Ever since Electronic Arts smartly snagged the Harry Potter videogame rights, the company has fueled the gaming market with literally a game a year. Even when 2003 lacked a film to coincide a game release, the company made sure the Potter-freaks had something to scoop up in the form of Quidditch. For the recently released Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, EA once again swoops in with a Game Boy Advance rendition of the movie, and once again it's a significantly different experience than previous Potter GBA games. The change in game genre is certainly refreshing, and the experience is a solid, lengthy, and faithful Potter adventure. Its development, however, is spotty and just a little unbalanced, lacking a final polish in the end product.