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Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (2010)

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Experience the first half of Harry Potter's school life in Lego form.


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Credited cast:
... Hagrid (archive footage)
Lottie Deakin-Berry ... (voice)
... Uncle Vernon (archive footage)
... Ron Weasley (archive footage)
... Professor Dumbledore (archive footage)
... Mr. Ollivander (archive footage)
... Harry Potter (archive footage)
... Professor McGonagall (archive footage)
... Hermione Granger (archive footage)


From the makers of Lego Star Wars, Lego Indiana Jones, & Lego Batman. And based off of the best selling novel and film series. Now for the first time ever play as Harry Potter in his first four years at Hogwarts in Lego form. From the search of the Sorcessor's Stone to the casting votes of the Goblet of Fire, experience everything you like about the series in a different way. Written by J LeGault

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3 May 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Lego Harry Potter: Lata 1-4  »

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The first Lego Harry Potter related video game since Lego Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002). See more »


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5 July 2013 | by See all my reviews


After the disastrous last two adult games of the Potter saga, I had to face now the Lego adaptations.

If the production is really excellent (music & design), I didn't have more fun and finally gave up after Year 2 (Chamber of secrets).

As I wrote before about Lego Star Wars, Lego Indy, still applies here: the games are too long and above all, too repetitive. There's only 1 way to play and if you can't figure the logical steps, you can't progress. At the beginning, it's okay but when you know that the end of each year is 20 levels ahead, with maybe too much cut scene, you get tired. On top of that, you only meet mumbling characters: sure it's easy to have an international release but I'm not that dumb! Next, the saving process is awful, as you have to finish a part to save and can't leave after a level!

In conclusion, this lack of fun was too painful and leads me to let down the 5-7 Years game as well. I don't even try to install it and for now, I know that I won't never play again a Lego game, even if the graphics, music and universe are really interesting! Bye bye !

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