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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)

Hogwarts is no longer a safe haven for students. Dumbledore is more intent than ever on preparing Harry for a battle with Voldemort. Meanwhile love may be in the air, but tragedy looms, and Hogwarts may never be the same again.

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Christopher Birch ...
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Argus Filch (voice)
Beth Chalmers ...
Bellatrix Lestrange / Damara Dodderidge / Female Gargoyle (voice)
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Cho Chang (voice)
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Cormac McLaggen (voice)
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Dean Thomas (voice) (as Alfie Enoch)
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Draco Malfoy (voice)
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Fenrir Greyback (voice)
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Ginny Weasley (voice)
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Gregory Goyle (voice)
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Harry Potter (voice)
Rachel Sternberg ...
Michael Percival ...
Horace Slughorn / Timothy the Timod / Male Gargoyle (voice)
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Katie Bell (voice)
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Lavender Brown (voice)

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Hogwarts is no longer a safe haven for students. Dumbledore is more intent than ever on preparing Harry for a battle with Voldemort. Meanwhile love may be in the air, but tragedy looms, and Hogwarts may never be the same again.

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This is the second Harry Potter game to feature cast members from the film providing the voices of their characters. See more »

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Follows Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) See more »

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A remake of Cocktail starring Harry Potter!
15 May 2010 | by (PariS) – See all my reviews

I say this because this game is about making potions, adding and mixing a lot of ingredients to get the beverage!

Well, maybe I have been harsh on this Potter games collection: Now that I have played and finished the six games existing so far, I tried other games and their installations don't last the first five minutes of play because of their complicated controls, impossible timed missions… To be frank I never met this in any Potter games so they must be praised for their accessibility!

With this last one, I must say that's a good surprise: from the first game, a long path has been done and the game is completely different. Now, the characters and locations are virtual captures (except Hermione that I don't recognize) and you can live by yourself those magic adventures! It's similar to the fifth game but improved: now, the repetitive walks can turn into runs, the footprints are left for Gryffondor ghost (good idea!) and the tasks are fun: potions, quidditch and spells. It's is very easy so you van enjoy the game and don't bother after collecting shields or whatever.

When I remember the painful flying sessions in game one or three, it's really a pleasure to fly now! And at least, you can listen to the John William's theme that has been waited for 5 games to come!

Finally, all is well that ends well. It's a pity the developers get a bit lost with game 3 and 4 and we are still waiting for more input from the movies (pictures, score…)

Soon, the Lego game arrives as well as the last two movies / games. Will I play them ? Well, it depends of what the web will offer I think ….


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