The Quidditch World Cup is one of the major events that occur in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fourth installment in the hugely popular Harry Potter book series. The scene of the Quidditch World Cup in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is one of the most famous scenes in the book and movie version because it is full of excitement, drama, and of course, danger. The game of quidditch is a fictional game that JK Rowling invented for the Harry Potter books. The game has been likened to a combination of football soccer and rugby. Although the game is clearly fictional, it has developed a life of its own outside the confines of the printed Harry Potter books. Many children have been known to contrive their very landlocked version of the Quidditch sport. In the books, it is Harry’s favorite sport. Moreover, in recent years, EA Games has developed a very successful video game equivalent that is known as Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup.
As previously mentioned, the game Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup was created and released by EA Games, and it is based on the fictional game that is central to many of the Harry Potter books. In the video game version of this fictional yet thoroughly popular sport, the user must play for the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in the Quidditch Cup. That is, as the main player, you are representing Hogwarts School, and you will want to make all of your Hogwarts mates by playing your very best. The Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup game allows you to choose your favorite house at Hogwarts and then compete against the other houses. For instance, you can play against Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw, depending on which team you choose as your own. Once you have conquered all of the other Hogwarts house teams, you are ready to move on to a bigger venue. In case of the Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup game, this means you can move on to an international venue. In the Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup game, you can compete against the United States, England, Germany, France, Spain, Scandinavia, Australia, Japan, and Bulgaria. If the Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup game has received criticism, it is mainly for leaving out Ireland. Fans of the game have complained that it makes no sense to keep Ireland out since the team won against Bulgaria in the Quidditch World Cup that is depicted in the fourth Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
Despite this criticism, the Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup has mostly received positive review from fans and critics alike. The game has been praised for its ability to allow players to experience the feeling of taking to the air. The game allows player to fully imagine the experience of flying through the air with great power and speed as they play the fictional game of Quidditch, Harry and his friend’s most beloved sport. The game of Quidditch, as it is depicted in the video game version, allows player to control one of two teams. Each team has seven players who whiz around on magical broomsticks. Both teams must play four balls simultaneously. Playing four balls at once makes for an exciting match no matter what your skill level or familiarity with Quidditch. Players are responsible for choosing and controlling every position on their team. They must make the three chasers try to score using the quaffle, control the beaters as they fend off the bludgers, and stay with the keeper who is responsible for protecting the goal.