Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 – PC Game
The most disappointing thing aboutis that it fails to capture the essence of the story it’s trying to tell. While the revamped third-person shooter gameplay stays engaging throughout most of the campaign, the context that it’s framed around is paper-thin. There is no attempt to tie the onscreen action to of the hero performing it; nor is there a coherent and engaging narrative to complement the gameplay and inject some sense of purpose. Crude , bad voice acting, a storyline, and a variety of bugs transform the richly detailed and minutely imagined world of into an experience as colorless as one of Professor Snape’s lessons.