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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II (2011)

Harry, Ron and Hermione must destroy the last of the horcruxes to kill Voldemort once and for all.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Harry Potter (voice)
Ron Weasley (voice)
Alice Keenan ...
Hermione Granger (voice)
Aberforth Dumbledore / Additional Voices (voice)
Christopher Birch ...
Albus Dumbledore (voice)
Suzanne Toase ...
Alecto Carrow (voice) (as Suzie Toase)
Amycus Carrow (voice)
Beth Chalmers ...
Bellatrix Lestrange (voice)
Blaise Zabini (voice)
Jon Key ...
Bogrod (voice)
Draco Malfoy (voice)
Fenrir Greyback (voice)
Ginny Weasley (voice)
Gregory Goyle (voice)
Filius Flitwick / Griphook (voice)


Harry, Ron and Hermione must destroy the last of the horcruxes to kill Voldemort once and for all.

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12 July 2011 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Harry Potter e as Relíquias da Morte: Parte 2  »

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Like in the Deathly Hallows pt 1, Daniel Radcliffe does not return to voice Harry. See more »

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Part 2: Hollow (adaptation)
26 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

The 2 last games of Potter are just totally crap: if the technology is horrible (see Part 1), the adaptation isn't better.

The last book of the saga was interesting in the sense that for one year, they skip school and live outside so I expected to experiment those new moments.

In Part 1, I couldn't go past the Doxies in the level 4 so I didn't get out of the Grimmauld place. The fault is to blame the rotten aim visor that just can't focus on the target (see Part 1). Up there, the challenge was to stun opponents over and over and avoid bumping people in London streets! What a creativity !

On part 2, I just quit before reaching the end of level 1 as the descent into Gringots was endless and was again about stunning tons of death-eaters!

Well, for a tale for kids, I had the feeling that those games enrolled me in the army.

Like movies today, video-games are unlikely to offer other choices than killing opponents. Maybe it's ultimately a good thing because because our generation stages wars while our folks made them.

Unfortunately, those games were gifts so i couldn't throw them in a bin but put them back in the shelves. Maybe one day i would like to open them again, especially to play with my child bur right now, they duly take dust!

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