The lights are on
Natsume's Harvest Moon has been farming its distinctively cute agrarian gameplay for years, and now it's ready to make the leap into three dimensions. Today, on Natsume's Facebook page, the company announced Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns, which will be released simultaneously for both 3DS and DS.The game features, natch, two towns: Konohana and Bluebell. Apparently, the two burgs are fighting over which has the best food. So, you'll have to pick a side, start farming some and compete in several culinary festivals. While we don't know how the 3DS version will differ from the DS version, something tells us that this dual release means the 3D effects will be fairly superficial.
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kinda sounds catchy
I'm sure the 3DS version is going to have an extra secret thrown into the mix. It wouldn't be cool to just have the same game come out for both.
That's nice... Let me know when the next Zelda or Mario 3DS games come out.
I prefer the Runefactory series now. When is that new one coming out?
So is this not ending in marriage?
its probably going to be one or two small differences for each version.
Okay, I'm just a little bit excited, only because I've been following the Havest Moon franchise for a really long time. I remember the good old days on the Nintendo 64 and Gamecube, so I always get happy when a new game gets released. :)
We'll see how this turns out.
yay! I can't wait I love Harvest Moon!
Harvest Moon games bore me now. Rune Factory is the only game I can stand to play with farming elements. There's just only so many times I can plant crops and harvest them.
Well my sister will be happy.
I never played any harvest moon myself, but it was one game I would sit like :D for hours while my girlfriend played x.x
COOL! I love Harvest Moon!
if only i had a ds x(
I've never really been into Harvest Moon, but now that it's 3D I'm in!
Animal Crossing too! :D (Please?)
Lets see farmville do that
I hope it's better then the last one. It sucked.