LEGO Harry Potter: Collection – Nintendo Switch
The LEGO Harry Potter: collection brings LEGO Harry Potter: years 1 4 and LEGO Harry Potter: years 5 7 to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation4 with both top selling video games remastered in One package sure to delight fans of J.K. Rowling's ever expanding Wizarding world, the LEGO...
This is the second time I have purchased these games-first being on the Wii. All of the features from the original are here, including the infuriating list of defects!The game is a fun and faithful recreation of the Wizarding World told through LEGO creations and original music. The game is filled with so much content and nearly endless replay value to unlock all the challenges and extras.My rating comes from the numerous game breaking bugs. Some prevent achieving gold bricks, unlocking characters, or other “100%” activities. Others mess you up and return you back to Diagon Alley with no rhyme or reason causing you to miss part of the story or requiring replay to hope that the glitch doesn’t happen again. These are all well documented online and no effort has been made to fix them it would seam. My daughter and I had to restart the game in the first book worth of story because we didn’t create a new save file before every level which I’m not sure you can actually do.Overall this is a shame because the LEGO games are some of the best couch co-op games ever made.
This game is so fun. It allows me to play something with my 5 year old that we both enjoy. If you love Harry Potter, this game won't disappoint.Advice: putting this game into sleep mode without actually quitting the game causes some bugs. Your stud count won't show on the screen anywhere if you put your Switch to sleep without turning off the game.
This game has some many bugs, which totally ruined the game experience.