Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1video game

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1video Game Review
If you are a Potter fan who didn't particularly like the other games becuase of the lack of action, get this game. It is perfect for the gamers who like games with action.This one is really intense.
Lots of action.Good gameplay. Good spells.Graphics and controls are good - seems relatively bug free.Love this game.

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The Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 videogame is the most challenging yet, packed from start to finish with action and combat. Playing as Harry, you are on the run from the opening sequence, fighting for survival on a desperate and dangerous quest to locate and destroy Voldemort’s Horcruxes. There are no more lessons, no more training. This time the danger is real. It’s time to fight your life.This is a certified movie game – it’s not Gears of War. According to that , you have to know what you are receiving . Probably this is not the most finished shooter on the planet, however from a story  viewpoint I discovered this to be entertaining.

The stealth sequences have been exciting and also from time to time kept me personally on the seat of my pants. I'm not really a die hard game player, so I in fact loved the fact that the enemies were not too hard for me personally to determine. The frantic pace of it was fun, and it left the door open for looking for techniques for various situations.
I will say that I had a hard time to tell what was good cover and what was bad cover in most Potter Games.

Pretty good  graphics overall, and the scenery is pretty cool as well. I have the feeling that this game is the best one since the Prisoner of Azkaban game.It offers non-stop dueling, which is a pretty impressing feature as well. I really enjoyed the X BOX part. Everything was so realistic! As far as the Kinect mode goes, I've only played  an hour of it and it gives the 360 version the edge over the PS3 version.
Though you are restricted to use three interchangeable weapons per mini game it is still a blast to play for the five minutes each mini game lasts.

The cut-scenes are a little bit drawn out, however I assume it is great if you wish to hear the story once again.The combats seem to get a little bit repetitive though.
The camera is at an position to where you can hardly even see in front of you, the spells are simply boring, the wand controls are really complicated and may hardly be modified. By the end of the game, you simply end up operating through the stage with your invisibility cloak on and prevent almost all contact with enemies
, because you would like to reach the end of the game. The Kinect version especially needs a little more help.
There is a very brief information that literally flashes on the screen before each level and then nothing. I think either a tutorial or an accessible menu on spell usage is needed.
Many of the customers and critics are upset that 
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1video game
 has a complete revamp in gameplay.
I bought this game thinking the whole game is done through the Kinects, when in fact it is only a hand full of mini challenges.

Overall, I think this is certainly a game that Harry Potter fans will enjoy. I have played almost all  Potter games ever released, including the most recent HBP games on the Xbox 360.
What needs to be understood right off the bat about this game is it plays completely differently than its predecessors .

So, the graphics are not outstanding, but they're bar-none the best graphics seen before in a Potter gamesI read some of negative reviews and I think people just don't know how to see a good game for being a good game. No glitches in this game at all.
If you are going to see the movie, you should give this one a try. That said, I don't regret my purchase and I really like the game.

Comparing Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows part 1 and part 2
HP-part 1:  Clunky and largely unresponsive(when trying to take cover )
HP-part 2: Feel tighter. If you see an object you want to duck behind, 

                      you're most  likely going to be able to without issue 

HP - part 1:   Muddy and poorly textured
HP -  part 2:  Excellent and realistic,highly detailed and very clear textures, ambient
HP - part 1:  Rudimentary at best with ridiculous and repetitious side missions 
HP - part 2:  Gameplay has also improved. There are no more pointless side
                     quests or stealth missions that took away from the focus of the
                     main narrative. Part 2 is strictly a linear affair with you plodding
                     from  checkpoint to checkpoint to progress the story along.
                                                       Spell Cast System
HP- part 1:  Tended not to stick on enemies in crucial moments
HP- part 2:  А great variety of spells.The spell cast system has also been
                     updated - now you can switch in between spells with the click
                     of a  button which really opens up combat