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Gallery: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix on PS3, 360, PSP, GBA, & DS

3:57 PM on 04.17.2007 // Niero Gonzalez
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Screenshoto orgasum! The hive of little boxes below reveal what the next installment of Harry Potter: The Order Of the Phoenix will look like on nearly every bloody console under the sun, with the exception of the mysterious Wii version. It's pretty easy to figure out which belong to each console using this universal fanboy guide, adopted by our resident snotty graphics queen:

* The GBA version looks like a crappy SNES game
* The DS version looks like a really good SNES game
* The PSP version looks like a crappy PS1 game
* The 360/PS3 ones look like something by EA that you own

While all games look similar in context, I'll have to agree with Fahey that the DS version is definitely the standout.  It reminds me of Cooking Momma in Shadowgate Castle, one of my favorite fake NES games of all time. I thought the stylus as a wand worked better in Trauma Center on the DS rather than the Wii, so I'd be curious to see how each game's gameplay stacks up against that interface. All games are a work in progress: no release dates have been noted.

[Update 1: Screenshots of Daniel Radcliffe and the lost order of pubic trimmers for the PS5 have been added.] 

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