From Sarah LeBoeuf of Gamervision.com: "I am probably one of the world’s biggest Harry Potter nerds, and I make no apologies for that. I’m sure most of the attendees at E3 didn’t visit the EA booth hoping to play a movie tie-in game about a teenage wizard, but it was definitely on my list. When Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 was announced just before E3, EA promised a big shift in gameplay to reflect the dark tone of the seventh book, and the first screenshots of the game seemed to support this statement. I’ll admit it, I was excited to play Deathly Hallows because somewhere deep inside me there was a glimmer of hope that they had finally gotten a Harry Potter game right. That glimmer of hope was quickly subjected to the Avada Kedavra curse the minute I got my hands on the game."