#3. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
Following the tradition that started with LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, the LEGO-infused series based on the second half of the Harry Potter book series and introduced a collection of new destinations, characters, and an unsurprisingly dark tone that increase with the stories, similar to the film version. It’s hard to keep any sort of serious content when relegated to LEGO bricks, but somehow the developers managed to make it happen —while still remain the same charm of the first LEGO Harry Potter title. There’s no lack of adventures to keep players busy, and plenty of thrilling moments to wade through as well.
#2. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
Warner Bros. and Traveller’s Tales cooperate to work their magic on Harry Potter by developing this delightful entry in classic LEGO symbolism. After the first four Harry Potter films, it’s one of the best games based on Harry Potter characters and lore, bringing players to the hub world of Diagon Alley and release them to discover a massive, magical world by finding 167 characters to unlock.
As with many of the other LEGO titles, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 put a lot of emphasis on discovering, puzzle-solving, as well as casting spells. It contains the largest open-world Harry Potter map, making it one of the best path to enjoy life as a Hogwarts student.
#1. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The second Harry Potter game ever published also considered the best Harry Potter adventure, in terms of characters, gameline which are filled with pure, unadulterated fun. Players are required to take control of Harry himself while discovering Hogwarts’ secret and its surrounding region, all while attending classes and finishing a variety of challenges. Simple as it is, the game manages to develop intriguing aspects such as a broomstick free-flight mode, and quests based on real events as players would have read in the series.
If you’re expecting to find ways to get closer to the world of Harry Potter, these games are your best ticket to Hogwarts. Enjoy the games although be sure to keep eyes on the Muggles around you every once in a while.