sorcier devenu grand. Si les réfractaires peuvent encore une fois passer leur chemin, les autres trouveront beaucoup de plaisir à redécouvrir cet univers fait de petites briques, tant pour l'atmosphère qui s'en dégage que pour la récolte de bonus en tout genre.
Gaming Age (Nov 30, 2011)
So here’s hoping that Traveler’s Tales has something more in store for whatever the next LEGO title might be. I’m not sure that there’s another property ripe for the LEGO treatment at this point, with Star Wars and Pirates being the only two licenses they could hope to continue. And considering we won’t see a lot of new material out of either series for a couple years at the most, maybe that’ll give the developers a little more time to go back to the drawing board. Still, if you’ve ever enjoyed the LEGO games, than I can’t deny that Harry Potter remains one of the best uses of that license. I certainly enjoyed this game, and would highly recommend it to parents or likeminded adults looking for a little whimsical fun from their videogames this year.
XboxAchievements (Nov 24, 2011)
A series, and a game, that seems to have lost a remarkable amount of lustre and just doesn’t feel as interesting to play through as some of it’s peers. The story is drab and drawn out, plus the tasks that litter the game are overly simplistic even for a kids title. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is still better than any number of kids titles and movie tie ins, but otherwise this is a major disappointment for fans of LEGO games and Potter alike, and just doesn’t have that spark of magic that you would expect.