The Bokujou Monogatari (aka Harvest Moon) series has long been a staple of gaming all over the world, and the latest addition, Story of Seasons,lives up to it’s predecessors with all the farming fun we’ve come to expect!
In addition to the official confirmation of Lord of Magna's localization, XSEED Games announced a release date for Story of Seasons, the next chapter in the Bokujo Monogatari series. While Natsume may own the Harvest Moon name, this is the latest proper farming/life-sim game under a new title, and it's coming to North America on March 31. Trailer and more after the jump.
Since Natsume owns the Harvest Moon name, XSEED Games is bringing the latest entry to the west as Story of Seasons, continuing the farming/life sim fun after Harvest Moon: A New Beginning. Grab some tools and get to work watching the latest English trailer after the jump.
Natsume revealed some of the upcoming DLC plans for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley over on Tumblr, outlining when to expect updates without going into further details. At this time the first DLC is set to roll out in January. More after the jump.
Earlier this month Natsume announced plans to release Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley in North America on November 4, and now Europe has its own release window. According to the post over at Rising Star Games' website, publisher Bergsala Lightweight will be handling The Lost Valley, with a release European release window set for Q1 2015. More after the jump.
Natsume's first internally-developed Harvest Moon game is coming to Nintendo 3DS in the west, and now it has a release date. Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley hits North America on November 4. More after the jump.
Worlds are about to collide in PoPoLoCrois Bokujou Monogatari, which mixes gameplay aspects of the PoPoLoCrois RPGs and the Harvest Moon farming sims into a meaty role-playing stew on Nintendo 3DS. Hit the jump for more.
Natsume's Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley promises plenty of freedom to go along with the Harvest Moon style of gameplay we're all familiar with, and you can see the first bit of footage after the jump.
Natsume has a couple more Game Boy Color games coming to Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console in North America. Announced at this week's E3 event, next up on the service will be Lufia: The Legend Returns and Harvest Moon 2. Hit the jump for more.
Publisher XSEED Games busted out their E3 lineup in advance of next week's show, and it includes some interesting titles among releases we knew were coming. In addition to a few familiar names, XSEED will be showing new acquisitions like Senran Kagura: Bon Appétit. Screens and more past the break.
Despite the fact that XSEED has their hands on the latest Marvelous AQL-developed Harvest Moon, Natsume is developing a new one internally, and will have Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley on display at next week's E3. Hit the jump for more.
The latest Harvest Moon game—known in Japan as Bokujō Monogatari: Tsunagaru Shintechi, AKA Farm Story: Connect to a New World—is coming to North America courtesy of publisher XSEED Games. The Nintendo 3DS entry is making its way over this year as Story of Seasons.
Have you always found yourself captivated by the quaint life presented in Harvest Moon? The Did You Know Gaming? channel is back with more, this time exploring some facts you may or may not know about the series of farm life sims. Learn about its varied influences and more in the video after the jump.
While we had plenty to talk about in the western Nintendo Direct presentations alone, Japan's offered up a nice look at Harvest Moon: Connect to a New Land. Hit the jump to watch the first trailer.
The next Harvest Moon game was revealed earlier this month, but we didn't get much of a peek at it outside of some screens on a magazine page. Now Harvest Moon: Connect to a New Land is showing a bit more of itself in a fresh batch of screens after the jump.