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Posted by on Feb 2, 2010

LEGO Harry Potter: Trailer

LEGO Harry Potter: Trailer

What happens when you squish two phenomenally successful franchises together? You make LEGO Harry Potter. Apparently.

It’s been a year since we first heard rumour that TT Games – the developers behind other successful brick-shaped titles like Indiana Jones, Batman and Star Wars – were planning to add Harry Potter to their long line of popular action adventure games. Today, we finally get a trailer. So let’s watch it whilst we celebrate with some butter beer.

For more information, visit (password Fortuna Major). Sporting all the usual logos at the close of the trailer, it would appear that the game will be available across all platforms.

Vikki Blake

Vikki has a penchant for Yorkshire Tea, raspberry cider and swear words. In addition to founding and running GGS Gamer and, she writes news for GamesRadar+ and IGN, and has written reviews and interviews for other places, including Destructoid, Eurogamer, and She's Big Boss at Silent Hill Heaven and a rabid Halo, Destiny, Resident Evil and Mass Effect obsessive.

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  1. I’m not too fond of these Lego games, I heard a lot of people saying that they’re really good, so I tried playing Lego Batman, but something just didn’t sit right with me. The gameplay felt like it was something ripped straight out of the 90s and the graphics look like a CG video from the Playstation 1.

    I know that it IS the look they’re going for, but to me these Lego games just seem like an easy way for the company to make money and be lazy… The 3D modelling/texturing for these games must be a joke.

    • > Lego games just seem like an easy way for the company to make money and be lazy…

      Indeed. :p

      They are a lot of fun, though – I think I like Batman LEGO because it doesn’t take itself too seriously, and it’s generally a pretty enjoyable game to play. I do understand your point, though.

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