Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

Video Game  -  Fantasy | Adventure  -  2 June 2004 (USA)
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Stephen Abingdon ...
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Tom Attenborough ...
Harry Potter (voice)
George Banks ...
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Will'm Bentinck ...
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Ron Weasley (voice)
Eddie Cooper ...
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Severus Snape / Filius Flitwick (voice) (as Allan Cordunner)
Chris Crosby ...
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Adele Cutting ...
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Gary Fairhall ...
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Peter Pettigrew (voice)
William Green ...
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The first installment in the Harry Potter Video Game series where characters Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley are playable. See more »

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On the Murauder's Map level on the Playstation 2 and X-Box versions, if the player is caught by Snape for unknown reasons Snape will just continuously cough and splutter. See more »

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Followed by Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) See more »

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Flying Buckbeak
Written by Jeremy Soule
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Highly Addicting, High Replay Value, VERY GOOD Game!
22 June 2004 | by (Somewhere Southeast of the Arabian Peninsula) – See all my reviews

There's no need to be the world's best videogamer or a big fan of the Harry Potter series to like this game. Highly addictive, quite amusing and some good voice-acting and soundtracks in this game only enhance it further. 3-Character scrolling (You could switch from Harry to Ron to Hermione) was very well done. Overall Rating: 3 - 4 *'s

RATING SCALE:5 *'s = Superb 4*'s = Excellent 3's = Pretty Good 2 *'s So-So 1 * = Bleh!! :( -1 * = Sucked like a bucket of ticks

Graphics: Most of the characters were modeled very closely to their movie counterparts, with a couple of exceptions because the 3-D thing just didn't pan out very well with their "look". The landscaping of the castle and grounds was nice. 3 *'s

Ease of Gameplay: Since I rented it & it was only a 3 day rental, I was hoping that the controls would be fairly easy to pick up. (I am not the best gameplayer and cannot usually beat a game within 3 days.) Surprisingly, I had NO problem whatsoever in playing; very nice, no mad button-mashing skills required. Even a beginner videogamer could get the hang of this. 5 *'s

Plot line & Flow of Gameplay: Loved the book, the movie was quite well done, and so going in with the hopes that the video game was just as well done as the latter, all I can say is that my hopes were not dashed. The gameplay was nice and smooth, flowy and at a relaxed pace. The cut scenes were excellently done. 4*'s

Re-Play Value: If you played it once, you will probably want to play it again. I myself found it highly amusing and addictive (I put off studying for all my exams to play the game for all the days that I had it) and since I have returned the game to the rental outlet, I am going to buy myself a personal copy. Therefore, the re-play value would be pretty high.

Disappointments: The only thing that I felt a little bit miffed about was how the game resolved the conflict. Maybe a little bit more of a real RPG-style should have been granted to some pieces. (IE- Exploring Hogsmeade & the Shrieking Shack since there was practically nothing to do with them.)


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