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Harry Potter Sorcerers Stone (GBA)
Name: Harry Potter Sorcerers Stone (GBA)
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$4.99
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  • Description
    What's a young wizard to do when the forces of evil come knocking? Fight! You'll get to play the title character in this awesome handheld game based on J.K. Rowling's popular books. Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, and Draco Malfoy will join you as you start your studies at Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and you'll have plenty of adventures before you even leave the school grounds. Make your way through countless challenges and mini-games in this incredible translation of an incredible story.


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    Can't put it down
    by Harry Potter Fan 10 Dec 2012

    I got this game the other day and I find it really hard to put down. It has some very frustrating points, for me anyway, because you have to figure out a lot of the moves on your own without directions. You play as Harry and you have to complete different tasks to finish your first year at Hogwarts. This game doesn't rely on lives but you want to save as often as you can so that you do not lose any progress. I found the advance flying setting to be easier to use because it will react like a normal game control should. I'd say this is a good game for the 8 and up crowd, not bad for grownups either.