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Post by Dan @ 12:08pm 14/07/10 | 7 Comments
As LEGO and game developer Travellers Tales continue their assimilation of every popular franchise ever, family-friendly favourite Harry Potter is the latest to get the building block treatment with the recent release of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4.

We put the latest game through it's paces and are impressed to see that TT are still improving on their tried and true LEGO adventure formulas.
LEGO fans should be reassured that Harry does indeed bring a bunch few new twists, beyond the core subject matter and sheer size of game. For one, Travellers Tales has learnt much in their refinement of a LEGO games core mechanics.
Read on for the full review.



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Minxy
Posted 12:09pm 14/7/10
Just finished Year 3. Have played all the Lego games, and this one is easily the best. We even went out and bought the box set of the movies on blu ray haha.
WetWired
Posted 12:23pm 14/7/10
shame it's the best one so far as I have no interest in harry potter, I've enjoyed all the other ones though.
Khel
Posted 12:50pm 14/7/10
Real hermione is much hotter than LEGO hermione tbh
Viper
Posted 06:41pm 14/7/10
i dunno, I prefer lego hermione, she has a nicer but.
Triamks
Posted 08:59pm 14/7/10
I agree, it is the best one.

I've finished the story, and am now going back to collect red bricks etc. I've got the important ones (the multipliers).

I really like that there are two hubs, the Leaky Cauldron and Hogwarts.
Nukleuz
Posted 07:30pm 15/7/10
Wouldn't mind knowing what system this was reviewed on.

A fair few people complaining on the Steam forums about random crashes to desktop and not being able to get past particular points due to a constant CTD at that particular spot.

Odd thing about that is most complaining of it have all reported CTD issues that they can not get past in different areas.
MikeBantick
Posted 08:48am 16/7/10
@Nulkeuz Reviewed on the 360
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