Written on: 02/11/2011 by saintgileshighgate (31 reviews written)
I have never tried this game but i think this game is quite good because if you learn english, You can use this game and then you learn correct spelling. But if you're bored with learning engilsh, use it once because if you use it too many times it will intefere with your learning. (read more)
Written on: 28/02/2009 by Gavin96 (30 reviews written)
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is an impressive game that will be very appealing to the younger kids, but it would also be up to an older child's standards. The storyline is exciting, the graphics are quite good, and how you learn the spells is quite imaginative. The spells can be hard to trace (and, thereby, earn points), and it's unusual how the characters' mothes don't move when they speak. (read more)
Written on: 19/03/2007 by sellocello (1 review written)
Although the game has got good graphics and non-violent, save game function only appears at certain stages which can be quite frustrating for a young child. The game made my son cry! I would not recommend to children younger than 12. (read more)
Written on: 28/04/2006 by thespicycabbage (12 reviews written)
Although many adults would probably not enjoy playing Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the youths might. This game is directed towards them and has no violence and is easy to play. (read more)
Written on: 25/01/2002 by Amazon Customer.
I`m not a Harry Potter fan but played this so my little son could watch. I expected very little and got a pleasant surprise. There is nothing new here. It`s a 3D platform game in fine tradition. It`s pretty easy but then it`s aimed at lower ages but it plays extremely well and is very addictive. There are many irritations but that goes for all games of this nature. The graphics are nicely done and the game looks great considering the low specifications.
Some games are just very, very good... (read more)
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