30°
Submitted by pixlbit 660d ago | review

PixlBit's HarmoKnight Review

PixlBit | "Pretending to be a rock star with mini-guitars was pretty cool for a few years, but we’ve thankfully moved past that fad and can start getting music-based games that aren’t just for fulfilling your leather pants wearing fantasies. We’ve had a few highlights in the rhythm genre here and there as those plastic instruments made their way from Best Buy to Big Lots, but now that they’re completely gone it looks like we should get more innovative and quirky music games like we used to. If HarmoKnight is an indicator of the upcoming rhythm game onslaught, then I say “bring it on.” Mixing platforming with call-and-answer beat matching, HarmoKnight is a wonderfully cute and addictively fun journey that will keep you on your (tapping) toes." (3DS, HarmoKnight) 4.5/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Last Ninja 2 for the Konix Multisystem Found, Preservation Status Poor

36m ago - Carl Williams writes, "The Konix Multisystem was quite a beast, had it been released, that could... | Retro
20°

[ABG] See You on The Other Side - Atmospheric First Person Puzzle Adventure

38m ago - See You on The Other Side is a well crafted and stylish 3D puzzle adventure where you pass throug... | PC
30°

Nostalgia Can Go Spin: Tetris Ultimate | AUTOMATON Review

44m ago - Was it time for another Tetris remake? AUTOMATON's Matthew Coslett politely but firmly lets us kn... | PS4
40°

Feature: Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

45m ago - Mexican Site Level Up talks about Final Fantasy Type-0 and Type-0 HD from an event in Mexico City. | PS4
Ad

Are you bored?

Now - Watch 10 seconds videos about games and game culture at COUB Gaming... | Promoted post
40°

Resident Evil HD Remaster Review | The Outspoken

47m ago - Resident Evil is somewhat of a masterpiece. No, it hasn’t aged perfectly, has some big flaws and... | PC