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10:00 AM on 12.08.2009

LEGO Harry Potter Years 1-4 video has LEGOs, Potter

A long time ago, I agreed to read the Harry Potter books. I regret that decision. My brain’s corridors are now cluttered with useless Potter-related junk -- space that I could have used to memorize the latest KMFDM sin...

Brad Nicholson

1:00 PM on 07.15.2009

Games Time Forgot: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Every Wednesday, we highlight rarely-remembered but interesting games for our "Games Time Forgot" series.If you are as big a Harry Potter fan as I am (impossible!), you already know by now that this week’s Gam...

Chad Concelmo

1:00 AM on 06.23.2009

Behind the scenes of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

EA has released some new information, screenshots and a making-of video (mysteriously titled, "Part 1") for their upcoming videogame adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Of particular note is the kn...

Conrad Zimmerman

11:45 AM on 06.01.2009

E3 09: LEGO Harry Potter teaser will cast its spell on you

And the winner for worst headline of all time? Chad Concelmo for his “LEGO Harry Potter teaser post” two seconds ago! Thank you, thank you so much everyone. I would like to thank the Academy, of course. Also my fr...

Chad Concelmo

9:11 AM on 06.01.2009

E3 09: LEGO Harry Potter no longer a rumor

Much to no one’s surprise, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games will be releasing LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 in 2010.The title is pretty much what you’ve expect, putting players in control of LEGO...

Nick Chester

11:00 AM on 01.05.2009

More LEGO rumors: No LEGO Harry Potter in 2009, more LEGO Indy likely

I know you're probably all reeling from the improbability of this past weekend's rumored LEGO Rock Band title (seriously, WTF?), but there's more LEGO rumors where that came from. According to Eurogamer, a source close to dev...

Nick Chester







EA Showcase 08: Hands-on with Harry Potter for the Wii
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

I have a confession to make. I like Harry Potter. Well, I like the movies anyway. Emma Watson is hot. What? She's 18 now. I can say that. 

Er, anyway, I played the Wii version of the upcoming Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince game based on the upcoming movie. I got to check out some of the new features as well as having some hands-on with the new magical duel mode with the extremely happy Flynn DeMarco from GayGamer (I kicked his ass!).

Hit the jump to read all about it.

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6:17 PM on 04.22.2008

Expelliarmus! EA announces Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince videogame

I’m sure many of you are die-hard fans of the Harry Potter books, and if you’re like me, finishing the last page of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was an emotional, bittersweet experience. It almost felt lik...

Samit Sarkar



Destructoid review: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix photo
Destructoid review: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
by Chad Concelmo

For a Harry Potter fan this is easily the ZOMGBESTSUMMEREVER! Not only did the videogame based on the upcoming 5th movie, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, just come out this past week, but next month will also bring with it the release of said movie, plus the grand unveiling of the final, 7th book in the hugely successful series (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows).

Being the self-proclaimed biggest Harry Potter fan in the Destructoid network, I obviously couldn’t wait to get my hands on the game. But what version to play? Phoenix is out for almost every system on the market right now; which version would give me the most enjoyment as a fan?

It may come as no surprise that I instinctually went with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for the Wii. Not only do I love my little white console that could, but the chance to perform spells with my Wiimote as a wand had me leaping in nerdy excitement.

But was my experience in a virtual Hogwarts all it could have been, or was I as disappointed as receiving a “T” on my Ordinary Wizarding Levels (for the record, that is very disappointing)?

Hit the jump for the final verdict, but be warned: an almost unhealthy amount of geeky Harry Potter talk awaits.

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3:57 PM on 04.17.2007

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

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 ...

Niero Gonzalez

12:21 PM on 04.12.2007

Harry Potter is all growns up, not Jewish

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...

William Haley

9:54 PM on 02.27.2007

The Golden Compass announced; Harry Potter fans rejoice

Magic spells. Talking animals. Escapades through frozen wastelands. Got a chubby yet? You can have all this and more in the upcoming game The Golden Compass, based on the first book in the award winning His Dark Materials tri...

Colette Bennett



Harry Potter goes Next-Gen, due July photo
Harry Potter goes Next-Gen, due July
by Niero Gonzalez

Ready to cast magic spells with your Wiimote wand? You might get a chance very soon. Harry Potter: Order of the Phoenix is coming to the Wii, PS3, and 360 ... and every other financially viable platform under the sun. EA will have the new game on the shelf by July, which is reported to lauch opposite of the film. Details are sketchy at this point, but we've read that you'll be able to "explore the locations used in the film and tackle scenarios in the roles of various characters - including Potter himself, obviously, but also Dumbledore and Sirius Black." Three screenshots of the next-gen version are attached, and a dwarfed version on PS2, PSP, DS, GBA and PC are also on their way.  I can't wait -- it seems they've really captured the creepyness of the environments on a large scale. If EA can nail the gameplay where others in this genre have failed (Rule of Rose comes to mind) they might have something special, as the prior Harry games have been a bit forgetable.

[ via Eurogamer ]

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