User Score
6.0

Mixed or average reviews- based on 8 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
  2. Negative: 3 out of 8

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  1. WilliamT.
    Nov 11, 2007
    4
    Another liscensed game. Hoo boy. Usually, when a feature film is released, game designers hurry and stick some simple code and sprites, some movie stills, blah blah into a blank cartridge. Goblet of fire is like that. It has no interesting gameplay, the sound gets on your nerves after just a few tries and - most importantly- it's DULL. This game just places a few levels and forces Another liscensed game. Hoo boy. Usually, when a feature film is released, game designers hurry and stick some simple code and sprites, some movie stills, blah blah into a blank cartridge. Goblet of fire is like that. It has no interesting gameplay, the sound gets on your nerves after just a few tries and - most importantly- it's DULL. This game just places a few levels and forces you to use the same tactics that you used for level 1,2,3,4, hell the entire game, to see to the end of it. Its just quickly made, gameplay forgotten, and bam! Selling. Utterly annoying, repetitive and boring. Expand
  2. Nov 12, 2011
    2
    It is incredibly repetitive and short. Not only that, but it has little content. You will find it boring. While it does have okay controls, it is overshadowed with a lot of problems
Metascore
71

Mixed or average reviews - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. A fine portable adventure game, and as licensed movie games go, it's downright remarkable. The game is on the easy side, but it's good fun even for advanced players; they'll just blow through it more quickly, that's all.
  2. The game doesn't include all of the additional features of the Nintendo DS version but includes enough to make it a worthwhile purchase if you don't own Nintendo's newer handheld.
  3. The lack of RPG depth is a disappointment, but the titles are solid additions to the Harry Potter gaming world. [Jan 2006, p.107]