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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows for the NDS

EA Play have announced they are working hard to create handheld magic in Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsTM – Part 1 for the Nintendo DS.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part I for the DS drops players into the role of Harry PotterTM as he undertakes a dangerous quest to locate and destroy Voldemort’sTM Horcruxes. With Ron and Hermione by their side, players will need to muster their most powerful magic against relentless assaults from the likes of Death Eaters and Snatchers.

As in the upcoming film, the DS version places Harry outside of Hogwarts’TM protective walls for the first time as he tries to elude Voldemort’s grip. As players venture through diverse new environments, they must look to Ron and Hermione for help; combining their varied powers at just the right moment to escape the grasp of the Dark Forces. Each environment will introduce new enemies, puzzles to solve, and quests to complete. This time the danger is real. It’s time for players to fight for their lives.

Additionally, players can fight the ultimate battle in the game’s multi-player mode. Choose to fight it out against family and friends, assuming the role of either Harry or a fearsome DementorTM as they battle to achieve the highest score, and determine once and for all whether good will triumph over evil.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 will be available to buy on the Nintendo DS from November, PEGI 12+.

Posted: 20th Oct 2010 by Team SuperCheats
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and yet another series that has been drawn out long past its due date

Keyblade21 | Member | Joined: Mar 21st 2008
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Added 24th Oct 2010, ID #2919201, by Keyblade21
Would have hoped that this series of game died out a long time ago. Oh well~

Forgoten_Scars | Member | Joined: Apr 16th 2009
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Added 20th Oct 2010, ID #2917643, by Forgoten_Scars
And here I thought Harry Potter games died with the Wii and their attempts to be 'inventive' with the spell casting to the point of which it was freaking impossible to tell if you were going to make a car fly into you or put the nearest potato ablaze.

qwertyuio | Member | Joined: Dec 22nd 2005
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Added 20th Oct 2010, ID #2917495, by qwertyuio

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