With the last Harry Potter film set to cast its final spell
on moviegoers this summer, it was only natural that EA would pull another
video game out of its hat.
The company revealed the somewhat long-winded Harry Potter
and the Deathly Hallows Part 2: The Videogame today in a cryptic trailer filled
with wizarding, flashbacks, evildoers, and Emma Watson. What did you expecto?
See? Cryptic. Set to release in July for most platforms, it's
being developed by EA Bright Light, the same team who crafted the action-oriented
game based on the first Deathly Hallows film. Unfortunately, that turned out to
be something of a disaster, so here's hoping they've learned a few new tricks