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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 Review from VGBlogger

The LEGO game wizards at Traveller’s Tales are back to finish off the final years of the Harry Potter storyline, and in a holiday season jam packed full of shooters, RPGs and blockbuster action experiences, this is one magical family adventure not to be overlooked.  Remember, if you need the Lego Harry Potter Years 5-7 Walkthrough, click that link and grab it here at your friendly neighborhood GameGuideDog!


Last June, Traveller’s Tales and Warner Bros. Interactive released a magical LEGO interpretation of one of the world’s best selling book and movie series, Harry Potter.  That release only included the first four years of Harry Potter’s exploits learning how to become a wizard and his battle against He Who Must Not Be Named. In the time between June of last year and November of this year, Traveller’s Tales was busy with two additional LEGO titles, Pirates of the Caribbean and Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. Can Traveller’s Tales keep the magical flame alive with their third title this year in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7?

At first glance, Years 5-7 simply picks up from a narrative perspective where the first game ends. Hogwarts is the main location for telling the final three years of the lightning scarred boy, however Traveller’s Tales has taken an already great game and added subtle changes to enhance a winning formula.  A formula that is made up of pantomime recreations from some of the most important and poignant scenes from the books and movies, all the while allowing players to destroy various set pieces into showers of LEGO stud coins.  With the Harry Potter titles, magic adds a level of credibility to some of the crazy objects that can be built or moved around in the game to solve puzzles.  It just makes sense that objects such as puppet show theater boxes or cars could be made out of random LEGO pieces that were laying about in a level after being broken apart from statues or tables or other normal looking set pieces.

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