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In the Wii edition of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, players must flick their Wii Remote to cast the initial spell and then maneuver the controller in different directions to produce several outcomes. For example, pushing the remote forward causes the enchanted item onscreen to be thrust away from the character. Gamers may take the role of Harry Potter, Sirius Black, and Professor Dumbledore as they explore the areas in and around Hogwarts. The teachers and officials in the magic community refuse to acknowledge the return of Voldemort, and so Harry and his friends have started training other students how to defend themselves against the Dark arts. Other aspects of gameplay include attending Herbology, Charms, Transfiguration, and Potions classes as well as completing side-missions for professors.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Wii, 2007)
$80.83 - $123.75
pros: Characters voiced by real actors from the movie, Perform spells with Wiimote movements
cons: Harry doesn't get to fly, Spell casting is tricky, Game gets repetitive, Bad Graphics
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pros: Good story line, great recreation of Hogwarts
cons: Tedious play
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pros: Realistic graphics and spell casting
cons: None that I can think of
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