IMG: Jonathan Smith Of Traveller's Tales Interviewed
4:20 PM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
IMG readers now have the opportunity to check out a new Q&A with Jonathan Smith of Traveller's Tales. The developer discussed the development of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and the popularity of the Harry Potter franchise.
Q: Why did you make the changes you did for LEGO Harry Potter, such as the Students in Peril missions and the revamped hub system?Check out the link below to read more.
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A: The construction of Hogwarts Castle as our largest-ever LEGO game environment - a persistent, growing and activity-filled world which forms the hub of your adventure over four full years of story-driven action - was one of several ambitious new goals we had for LEGO Harry Potter. We wanted to create a game which delivered the same narrative of growth and discovery as the books, full of secrets and surprises. Other technical innovations for the game, such as the new physics and improved lighting systems, were part of our wish for a game which felt even more real and immersive than anything we'd been able to achieve before.
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