LEGO Harry Potter Collection
Top Critic Average
With a friendly approach to gaming, a warm sense of humor, and lots of content, the HP Collection is a good investment for younger and/or less accomplished gamers.
Lego Harry Potter Collection offers Switch owners a fantastic and fun thrill ride through the Harry Potter universe. While not as expansive as newer Lego games, this 2010 throwback holds up incredibly well and is still bursting with the charm that put Harry Potter and Lego games on the map in the first place.
LEGO Harry Potter Collection offers fun even if it doesn't offer anything new.
Lego Harry Potter Collection for the Nintendo Switch is a nice, complete edition to the Switch's library. It being an eight-year-old port, the game does lack some of the conveniences we've come to enjoy in modern day Lego games.
For both young and old or new and returning players, there’s hours of Potter themed fun to be found within.
It's a fun visit to go back to Harry's magical world with the LEGO Harry Potter Collection, it's just a shame that more wasn't done to warrant the relatively high price.
The two-game LEGO Harry Potter Collection offers great value for those wanting to relive the young wizard’s brick-based adventures on Nintendo Switch. It’s practically bursting with content, but the improvements offer little more to those that have experienced their magic and charm before.
The LEGO Harry Potter Collection is a great set of LEGO games brought together in one solid package.
A great revisit to Hogwarts that is enough to keep anyone busy (no matter how old)
TT have done just the right amount of tinkering so that the games’ stand out with a noticeably fresh lick of paint. They’re no longer the best LEGO games and they’re not perfect, but I’m happy they have their place on current gen