Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:This time, everything is at stake. Voldemort is amassing an army to march against all wizard-kind, and Dumbledore, Harry, and the Order of the Phoenix will do everything they can to stop it! Help Harry as he learns the secrets of the Horcruxes and Voldemort's heartbreaking past. Watch as You-Know-Who is led down the path of evil and becomes the monster we know him to be. Work alongside Dumbledore to become the man the wizarding world needs Harry to be. Or, step away from the story to battle with your friends in Wand Duels! Become a Seeker as you chase a golden snitch through a variety of landscapes. And become a potions master in Potion Creation, an all-new minigame!
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