Video game version of book II from author J.K. Rowling's famous Harry Potter series sees the young wizard solving the riddle of the Chamber of Secrets.

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Narrator (voice)
Tom Attenborough ...
Harry Potter (voice)
Ben Avis ...
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Jane Avis ...
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Will'm Bentinck ...
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Caroline Bernstein ...
Molly Weasley (voice)
Melanie Bright ...
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Ron Weasley (voice) (as Greg Chilingirian)
David Coker ...
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Severus Snape / Filius Flitwick / Lucius Malfoy (voice) (as Allan Cordunner)
Chris Crosby ...
Peeves (voice)
Gary Fairhall ...
Cornelius Fudge (voice)
Jade Farmillo ...
Katie Bell (voice)
Charlotte Fudge ...
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William Green ...
Colin Creevey (voice)
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Video game version of book II from author J.K. Rowling's famous Harry Potter series. Visit the Weasley home and explore Diagon Alley for your supplies before returning to Hogwarts, where you can refine your Quidditch skills, practice new magic spells, even buy gadgets from the trouble-making twins Fred & George. Of course, all this sneaking around the school should provide enough clues to ultimately make your way into the Chamber of Secrets, face the mysterious Tom Riddle, and duel the basilisk to save Ginny. Written by Kay-22

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Adventure | Fantasy

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14 November 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Harry Potter E a Câmara Secreta  »

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This is the first, and as of 2015 the only, adaption of Harry Potter to feature Hufflepuff's primary colour to be purple. See more »

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Followed by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (2010) See more »

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It's for the kids
19 December 2002 | by (Timisoara, Romania) – See all my reviews

This HP game shows signs of improvement if we compare it with the first one...sadly, it is nothing really interesting for hardcore gamers. It's certainly just for kids, but if you want to see the world of HP, this is the game in which you can. The graphics are very attractive, and Hogwarts as well as Hogwarts grounds look splendid. The changes could be called significant, compared to the first game. Beside the better graphics, there are more game play changes:

1) Wizard Cards-more...and in 3 categories: bronze, silver, gold...haven't found all yet;

2) Lessons - each new spell is learned with the help of your keypad...The course for each lesson has an amount of time, and it depends on how much time you have at the end, how many points you get for Gryffindor;

3) Duels - Nice little thingies, where you can use 3 spells...it's a real good way to earn beans, which are of much more use than in HP 1;

4) Quidditch - there's a new controlling system here...I think it's far easier than the first. There are also more games, so you do have enough to play;

The thing that disappointed me most was the battle against the basilisk, which is quite not as I expected it. The end scene looks groovy though. I'd say the game's worth a look if you're passing through a boring period, or if you just want to see the world of Harry Potter once again.


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