Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 User Reviews
The fact that you can use magic, and accurate recreation of the Harry Potter environment. Decent graphics. More compelling plot than previous games. Big booms n' stuff flyin' everywhere. Much better than Part 1, but that's not saying much. The controls are more accurate than before and the dreadful stealth sessions of the first game have been fixed. ApparitionThe bad:
Short, little interactivity, struggles to keep up with the standards of modern gaming, and even the movie. No improvements on past game-play with rigid controls and overly restrictive magic systems. Virtually no enemy variation, bland level design.Summary:
It-that-must-not-be-played. The more action-based version of the Potter series lacks a decent structure, pacing, plot, and engaging shooter mechanics, with no motion-control. The final two games are 3rd-person cover shooters. However, the new game-play allows for a focused, linear perspective, following the movie plotline, taking you to Gringotts and Hogwarts. It is incredibly short. In saying that, there is still no replay value. You play as other key characters in the story, which improves it's game-play slightly.
You get all action all the time. There is almost always no deviation from ...