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Submitted by Pozzle 713d ago | review

HarmoKnight – Review | GamingLives

HarmoKnight is always going to draw some comparisons to Game Freak's more famous creations, but in reality they’ve taken what they do best – making great games – and continued to do so. They’ve adapted their skills to make a good-looking, great-sounding, incredibly-fun title that will have you engrossed for hours. Sure, it’s not what they usually make, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not highly enjoyable. The story may be a bit rubbish, but the gameplay is good enough to compensate. In the end, HarmoKnight can stand alone as a fun experience in and of itself, and is well worth a look in if you’re looking for something that’s just plain enjoyable. Just make sure you’ve got headphones in if you’re playing around other people as they won’t appreciate the music in quite the same way you do. (3DS, HarmoKnight) 7/10

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