Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup EXCLUSIVE
Millions of people these days want to eat, sleep, and breathe the world of Harry Potter. They'll stand in line for hours just to get the books on release day. Children will watch the movies over and over again on DVD until the discs are too scratched to play. And everyone from age two to age 52 is putting on wizard hats and oversized glasses and walking around quoting phrases like "Wingardium Leviosa." What all of these generations have in common is the desire to buy, bargain, or borrow just about anything with Harry's likeness on it. Unfortunately, that's the only good reason for adding Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup to your GBA game collection, because while EA has done an OK job of turning quidditch into a video game, the sport itself doesn't have enough depth to it to headline a stand-alone product.
Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup