filmNow that the year is coming to an end and people are eagerly sharing their Spotify Wrapped music files, companies are also preparing their lists. This includes Google, because they just shared which video games people searched for the most in Belgium and the Netherlands. There’s no shortage of magic in 2023, with the Harry Potter video game “Hogwarts Legacy” topping the list.
This February, it’s hard to miss: the long-awaited video game “Hogwarts Legacy” was everywhere. Set in the Wizarding World of author JK Rowling, the game takes players back to the wizarding world of the late 1880s and lets you run through Hogwarts and its surrounding areas.
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look. This is how great Hogwarts is in ‘Hogwarts Legacy’
In ‘Hogwarts Legacy’, you play as a fifth-year student who holds the key to an ancient and magical secret that threatens to tear the wizarding world apart. But how you use this knowledge is entirely up to you. After all, the fate of the world is in your hands. And that’s exactly what made the game the hype it was: Potters of all ages were looking forward to venturing into this magical world for themselves. Even if it’s just racing on the broom!
Second place on Google’s list goes to “The Last of Us.” Although Google itself makes the comment that many people also searched for the same search term when it comes to the HBO series of the same name. The game “Communications” completes the top three. This is a puzzle game from the New York Times.
“Baldur’s Gate 3,” the critically acclaimed game from Ghent-based Larian, also took sixth place.
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