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Lego My Harry Potter….

Okay, we’re going to make this short and sweet. Mainly because I’m about to start making a celebratory dinner. This dinner is to celebrate that I’m done with finals, and that means classes. I have this severe aversion to classes, it’s almost like an allergy, so for them to be done with for a bit is quite the relief. I still haven’t gotten my copy of The Price Is Right, and I do apologize. But, I promised a giveaway, and I’m a man of my word. The winner is….Sally!! I know, I don’t seem like the type to be jealous of a Smurfs drum set, but I am. This is mostly because I actually kinda always hated the Smurfs and I always a drum set. I think if I could have gotten drums that enabled me to beat Papa Smurf a bit my life would have been complete. Don’t sleep, I’m not hating them like Gargamel or anything, they just always annoyed the crap out of me. (Side note: Is it just me or did Gargamel actually eat Smurfs? I’m pretty sure he made them into Smurf Chili or something like that….) So, Sally gets to pick between Spore Hero and SimAnimals:Africa. I’ll email you in a bit and will post your choice for all to envy here at The Spin. I still plan on getting TPIR (The Price Is Right), so expect another giveaway when that happens. (Side note: You like how I completely negated the short-hand I used right up there by explaining what it was I was abbreviating. That’s me getting my Rachel Ray on. Yeah, I can do that.)

Lego’s are huge. Not like physically huge, even though I’m sure somewhere there’s a giant Lego, but like a major world-wide toy. Everyone had Lego’s, or their friend, or their neighbor did. I never got the massive box that had like every Lego ever in it, must’ve been expensive, but I still had my share. Which is weird because I don’t think I was ever very good at building anything recognizable… Another thing that’s huge, and I mean HUGE is Harry Potter. The boy who lived is probably the most well known fictional character of all time. Ms. Rowling struck gold with her tale of wizards, and the world is hooked. So, it makes sense to have a Lego Harry Potter game, right? No, it really doesn’t. I don’t get this whole craze of retelling movies using the magic of Lego’s. It must just be me because people eat that crap up. Eat…man, I’m hungry. So, I’ll leave you with the trailer for Lego Harry Potter and the knowledge that I’m about to dominate some Fettucine Alfredo. Enjoy, and stay thirsty my friends.

Edit: Sally didn’t leave an email address so, if you don’t mind please email me so we can work out you getting your game. There’s a contact button up top!


4 Responses to “Lego My Harry Potter….”  

  1. 1 Wii

    Congrats, Sally. My sister has been pestering me to get her a copy of “The Price Is Right” and little does she know that there’ll be a surprised Xmas present for her this year. I can’t wait to see the smile in her face.

  2. 2 Nintendo Wii Player

    Mike,

    I agree with you when you say “So, it makes sense to have a Lego Harry Potter game, right? No, it really doesn’t. I don’t get this whole craze of retelling movies using the magic of Lego’s. It must just be me because people eat that crap up.”

    So, so true.

    However, we can’t deny the fact that yes, Lego games sell.

  3. 3 Lance Vipperman

    I�ve been reading a few posts and really and enjoy your writing. I�m just starting up my own nintendo game blog and only hope that I can write as well and give the reader so much insight.

  4. 4 softmod A wii

    Hello! from LA. I am a fan of your blog