is finally arriving for the Nintendo Switch after a long delay compared to its release dates on other platforms, which were released in February 2023, nearly a year earlier. But the journey to Hogwarts of the past is now accessible on the Switch, letting a wider audience experience an adventure long before Harry Potter was even born. However, the inclusion of a certain feature could've set the Switch version apart from other consoles if its technology had been used to the fullest.
Before Harry Potter arrived at Hogwarts and continued his parents' fight against Voldemort and the Death Eaters, there was an evil that threatened the wizarding world through the use of Ancient Magic and the negative emotions it could remove from people. The game provides a look at Hogwarts as it was over one hundred years ago, following the journey of a student who's able to see and use traces of Ancient Magic. But on the Nintendo Switch doesn't include one specific control option that would've made it a truly magical game.
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The capabilities of the Nintendo Switch are perfect for including motion controls for, specifically for casting spells. However, this technology ended up not being used, likely due to the limitations that were already making it a difficult game to port to the system. Considering how immersive it could've felt to wave the controls like a wand in order to use spells, it's a shame that it wasn't implemented in the Switch port.
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