Harmoknight 3DS CIA

Harmoknight 3DS CIA

Harmoknight 3DS CIA

Harmoknight 3DS CIA

You play primarily as Tempo, a likable young errand boy who has the potential to become a famed HarmoKnight and save the world of Melodia from the vile Noizoids. The story and colorful world are presented through a mix of beautiful 2D cutscenes and 3D introductions. As you’ll learn in some overly long tutorials, Tempo controls rather simply: Y or A jumps, and B or A hits. The simplicity works very well, especially once the enemies and obstacles start popping up at a solid clip and give off clues to warn you when they are coming. For example, one enemy’s appearance is predicated by a signature whizzing sound, which helps you time your hit. The music behind it all is catchy, and features enough stylistic variation to stay fresh throughout each world, from a volcanic, rock music-themed world to a more mellow, calypso-themed beach. Harmoknight 3DS CIA

Harmoknight 3DS CIA

It only sours when occasionally quirky timing windows impede progress. You might feel like you successfully performed a task, and Tempo appeared to get through unscathed, but you were off by enough that you actually fail. Spiked balls in particular are unforgiving, and some enemies need to be hit way earlier than you’d think. To boot, some things are kind of unexplained despite those lengthy tutorials. It took me a few stages until I realized some objects that appear to be in the background can be hit with your weapon.Of course that isn’t the entire game. Boss battles harken back to the hear-and-respond mechanics of Parappa the Rapper. The bosses, ranging from large, noise-emitting dogs to dragons, attack you with advance warning using different cues, and then you have to replicate that same beat before they hit you. In general, they are excellent changes of pace, but some late-game, cutscene-heavy bosses can be cruel and time-consuming. Additionally, Tempo finds some helpful adventurers who aid him in his quest, and Tempo takes a breather while you control these alternate characters. Lyra is a female archer who fires off arrows and dodges enemy attacks, and Tyko and Cymbi are a man-and-monkey combo that beat foes like drums. Their sections are even simpler than the usual gameplay, something more akin to old-school rhythm games. But like the bosses, they are fun departures from the main game, and they’re used wisely. Harmoknight 3DS CIA


Release Date : March 28, 2013
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