Let's put it this way: I've seen Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. And I nearly cried. The film wastes no time getting to business - there's a bloody war going on. Potter 7 Part 2 packs a whole trunk of crash, bang, wallop. Perfect fodder for a video game. Only, don't expect the official Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 game to Wingardium Leviosa above the usual turgid memorabilia tie-in fare. We'd be Stupefied if it did.
Retro puzzle game Boulder Dash XL launches on Xbox Live Arcade on 13th July, Kalypso Media has announced.
It costs 800 Microsoft Points. A PC version launches "later in the summer".
Boulder Dash XL, developed by German developer Catnip Games, offers 150 levels, online leaderboards and five separate game modes: arcade, retro, zen, puzzle and time challenge.
The decades-old Boulder Dash series is set for a fresh lease of life with a new downloadable title heading to PC and Xbox Live Arcade.