"Heroes" @ Harry Potter Video Game Launch
The cast of NBC's hit drama "Heroes" (including Hayden Panettiere, Greg Grunberg, Zachary Quinto and Masi Oka) showed up at Electronics Arts LA in Playa Vista, California last night and got to try out the new "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Video Game" just one month before the final book in the Harry Potter series hits bookstores across the world.
As MTV reports, the game was designed by Electronic Arts giving players the ability to play wizard games like "Gobstones" and "Exploding Snapand."
The book series author J. K. Rowling gave the creative team at EA liberty to come up with rules up for all the games.
Although she had lost of confidence in the developers, the author did put her foot down when they had Harry's classmate Neville Longbottom sabotaging a clock tower.
'I really like the mission, but I don't think Neville would do that. I think it would be Dean Thomas. He's much more likely to do it,' she said.
The developers at EA UK have worked on Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix for a year and a half.