Reviews and Problems with Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness
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Island of Sloppiness
8 July 2011
Excerpt: Good ol' Harvest Moon : it's RPG comfort food and invites warm and squishy feelings on the inside. Not every entry captures this feeling, and the DS iterations in particular have been more miss than hit with Harvest Moon fans.
Excerpt: If you were born in the 80s or early 90s, you are probably familiar with Harvest Moon game series that started from SNES. It was one of the most epic farming role-playing sim game ever created with its simplicity and cute 2D characters.
Excerpt: Harvest Moon DS Island of Happiness is a vast improvement over the last Harvest Moon video game we reviewed here at Family Friendly Gaming. Players get shipwrecked on an island, and decide to settle, and make it a better place to live. Clean up the grass, rocks, flowers, etc.
Summary: Starting off with an abandoned farm, a handful of seeds, and the determination to start a new life, it's up to the player to develop a mysterious, abandoned island into a bustling tropical paradise.
Excerpt: It’s been ten years since a quirky game that fused farming with dating sim first appeared on the Super Nintendo. Since then, Harvest Moon has spawned countless games and appeared on just about every system.
Summary: Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness
is, as one might expect, the latest
game, and that
in and of itself
may be enough for the diehard fan. Unfortunately, just because of the system it’s on, an exclusive stylus control scheme has been slapped on – and it’s “my way or the highway” all the...
Pros: Yet another combination of new characters and old favorites., Cute graphics
Cons: New crop system can be very confusing, Exclusive stylus controls
Excerpt: Harvest Moon is celebrating its tenth birthday this year — no small feat for any franchise — and Natsume is celebrating that anniversary with their latest addition to the series, Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness for the Nintendo DS.
Excerpt: I'm really glad I'm not a farmer. There are many obvious reasons for this. Being a farmer means performing hard, manual labor for long hours in sometimes harsh conditions. Being a farmer means depending on the vicissitudes of the weather and the global food market for your livelihood.
Review: Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness (Nintendo DS)
16 September 2008
Excerpt: Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness Genre: RPG/Dating Sim/Farming Sim Developer: Marvelous Publisher: Natsume Release Date: 08/26/08 “ Harvest Moon is one of those franchises that continues to attract and retain fans despite, and perhaps because of, the fact that the games are largely the same from...