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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Reviews

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EuroGamer 3/10 Nov 19 '10
1UP D Nov 16 '10
Games Radar 2/10 Nov 30 '10
GameSpot 5.0/10 Nov 18 '10
GameZone 3/10 Nov 30 '10
IGN 360 2.5/10 Nov 16 '10
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 Previews

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"Like any conclusion to a long-running series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is, shall we say, controversial. Detractors have bemoaned the epilogue and derisively referred to it as "Harry Potter's Camping Adventure"; but I'm a fan, even if it's not my favorite of the bunch (that honor goes to Goblet of Fire, I think). I doubt the videogame based on the upcoming movie adaptation will provoke nearly as much argument though, mainly because it stinks. The Deathly Hallows videogame likely represents EA Bright Light's final at bat with the Harry Potter movie series, which is set to end early next year. Bright Light has had a tough time settling on a formula in the past, so they went for what probably seemed like a safe bet: cover-based third-person shooter. And nicknames like "Wands of War" aside, it's not a completely terrible idea...just a poorly executed one."
" Hey, you three. Yes, you, you, and you. Harry Potter maniac, Harry Potter hater, and guy who read the first chapter of the first book back in eighth grade, got hung up on the fact that the giant wasn't the main character and also riding a dinosaur, and quit reading. You guys. Stop your arguing, because we have something you can all agree on. This, friends, is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1: The Videogame, and no matter who you are or how many times you've dressed up as Harry Potter for Halloween, you will hate this game with every fiber of your being... ..."
"While the third-person shooter aspect of Harry's latest adventure can be fun, the game's story elements fail to live up to those of its literary namesake. "
"Gears of Potter ends up being a failed formula that even dedicated fans won’t enjoy."
"- In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, players will be on the run, fighting ..."
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