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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (2010)

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As the dark lord grows stronger, Death Eaters begin going for dangerous attacks. Harry, Ron, and Hermione must find the remaining horcruxes and battle dragons, dementors and Death Eaters.

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J.K. Rowling (characters and universe), Andrew S. Walsh (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Sopp Adam Sopp ... Harry Potter (voice)
Rupert Grint ... Ron Weasley (voice)
Alice Keenan Alice Keenan ... Hermione Granger (voice)
Rupert Degas ... Lord Voldemort / Hagrid / Announcer (voice)
Beth Chalmers Beth Chalmers ... Bellatrix Lestrange (voice)
Nick Moran ... Scabior (voice)
James Phelps ... Fred Weasley (voice)
Oliver Phelps ... George Weasley (voice)
Alfred Enoch ... Dean Thomas (voice) (as Alfie Enoch)
Warwick Davis ... Griphook (voice)
Toby Jones ... Dobby (voice)
Simon McBurney ... Kreacher (voice)
Andy Linden Andy Linden ... Mundungus Fletcher (voice)
Jonathan Harden ... Xenophilius Lovegood (voice)
Dominic Coleman ... Arthur Weasley / Announcer (voice)

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As the dark lord grows stronger, Death Eaters begin going for dangerous attacks. Harry, Ron, and Hermione must find the remaining horcruxes and battle dragons, dementors and Death Eaters.

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Alfred Enoch voices his character in this video game adaptation, although the film version of Deathly Hallows: Part I does not feature Alfred Enoch portraying Dean, and is the only film in the franchise to not have him in it. See more »

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Follows Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) See more »

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Part 1: Deadly (technology)
25 June 2013 | by leplatypusSee all my reviews

Well, as a fan of HP, I'm bound to review those two last games as I played and reviewed the sixth before. To put it clearly, it will be the 1st time I wrote about games that I don't achieved. So you understand the lack of quality of those two dreadful last installments and it's a shame for this franchise. As they are clone, the Part 1 will be about the game-play and technology while the Part 2 will focus about the adaptation of the Potterverse.

In a time of high tech consoles, smart-phones, tablets PC, you will be horrified by the production. The loading time is endless, every instruction has to be repeated: "you want to play, press enter" #enter# - loading – "to play, press enter" #enter# - loading ! The same when you quit the game, which happens often: " Do you want to quit ?" #Yes# – loading – "To quit, press" #press# "are you sure you want to quit" ! Sometimes, between levels, you can wait up to 2 minutes watching at a small blazon and reading lines taken from a too much precious grandmother: "Stupefix works better at close range. Protego can help you; ...". Are the designers are so dumb?

The saves are encrypted so it's no use to try to modify them. And they are strictly linear so you can repeat a level if you want (it's strange as we saw they are into repeating indeed).

On Part 1, no way to access or customize the keyboard so you have to figure the functions. On Part 2, they offer the ability but now the camera easily get stuck always too high or too down so I couldn't just look what happens in front of me.

Now, the best for the end: the aim cursor. To say it simply, it behaves like Harry is drunk. You put the circle at the target and the spell fires next to it so you miss. I'm sure the designers would say that it's like the stress in real life but it's just BS.

In conclusion, avoid those silly games at all cost and if you want to know about the adaptation, see you in Part 2 !


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16 November 2010 (USA) See more »

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