LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 Summary
Major Nelson has revealed the major content coming to the Xbox 360 for the coming week from now through to the 25th April, which will include the highly anticipated Xbox Live Arcade games like the racer Trials Evolution and the blood-drenched Bloodforge, as well as some Games on Demand content like NHL 12 and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record.
Part two of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows might be big at the cinema but the videogame crashed 7th place it's opening week in the UK chart.
For the fifth week running Zumba Fitness is strangling the top spot for all its worth. Transformers: Dark of the Moon is 2nd, with DiRT 3 rallying 3rd.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness remains the UK's number one title for a second week as it fends off LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars and Crytek's Crysis 2.
FIFA 11 is back with a vengeance rocketing 4th, and Homefront holds the line 6th. LEGO Harry Potter works its magic from 23rd to 11th. Pokemon nudge up.
Microsoft's win for Kinect Sports as the 'Best Family Game' at this year's Video Game BAFTAs proves their "moving to a broader audience" globally.
Publishers eat it up because of the "range of consumers" on offer. Kinect is "what we're focusing on", said Microsoft's Neil Thompson. They beat LEGO.
Warner Bros is over the moon to report that LEGO's latest license gold is Harry Potter: Years 1-4 having sold 2.7m copies around the world.
It's still a ways from LEGO Batman's 7m milestone but with boy wizard Harry Potter due again in cinema, it should catch up pretty soon.