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HarmoKnight Demo Coming To 3DS eShop Next Week, Full Version 28/3

HarmoKnight Demo Coming To 3DS eShop Next Week, Full Version 28/3

HarmoKnight is a new title from Game Freak, those wonderful developers that you may have heard a little about who created a small franchise known as the Pokemon series?

HarmoKnight is a rhythm action game in which you control Tempo who wields the “legendary staff” and pretty much travel the land to amazingly beautiful music consisting of a minimum of 50 stages (extra Pokemon themed tunes are included as bonus stages also).

The game is only available through the Nintendo eShop and is also available on the 28th March for $14.99. Whilst no pricing was confirmed for the UK launch it could cost around £12.49. This becomes obvious when you take into account the recently released “Nano Assault EX” on the Nintendo 3DS eShop which is currently being sold at $14.99 in the US and £12.49 in the UK.

Will you be giving HarmoKnight a chance?

[Source: Nintendo UK Facebook]

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