Summary: Parents need to know that Harvest Moon: Tale of Two Towns is the latest entry in the successful and long-running Harvest Moon franchise. Players take on the role of an ambitious young farmer who moves into a new village and must work hard to cultivate crops, take care of animals, and soak in the...
Review: Harvest Moon 3D: The Tale of Two Towns (Nintendo 3DS)
6 February 2012
Excerpt: Harvest Moon is an odd little franchise, as I’ve mentioned in the past. It’s equal parts farming simulator, role playing game and dating simulator rolled up into one series that’s been going strong for a decade and a half now, and has managed to inspire its own spin-off series, Rune Factory , to...
Pros: A great new bulletin board system to keep you busy, As addictive and adorable as always, Plenty to do across both towns and between, Some of the best graphics in the series, The two towns provide a very different backdrop from series norm
Cons: 3D has some strange effects sometimes, Hiking between towns can be a chore at the start, Occasional glitch freezes the game until you reset the console, Some of the old chore annoyances have returned
Conclusion: As a new farmer to the area, players choose which village to live in.
Will it be Eastern-styled Konohana with its abundant fields of crops, or the animal-loving, European-styled Bluebell? Players will pick a home, build a thriving farm, and compete in a huge variety of festivals.
Conclusion: Ibland mÃ¥ste man som inbiten spelare ta ett steg tillbaka frÃ¥n krigssimulatorer, virtuella hockeykarriÃ¤rer och bloddrypande kÃ¤llargÃ¥ngar och Ã¤gna sig Ã¥t nÃ¥got mer meditativt. Kanske snurra pÃ¥ lite ryska klossar, eller varfÃ¶r inte komma i kontakt med sin inre bonde via Harvest Moon?