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HarmoKnight Whistles To Japanese eShop

By Kevin on Sep 06 2012 04:46 PM
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Released as a 3DS download in the Japanese eShop yesterday, September 5th, Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight (リズムハンター ハーモナイト Rizumu Hantā: HāmoNaito) brings a whole new dimension to rhythm gaming. Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight  is developed by Game Freak Inc. and published by Nintendo. It can be purchased for Â¥1,800 Japanese Yen, which is approximately equal to $22.94 US Dollars according to the current Yen rate.

As a young boy named Tempo, you must restore peace to planet Harmonia. Using your mighty musical note as a weapon, you hack, slash and hum your way through nearly 60 levels of acoustic beauty. Heck, there's even a Pokémon themed level. Is this something you would like to see make its way to the west?

Is Rhythm Hunter: HarmoKnight something you would consider purchasing for over $20?

(Official Trailer)

(Gameplay video from LucarioPlayer14)

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I would pay $20.00 for a really good title. Though I would like to wait for some reviews on this I think this game shows a lot of potential and may be one I could sink that money into.
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