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New Harry Potter to use Kinect – Sorcery has some competition

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Sorcery is easily my most anticipated PlayStation Move game, it was the only one at E3 (apart from the bundled sports game) that really looked like it added something special to a game.

It’s also a PlayStation exclusive which meant that future Kinect users were already sulking in their Kellogg’s about not getting it.

However EA are about to save the day by announcing that the next Harry Potter game will be fully Kinect enabled.

Unfortunately they haven’t announced it yet but if a Wal-Mart offer is to be believed then Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 will be released as either a Kinect game or an Enhanced by Kinect title later this year.

Then all we need is for them to release a wand peripheral and we would be all set…

Source: Eurogamer

Last Updated: July 15, 2010


  1. riezo

    July 15, 2010 at 09:52

    So we’re gonna end up getting different versions of the same game for the different platforms…

    Interesting,a new war is gonna start in the not too distant future.


  2. Fox1

    July 15, 2010 at 10:39

    How low can you go…How low can you go :whistle:


  3. RSA-Ace

    July 15, 2010 at 11:18

    It’s going to be quite a big problem I think. That’s why exclusives will be the ones who fully utilise the motion controllers and multiplat games will only do basic stuff. Tiger Woods is already an exception to the rule with only Move support. I guess there will be other factors involved though.


  4. riezo

    July 15, 2010 at 11:36

    Its gonna be damn near impossible to release the same quality games with (almost) the same quality for both 360 & PS3.

    Kinect just uses too much of the 360’s hardware for the games to keep up graphically. Devs are gonna have to be creative.


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