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Posts tagged “Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7”

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Have You Played… Lego Harry Potter?

I find the Harry Potter books about as entertaining as the side of a shampoo bottle, and slightly more poorly written. I couldn't get through the first book for wanting to mark it with a red pen. It is fair to say that I am not a Harry Potter fan. But the Lego Harry Potter games are sublime.

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Demobulus: Lego Harry Demo Out Already

Egad, there's a demo of Lego Harry Potter: Years 5 - 7 all of a sudden. Why the surprise, you ask? Because you haven't been paying attention to Adam and me, when we've told you over and over how great the first Lego Harry game was. And as I've mentioned before, I'm saying that as someone who would rather eat his own shins than read…

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Face Fear: Lego Harry Potter Yrs 5-7

With all the talk of genuinely blood-curdling experiences over here, I bring you something else in the build up to Halloween. Lego. This short trailer for Lego Harry Potter Yrs 5-7 doesn't actually show any gameplay, but it does capture one of the things I like about the Lego games; they don't buckle under the occasional self-importance of the franchises they depict.

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Toy That Lives: Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7

Like John, I thoroughly enjoyed the first installment of Lego Harry Potter's schoolyard mishaps and I was pleased that Years 5-7 will be available this year on 18th November. A huge part of the early years' appeal, however, was the use of Hogwarts as a hub world and the later stories, as you could conceivably have avoided discovering, do take the action away from school…

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Releasario: Lego Harry Potter 2 Out In Nov

Something I still haven't done, that I was originally planning before Christmas, is to write a WIT for Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4. I know that sounds like a strange game to review long after it came out, and perhaps not quite in the target audience for RPS, but blimey, it's a brilliant game. Certainly I'm a sucker for Traveller's Tales' Lego games, but not…

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