Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets

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Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets

FEATURED Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets

  • 1 Player
  • Analog Control Compatible
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  • New Puzzles and Wizard Games

Take on the role of Harry Potter in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, his second adventure with more friends, danger and magic. Learn new spells, go on new adventures and make new friends. Harry’s world is rendered in beautiful next-generation graphics. Challenge new adversaries as you confront the powers in the heart of the Chamber of Secrets.

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  1. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great game, but rather short, April 13, 2003
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    Sword Queen (USA) –

    This review is from: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets (CD-ROM)
    All in all, I loved the game HP and the CoS. It was fun and not so difficult that you get frustrated enough to throw the controller at the screen, while at the same time not so easy that you felt you were playing something for five-year-olds. However, it was pretty short. I finished the game in one day, in about twelve hours. I’ve seen a lot shorter games, but I think they could have added more and made it longer. It only took me that long to get one hundred percent completion, including accessing the Founder’s Tower–the contents of which, I must say, were rather pointless and disappointing–with no help from the internet or friends. I feel it necessary to add that I am no expert–I’m no more than mediocre.
    My favorite parts:
    Fighting Aragog
    Looking for Wizard Cards
    Fighting the Basilisk (which, in contrast to Quirrel of SS, was overly easy)
    Dueling
    My advice to the makers:
    Make the next game a little longer, a tad bit more challenging, but not overly so, and make the Duelling a side game for two players so that you can challenge one another. That would be wicked!

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  2. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The New Auto Save is the Bomb!, January 11, 2003
    A Kid’s Review
    This review is from: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets (CD-ROM)
    This game is probably a tad easier and more fun than the first HP game for PS. The new auto save is awesome. In the menu (well, actually it will give you an option when you start playing), you can choose if you want Auto Save on or off. Auto Save saves the game automatically after any challenging task or certain point, rather than saving only a few times after something simple, and then never being able to save until eons after something extremely challenging.
    Anyway, the game itself is really cool. There are the basic places and such as the first game, but new characters (Dobby, Gilderoy Lockhart, the basilisk, Ginny Weasley, Mr. Lucius Malfoy, and Cornelius Fudge, etc.)
    Harry must go through a series of events at Hogwarts and several tasks to collect items to create the Polyjuice Potion, collecting Bertie Botts Every Flavor Beans for Fred and George, and so forth.
    The game is… how should I say… easy and challenging at the same time. To make it clear, you would be doing something challenging, but in an easy way. This game, in my opinion, is not as hard as the first game. You can return to Quidditch practices any time you feel the need to practice (a letter won’t arrive saying you NEED to practice).
    The gameplay has new challenging battles and the like. You must steer the Ford Anglia (better known as the flying car) ahead of the Hogwarts Express train to make it to Hogwarts (which I found very similar to the mine cart journey in the first HP game), you have to slide down the chimney after using the Floo Powder (you go extremely fast), you have to dodge away from the rogue Bludger at the Quidditch match, go to your classes and learn new spells and charms, you have to collect the Pixies that Lockhart sets off, and there are many more exciting parts and pieces to this delightful game.
    The graphics and sound are very realistic. And when I mean challenging at times, I mean that you can get head aches from the game, so I wouldn’t try to hard.
    All in all, this game is truly one of my faves!! =)

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  3. 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An 10 year old game player, November 27, 2002
    By A Customer
    This review is from: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets (CD-ROM)
    The game was a little easy, but it was really fun! It can get a little boring when your stuck on a part. Who ever thinks this game is totaly boring probily never played it. Also it is a little hard in some parts. It follows the book and movie really good with a little twist of its own.The price may be high but wait till it goes down a little. But it is way better than the first one. For example Quidditch is alot better. You have more gaming and space than the first one. The knomes swing is really cool! Buy this game to find out!

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