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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Release Window Revealed, Harmo Knight Confirmed For NA Release

Posted on Wednesday, December 5 @ 11:06:30 PST by Alex_Osborn

Those of you hungry for more 3DS content have plenty to look forward to this coming spring, as Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon has been confirmed to launch sometime in that timeframe. I know, something a bit more specific would have been ideal, but a release window is better than nothing, right?

The Big N also shared a bit of new information on Harmo Knight in their latest Nintendo Direct. For those that aren't in the know, this rhythm-based platformer was developed by Game Freak—you know, the guys who make Pokémon?—and is currently available on the eShop in Japan. Fortunately, we'll be getting it in North America sometime next year as well.

Be sure to stay tuned to GameRevolution for additional updates on what is to come from Nintendo in 2013.
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