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Submitted by tromwarrior 739d ago | review

Review: HarmoKnight | oprainfall

oprainfall writes: "When you think of Game Freak, you primarily think about the Pokemon series, which they’ve played a major role in creating. But Pokemon isn’t the only game they’ve ever made. Long ago, they had Pulseman on the Genesis and Yoshi on NES and Game Boy. Today, they have HarmoKnight on the 3DS.

Back in August when HarmoKnight was revealed, we were excited and fully anticipating a localization, as well as looking forward to any sort of Pokemon cameo. Fortunately, we got both. Initially, I was taken aback by the asking price of $15 (one of the higher digital-only prices in the eShop) but that was quickly dispelled when I started playing the full game. HarmoKnight is well worth the asking price and deserves a spot on your 3DS. Let me show you why…" (3DS, HarmoKnight) 4.5/5

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