Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy


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In this video game adaptation of J.K.Rowling's third installment of the hit book series, we follow Harry, Ron and Hermione in their adventures.

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19 June 2004 | Dream_Believer
Boring
In one word, I found the game to be boring. I played it on Gamecube and while the challenges to find spells was fairly good, the rest needed a lot of work. For as much ground as there is to explore, there should be more things to find. It ends up feeling like a waste of time to run around all over the grounds and not hardly find anything. It's also extremely annoying to constantly listen to the other two characters tagging along constantly gripe and complain about wanting to go to bed or it being too hot outside. They need only once say that there's nothing else required for the day, but they don't have to continue nagging on about it as though I'm going to forget while I search the game for other hidden items. Another annoyance is in the entrance hall - what looks like there should be entrances but they are stoned in. What's the point of making them look like they should be entrances somewhere if they aren't?

And to move away from the story of Harry Potter - the use of trolls as guards on the seventh floor at night is hardly believable concerning there was such a fuss in The Sorcerer's Stone about one being let loose in the school. Yet here in this game they are being used as guards in the school. The game also felt as though it moved slow and was a bit sluggish. The ending was also too fast and not very conclusive. Overall, it felt like someone threw this game together in a hurry and did a terrible job.

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Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Horror | Mystery | Thriller

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2 June 2004

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English


Country of Origin

USA

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