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Harry Potter is all growns up, not Jewish

12:21 PM on 04.12.2007 // William Haley

As the Harry Potter books become darker and darker, one question repeats itself in many a fan's mind: When will Hermione get naked? Due to the fact that she's leaving the series early to "focus on other projects" and this picture, I'm assuming the answer is "pretty damn soon."

So that brings us to the next, far less important question: Will the games eventually stop sucking? To help solve that mystery, here are a gaggle of new screenshots of the upcoming Order of the Pheonix via Mugglenet. But in case you were really wondering, the answer to that question is no. They are made by EA, which was founded in Australia in 1852, and since only three good things ever came out of  Australia (Martin Riggs, Mad Max, and William Wallace), EA is forever doomed to make crappy games complete with bugs, uninspired gameplay, and broken achievements.

Special thanks to Dtoid reader Megan, who is having a Freddie Prinze Jr.-athon this weekend at her house. If you didn't see the bulletin on your Myspace, then you're not invited.

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