Game Freak’s Harmo Knight Is The Most Expensive Nintendo eShop Exclusive Title

Developed by Game Freak, Harmo Knight can be purchased via the Japanese Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS. And its download size is almost as big as the downloadable version of New Super Mario Bros. 2. Harmo Knight takes a little over 2000 blocks of memory from an SD card and costs roughly $18, which makes it the most expensive Nintendo eShop exclusive title to date.

57 thoughts on “Game Freak’s Harmo Knight Is The Most Expensive Nintendo eShop Exclusive Title”

  1. Seriously, $18? Unless this is comparable to retail games at the same price range, I’m not interested.

    Though the game looks awesome, it isn’t worth $18 IMO.

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    1. you dont have a clue what it is worth yet . gamefreak ………. GAMEFREAK!!!!!

      super mario bros 2 is a full downloadable.

      this is somewhere inbetween full downloadable and pullblox .

      this game could be a killer app . its made by

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    2. It’s made by GameFreak, and it’s their 1st game that isn’t Pokemon after how many years, so it’s probably worth it.

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  2. I’m not very interested in this game, but I’m very happy Nintendo is getting some really good studios to start putting some bigger, more full-featured games in the eShop.

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      1. so heir unation iz puting anoza video to humillate himself how charming,vell just i always say:every rose has its thorn,…und be carfull because the most ellegant flower could be dangerous for you HAHAHAHAHA

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          1. Stop embarrassing actual German people with your ”text accent”.

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  3. I actually thought this was going to be a retail game. It’s nice to see it’s going to be a downloadable game instead of a full retail price. Also, the direct conversion of the yen to dollar doesn’t indicate the prices of games.

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  4. This game looks fun, I hope it comes to west! About the expensive 2,000 blocks must be because the game have also lots of content, like many worlds levels and music.

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