Excerpt: After reviewing two other Harvest Moon titles previously, you'd think I'd be sick of these games already. The problem is that Harvest Moon games always seem to have one major addictive quality about the gameplay that changes between each game, and always manage to keep me coming back for more. The question remains, however: does Harvest Moon: Grand Bazaar , the nineteenth entry in this long running series, follow through with being addictive?
Excerpt: Nintendo definitely threw the world for a loop when it announced the Nintendo DS as its "third pillar" about four years ago. Some developers seemed to approach the system with hesitation in case the ambitious dual-screened platform didn't take off. In the first year or so, there were a number of games that seemed to be blatant Game Boy Advance titles with some tacked on touch screen controls.