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Interest Pokémon Developer Game Freak Reveals Harmo Knight Game
posted on 2012-08-29 21:45 BST
Nintendo revealed during its streaming Nintendo Direct presentation on Wednesday that GAME FREAK, the developer behind the Pokémon role-playing video game franchise, is developing the Rhythm Hunter Harmo Knight Nintendo 3DS rhythm action game.
The game's official website is also streaming more gameplay videos from the game. Rhythm Hunter Harmo Knight takes place in the world of Harmonia. The player controls Tempo-kun, who must jump and attack at the right rhythm in each level to the game's background music to create a tune.
Nintendo will release the game on September 5 in Japan for 1,800 yen (about US$23). The game will be released via Nintendo's e-Shop.
Thanks to Liam for the news tip.
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