Date: 2016-01-02 07:00 pm (UTC)
There was one big problem with Lego Star Wars, which was that it refused to split the screen, so if you're playing it two-player you spend much of your time fighting the camera.

Lego Harry Potter largely fixed that with an ingenious adaptive mechanic that splits the screen along a diagonal as the player characters become too separated from one another to get them in the same shot. This leads to a lot less yelling and crying when we play Lego Harry Potter.
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