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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

A game based on the book and film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).

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Nuno Miranda (translation and adaptation), J.K. Rowling (characters and universe)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Fry ... Narrator (voice)
Ralph Fiennes ... Lord Voldemort (voice)
Stanley Townsend ... Mad-Eye Moody (voice)
Daniel Larner Daniel Larner ... Harry Potter (voice)
Gregg Chillin ... Ron Weasley (voice) (as Greg Chillingrian)
Harper Marshall Harper Marshall ... Hermione Granger (voice)
Boris Mitkova Boris Mitkova ... Viktor Krum (voice)
Blake Ritson ... Cedric Diggory (voice)
Claudia Renton Claudia Renton ... Fleur Delacour (voice)
Tom Goodman-Hill ... Peter Pettigrew (voice)
Duncan Wisbey Duncan Wisbey ... Death Eater #1 (voice)
Matthew Marsh ... Death Eater #2 / Dragon Handler #2 (voice)
Jonathan Kydd ... Erkling / Ministry Wizard #1 (voice)
Sam Hazeldine ... Barty Crouch Jr. / Ministry Wizard #2 / Dragon Handler #1 (voice)
Lewis Macleod ... Albus Dumbledore (voice)
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A game based on the book and film Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005).

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Can You Master The Magic?


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Country:

UK

Release Date:

8 November 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire See more »

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Trivia

First title of the series to license character likenesses from the respective film, with a photo of actor Daniel Radcliffe featured prominently on the cover as the title character (even though his actual voice is not featured in the game itself). According to EA Games, earlier titles in this game series had been deliberately 'generic' character design, in case any of the principal kid actors of the films would have been replaced as they got older. Once that risk seemed to have been avoided (coupled with the merging of Warner and Electronic Arts), the door was open for a proper license with minimal expense, one which would only intensify in future installments.

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Quotes

Albus Dumbledore: Soon, we must all make the choice between what is right and what is easy.
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Connections

Followed by Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) See more »

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The WORST of the series
29 August 2008 | by simpsonsfan91See all my reviews

The Goblet of Fire movie was one of the best. It was emotionally heartbreaking, and the acting was the finest I've ever seen. This game, though, totally ruined it.

The game is level-based, with no exploration. The entire thing is about collecting shields, which is just plain stupid. And the controls couldn't be more awkward. It's impossible to aim properly when surrounded by so many enemies. When you die, you lose a chocolate frog and re-spawn. So there are limited lives, and when those lives are up, it's back to the start. It quickly goes from fun to very frustrating, as there is no camera control and the view is constantly being blocked.

Instead of casting certain spells that you decide, the spells are cast at random, so on PS2 the X button is jinx, square is charm and triangle is to summon with Accio. But with the targeting system that has a mind of its own, the wrong spell is always being cast.

The level design is horrible. Most of the levels do not happen in the movie, like Prof Moody's training, retrieving the golden egg after Ron drops it down a drain in the prefect's bathroom, and collecting gillyweed from the greenhouses while being attacked by the ridiculous enemies. It's even worse than the nonsense class challenges from the previous games.

Do not buy this game.


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