From Strategyinformer.com: "With Harry Potter's final year coming to the big screen in two parts, it was inevitable we'd be doused in a double-dosing of the Deathly Hallows. Despite JK Rowling's finale being of great length, our time controlling Master Radcliffe and his magic wand was a little more fractional.
That said, we didn't need long to recognise the transition the series has made. Potter games of the past may have been sneered upon as money-sapping tie-ins by the more critical gamer, but there's a notable difference in this title. Just like in the films, the universe has grown up. The playfulness and naivety of the characters is long gone, and there's an air of business about our cast."