- Plataforma: Nintendo Wii
- Clasificación ESRB: No recomendada para menores de 10 años
- Media: Videojuegos
- Cantidad producto: 1
Warner Bros Lego Harry Potter - Juego (Wii)
- Game rating: E10 + (Everyone 10 +)
- Modo multijugador
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Clasificación PEGI: 7
Explorador: Traveller's Tales
Fecha de lanzamiento: 29/06/2010
Género: Acción / Aventura
Modo multijugador: Si
Plataforma: Nintendo Wii
Rango ESRB: E10 + (Everyone 10 +)
Tipo de modo multijugador: fuera de línea
Versión de idioma: ENG
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But since I have little to say that hasn't already been said by many other glowing reviews, I wanted to offer something that might be helpful to other gamers, a tip that I myself was unable to find on the forums and therefore wanted to share the fix. I am sure I am not the only person who ran into this particular glitch, so here it is.
I am sandbox play person, someone who loves to systematically explore everything before moving on to another level, and when I began running through Hogwarts during the first level or two, I smashed and charmed everything I could find and somehow managed to enter a courtyard I may not have been expected to enter at that stage of the game. This didn't cause any problems until after I left Snape's potion lab and discovered that every time I followed the ghost's directions to get outside to what would eventually be the greenhouse area, the game would freeze up when I entered the aforementioned courtyard. EVERY time.
I tried cleaning the disk, and even tried another disk of the game, and it froze every time and broke my heart. I searched forums and while many glitches were reported and even a few suggestions, I found no description of that particular glitch, and wondered if there was something wrong with my Wii, such as limited memory or something.
This is what I stumbled upon: I erased the saved game and started fresh, which was a bit tedious considering you don't get to skip the animation sequences. This time around, instead of running amuck and exploring everything, I followed the ghosts' directions and went where the game wanted me to go. Needless to say, the levels played very quickly, but suddenly I found myself past the freezing glitch and into many more levels. After I had completed those levels, I copied the saved game file to my SD card for safekeeping, as I knew that save was a good one, and could go back into the game and free play and explore to my heart's content. And if I find another freeze glitch, I can copy the saved game file from the SD card back onto the Wii itself and continue from that point.
Bottom line: the game design somehow made it so that you might inadvertently get ahead of the game's intentions by exploring too much, and if that happens, the game gets confused when it finds you had already done something it wasn't expecting you to have done yet, and it freezes. The best way to avoid this is to go where the game tells you to, THEN free play later and explore.
Yes, this was very frustrating for me to figure out, and certainly could have been avoidable by the game designers. However, the overall pleasure I got from the game compensates for the issue, and I won't really hold it against anyone, at least not now that I solved what turned out to be the biggest unintentional puzzle of the game for me.
Hope this helps any of you who may run into the same problem! Now go enjoy this delightful game!
Overall, this game is a must for Harry Potter and Lego game fans. I would highly recommend this game. It is a lot of fun. I should add that I also own Lego Star Wars for the Playstation 2 as well. If you enjoyed Lego Star Wars, or probably any Lego game for that matter, and enjoyed it then Harry Potter is just as fun =)
UPDATE as of 1/23/2011: I decided to bump this from 5 stars to 4 stars. Why, you may ask? Well, I ran into a glitch that caused me a lot of problems. I got to a part in my game where I had to use magic to put lego pieces together in order to continue on with the story. Well, one of the lego pieces got stuck and continually disappeared, then reappeared, then disappeared, and then reappeared over and over and over again! I in turn kept attempting to use my magic to move the puzzle piece, but it kept disappearing too quickly to give me a chance to fix the glitch! I then quit the game and tried going back in a second time to see if it would go back to normal, but the glitch was apparently saved, so that was no help at all. At first I thought I had to start all over again, which angered me to no end because I was pretty far into the game. What I did instead was repeated another level from start to finish. Amazingly, this fixed the glitch. I replayed a previous level I had already beaten, and then when I went back to the level with the glitch I realized it disappeared!! I was finally able to continue!
It's unfortunate that I have to knock off a star due to a glitch problem, but it does ruin the fun when you have to replay another level just to fix a problem with the game. If it wasn't for glitches I would have kept it at 5 stars.