Released in June 25, 2007 in the US, June 28 in Australia and June 29 in Europe, the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix video game is generally based on the fifth installment of the highly-popular Harry Potter Series produced by noted British author JK Rowling. The video game is obtainable in PlayStation 2 and 3, Microsoft Windows, PSP, Nintendo DS and Wii, Mac OS X and Game Boy improvement formats. Here’s a look at the features, and perceived flaws of the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for Wii.
Notable Game Features
In playing the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for Nintendo Wii game, players will be able to do a lot of things, and act out scenes that are shown in the movie. You’ll be able to discover the real Hogwarts, recruit Dumbledore’s army, attend Hogwarts classes, play a wide range of Wizard games, in addition as experience the movie in the video game. You can use the Nintendo Wii far away to place a wand in your hand, and cast a wide range of magic spells. You can also talk to the portraits, gain passwords for shortcuts around Hogwarts, gain discovery points, unlock secrets, and interact with every character in the movie.
Find and Assemble Dumbledore’s Army
In the video game version of the fifth installment of the Harry Potter series, you can find, and sign-up members of Dumbledore’s army, and you can also choose where they go, and decide what they’ll do, and what they won’t do. You’ll also be able to attend Hogwarts classes, and complete exciting side-missions for teachers, in addition as attend Transfiguration, Charms, Herbology and Potion’s classes, and earn O.W.L grades. In the harry Potter Wii game, you’ll also be able to compete in Wizard games like Gobstones, Wizard Chess leagues and Exploding break, by using the rare Wii and Nunchuck far away controls.
Experience The Movie While Playing The Game
From playing meaningful moments in scenes like the Little Whinging and the Dementor Attack, players will get a good feel of the movie itself. You’ll be able to experience an exciting and almost genuine game experience, as the game’s castle is built using on-set reference and actual movie blueprints, and the actors use their real voices, and are head-scanned, and the game’s producers have also attained licensed to use the Harry Potter music theme.
The Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’ Wii game’s sandbox-style provides players with a more open and flexible ecosystem, and you’ll be able to move around some parts of Hogwarts freely. Some game observers though observe a few missing pieces and quirks in the game. Among the notable quirks include the inaccessibility of some areas such as the Divination Class, Quidditch Pitch, Gryffindor girls Dormitory, Stadium and Hagrid’s Hut. The Whomping Willow can be seen on the Marauder’s Map but it cannot be located, and a number of doors are also locked on the castle’s Grand Staircase.