GS:HarmoKnight is the friendliest rhythm platformer around, but its simplicity does not always work to the game's benefit.
I never got why people would buy this or why some hype it. its a waste of time without high production values or some kind of new edgyness. some people are like cool harmonknight i need to get that for 40 bucks on my 3ds and im like..... parappa the rapper pretty edgy rap rythm game that was fun and one of the 1st if not the first i get why people like that, space channel 5 nice tunes and had micheal jackson and edgyness for the time i get that, guitar hero/ rockband, real music tracks good rock music and instruments also freaking rocking out! dance dance revolution had a dance pad and you could actually do real cool dance and make your own and it also had great music and you get excersise harmonknight like the rest of the 3ds/ds rythm games got nothing going for it and some dumb kid runnning around. its like dudes you went full retard with wanting this game. get luigi mansion instead or something for gosh sake.
This game is getting decent reviews so far, with a Metascore of 75 at the moment. Also, it's $18, not $40 like you said. $18 is still a bit expensive for a 3DS eShop title, but not as bad as you make it out to be. Have you played the game? If not, then your criticism hold absolutely no value here. Myself, I've only played the demo, and it was pretty damn good. It's a rythmical endless running game, very similar in many ways to Bit.Trip Runner, which I LOVE, and I suspect that any fans of that game (like myself) will probably like Harmoknight as well. That doesn't mean that we went "full retard" in wanting this game. I'm a pretty good rythm game player, let me put it this way: I only have two Platinum trophies on my PS3, and the first one was Rock Band 2. So, again I ask: have you played this? #2
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its a good game, at least 8\10..
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