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Hayden Panettiere hosts the launch of the new Harry Potter videogame Hayden Panettiere hosts the launch party for the new Harry Potter videogame, which ships on June 26th. Stars and fans come to the EALA campus to play the new game on the PLAYSTATION 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix's non-linear gameplay allows the player to explore an interactive Hogwarts, discovering dark corridors and secret rooms along the way. Choose where you go, what you do and when you do it, using the innovative gesture-based spell casting system. In addition, attend a number of classes as side-missions and compete in wizard Mini-Games throughout Hogwarts to compete against the best from each house. Experience the most authentic-to-the-movie game experience in Harry Potter history, with authentic characters and locales that give the look, feel and sound of the movie!
25 Jun 2007
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DIRTY HARRY POTTER! Classic Game Room reviews HARRY POTTER and the DEATHLY HALLOWS Part 1 for Xbox 360, also available for Playstation 3 PS3, Nintendo Wii, PC and Pimptrex 9000. This "teen" rated game in the Harry Potter videogame series is more action packed than previous entries and comes across as a Harry Potter shooter at times! Cool cloaked scenes and excellent production value elevate a mediocre videogame into something exciting for Harry Potter fans. Outstanding visuals and music highlight the Potter universe as players who are into the books and movies enjoy a cinematic romp through Harry Potter land. Gameplay is average for this "movie videogame genre" and doesn't do much to reinvent the wheel. Controls are on par with movie games and achievement points (and trophies) a waiting to be plucked easily. This CGR review features Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 gameplay from the Xbox 360 version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows with game play in HD. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 videogame is available for PS3, Nintendo Wii, PC and Xbox360.
21 Jul 2012
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