Harry Potter's no stranger to the handheld market, as the wizard has had adventures that's spanned over both the Game Boy Color as well as the Game Boy Advance systems during his theatrical and literary career. But Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is the first time the character's heading to the Nintendo DS, with a Game Boy Advance version in tow as well.
Though much of the experience takes place in a wandering design, we did experience a level that requires players to guide Harry on his broomstick through the forest to avoid being a snack by a massive, pursuing dragon on his tail. This fast-paced challenge was very similar in concept to the familiar Battletoads vehicle missions where players work up and down avoiding and leaping over obstacles that zoom in from one side of the screen. Both versions will also have a challenge based on the movie's Yule Ball scene, where players bust a move in a Dance Dance Revolution-style competition of timing D-pad and button presses to the beat of the music.
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