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Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup (2003)

Fly with Harry Potter to practice the wizarding world's top sport at Hogwarts, then move on to the Quidditch World Cup!


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Credited cast:
Ben Macleod ...
Cedric Diggory (voice)
Ludo Bagman / Fred Weasley / George Weasley (voice) (as Ben Johnstone)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Banks ...
Lee Jordan (voice)
Melanie Bright ...
Alicia Spinnet (voice)
Jessica McDonald ...
Tamzin Applebee / Additional Voices (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
Marcus Flint (voice)
Sander Van der Poel ...


Based on the opening chapters of the fourth Harry Potter novel, this video game lets players practice the wizards' sport called Quidditch. Begin with lessons from any of the seekers (Potter, Malfoy, Chang, & Diggory) to learn the basics of maneuvering with the quaffle, bludgers, and snitch before plunging into the Hogwarts tournament. After your house team has won the school championship, move on to the Quidditch World Cup where you can work your way up the ladder playing as any of 12 international teams, including Bulgaria with Viktor Krum. Collect cards to unlock special moves, stadiums and broomsticks and earn your team the illustrious title of Quidditch world champions! Written by Kay-22

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27 October 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Harry Potter: Copa Mundial de Quadribol  »

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It's alright......too easy!
30 December 2003 | by (Missouri,USA) – See all my reviews

I got this game for Christmas and played it. It's not that hard! I went through all the training and the house I was playing as won the Hogwarts quidditch Cup and tickets to the Quidditch World Cup.

The Quidditch work cup isn't that hard. Now I'm not saying it's not harder than the Hogwarts teams because it is. It's alot faster but it was still easy for me.

I really like the game. It's fun for anyone to play! If you wanted to know if it's worth buying, IT IS!

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