Telegraph: Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4 Review

This is why kids of all ages have taken to the Lego games over the years; the simple act of just making things happen on-screen is an absolute delight. Lego Harry Potter seems to understand this even better than the games before it. With a swish and a flick, we send scattered Lego pieces swirling round and round in the air with the wingardium leviosa spell, clicking together as they spin, before thumping down as a complete object, spilling studs around it.

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