Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
"Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" (original title)

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Video game adaptation of the first Harry Potter novel from J.K. Rowling's popular boy-wizard series.


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Credited cast:
Ron Weasley (voice)
David Coker ...
Professor Severus Snape / Argus Filch / Filius Flitwick / Gringotts Goblin (voice)
Chris Crosby ...
Peeves (voice)
David de Keyser ...
Gary Fairhall ...
Mr. Ollivander / Narrator (voice)
Ève Karpf ...
Jonathan Kydd ...
Hagrid / Eeylops Owl Emporium Owner (voice)
Victoria Robinson ...
Gryffindor Common Room Girl (voice)
Harry Robinson ...
Emily Robinson ...
Joe Sowerbutts ...
Harry Potter / Draco Malfoy / Vincent Crabbe / Gregory Goyle / Armour Gallery Student (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jesper Adefelt ...
Abraham Aguilar ...
(voice) (as Ignacio Aldeguer)


Video game adaptation of the first Harry Potter novel from J.K. Rowling's popular boy-wizard series. Meet up with Ron and Hermione, learn to fly a broom and play Quidditch, collect wizard cards, discover secret passages at Hogwarts, cast magic spells... all to the end of defeating You-Know-Who and stopping his evil plans for the Sorcerer's Stone. Written by Kay-22

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Adventure | Fantasy


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16 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Several spells make their only appearance in the game, and are not seen in the films. These include: Flipendo, Skurge, and Avifors among others. See more »


When opening all doors, they swing away from Harry no matter if he is on the outside or inside of the doors. See more »


Voldemort: Let me speak to him... face to face...
Professor Quirrell: Master you are not strong enough...
Voldemort: I have strength enough for this!
[Quirrell unwravels his turban and spins his head round revealing Voldemort]
Voldemort: Give me the stone!
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Followed by Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup (2003) See more »

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very,very good game
25 August 2002 | by (Tokyo) – See all my reviews

I am a hardline online gamer, have been for 5 years. I bought this game because 1; i like the books, and 2; it seemed a gentle enough game to introduce my son, all of 3 years and 10 months, into the educational values of a decent computer game with a good, non-violent story attached. This game is great, and my son loves it ( i control Harry with the direction keys, my son casts spells on switches, trees, doxy's and gnomes etc with the mouse. His hand/eye co-ordination is developing a treat). This is a thoroughly engaging, well thought out and imaginative game. The graphics and lighting are pleasing, the attention to detail is authentic and amusing (example; wizard card details), the levels are well designed and their variety has a good balance and is close in feel and plot to the first book. It;s a great kid's game, and adults may well enjoy it too. I certainly have.

btw, of special note should be the music by Jeremy Soule which is absolutely superb, far better than the movie's score in my opinion, and whoever the voice talent was who did a ripping John Cleese impression for the voice of Nearly Headless Nick deserves a round of applause.

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