'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' is a brilliant game that unites fans with the wonderful world of wizardry.
Loads of people have been moaning about the lack of Hogwarts in this game, personally, I find it's slight absence refreshing. It's nice to be able to roam around new places and experience new scenarios.
The gameplay is brilliant compared to some other games, you are able to play as either Harry, Ron or Hermione on every level except the Triwizard Tournaments.
I've been switching between all three of them to train them up but I've found that Hermoine is my favourite to play as.
You can collect Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans and spend them on Collector Cards to boost the trio's skills which is a great touch.
This game doesn't feel like a movie tie-in, it has it's own backbone and it stands out as an Action/Adventure game, which is why I think people have problems with it.
Others have also been saying it's 'easy', it's not stupidly difficult but some levels are pretty challenging and I bet nobody could complete them in one go.
I'm pretty good on games consoles and I spent about 2 hours trying to complete the Prefect's Bathroom level, plus buckets of time trying to master all of Moody's Challenges.
It has a few faults but there aren't major. The loading screens are far too long and there are no checkpoints which means once you've lost all your Chocolate Frogs, you have to restart the whole level.
Ignore the bad reviews and grab yourself a bargain. It's not as good as 'The Order of the Phoenix' game but it's flipping ace.