The thing about playing Harold which made the largest impression on me, more so than its cute premise and challenging stage design, was its sheer beauty. This is further evidenced by this new set of screenshots we have received, showing elements of a beach environment players will prod Harold through.
Harold looks just as crisp and beautiful in motion as it does in these stills, hard as that might be to imagine. Hopefully we'll get a new trailer soon to better appreciate that aspect of these environments. But, for now, have a gander in the gallery at the new screens.
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