Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
released on Nov 16, 2001
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is the first Harry Potter video game for the PlayStation, and one of several different games based on the book and movie. This version is a three-dimensional action adventure, where Harry must complete a number of challenges in order to pass his first year of studies at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Successful completion of the tasks often results in house points for Harry's house Gryffindor and failure in some deducts points, so the race for the House Cup can stay open until the end.
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very surprisingly fun lil game from the ps1 era i had no hopes for these ps1 hp games but this was pretty good even if everyone looks a bit silly
Started off great and funny but made me progressively stressed out, I hate this game.
You've done it now Potter. Get a taste of my super wizard crackers.
Aged like milk. I have a lot of nostalgia for this game but I think even as a child I was aware of it's faults.
In the last year, I replayed the game with the intention of 100%ing it, with the main objective being to collect all the Famous Witches and Wizards cards. This game is devoid of any fun, and the controls are so poor that even the better designed mini games feel like exercises in anger management. The biggest issue I had with the game was it's missables (if you've played it you already know I mean the shambles that is Gringotts), with many areas being locked forever upon leaving which isn't ideal for a game of adventuring and exploring.
It doesn't even make a good companion piece to the book/film as the narrative differs in places.
En este caso, estamos hablando de uno de los clasicos de ps1, y de esos juegos que todos jugamos en nuestra infancia. Siento que envejeció bastante, pero sigue siendo un juego divertido de jugar aun el día de hoy