With Voldemort taking over, neither the Wizarding nor Muggle world is safe, so the trio is constantly running from Death Eaters and Snatchers, both of which serve the Dark Lord. The game mainly shifts between first-person stealth sequences with Harry's Cloak of Invisibility and third-person shooting, but neither of them is particularly fun. Harry levels up and learns numerous spells like Confringo (causes massive explosions) and Petrificus Totalus (the body-binding spell), but it's fairly easy to stick with the weak-but-quick Stupefy. The Deathly Hallows quickly devolves into nothing but a generic, almost broken shooter. It's disappointing to say the least.