Summary: Its a pretty decent game. But if your not accustomed to a purely stylus game I don't recommend it. Over all design is actually a lot like sunshine islands and how it all starts. Dates and times are very good in a over all manner.
Summary: In the beginning... very fun. After awhile it becomes boring doing the same things (in the game) day in and day out with little change. Kinda sounds like real life, eh? *meh* BUT don't let that stop you! It's definately a fun game.
Summary: Like many of the reviewers that gave average scores, I'm a veteran HM player. I've played Harvest Moon DS: Island of Happiness for over fifty hours now (almost to year 5) and have been quite disappointed. It's addictive, but it's no fun and frustrating. Pros: 1.
Summary: I've played nearly every Harvest Moon game on every system and this one is by far my least favorite. The main reason for this is that, in my opinion, the game doesn't really add any enjoyable elements to the series but instead places restrictions on all your activities to make them take longer to...
Summary: I've played all the Harvest Moon games and I have to say this game is less then it could be. The controls are horrible everything is stylus driven which means everything take twice as long to complete and you end up running out of steam before you get everything done.
Can be a great game and great concepts, but the controls are terrible.
30 August 2008
Summary: I have this game and bought it at Gamestop, but I played this game for 2 hours now and seems like a really fun game so far. But all I have to tell you is that Natsume made a big mistake of the concept of using the stylus for the entire game which makes the controls really annoying.
Summary: I brought this game as i was in love with More Friends of Mineral Town on the Gameboy SP. The gameplay is so much different. You now have stamina levels and hunger levels and as you start of with no money and no food you practically can't farm properly, you can do like a little bit everyday.