Reviews and Problems with Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life
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2 May 2006
Excerpt: Farming. It’s excitement personified. The task of growing crops, milking cows, shearing sheep, and gathering eggs have never been as much fun as in Harvest Moon. The seminal farm simulation game has been around since the days of the SNES and paved the way of other social interaction games like Animal Crossing ever since. While Animal Crossing enjoyed mainstream success, the Harvest Moon series has continued to lurk in the shadows for most gamers.
Excerpt: In 1996 Natsume brought the first Harvest Moon game to the SNES. Since then, almost every generation of Nintendo consoles has known a Harvest Moon game. If you never heard of the series, get out from under that rock you have been hiding under and check out our review today: Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life.
Excerpt: This is, to say the least, Natsume‘s darkest hour in their farming RPG series to date. Why? Because Natsume is not exactly known for churning out sequels, and if you look at this title you’d think that was exactly what you were getting, a sequel. Sadly it seems this assumption would be most certainly wrong, as this game is not as much a sequel per se as it is an attempt to dodge serious work. How so? Here.
Excerpt: La série de Natsume déjà parue sur Super Nintendo revient à nouveau sur la dernière console de big N, et en 3D s’il vous plait, pour nous faire profiter de ce soft original, très mais alors très addictif et d’une durée de vie exceptionnelle. Avec une idée de base assez loufoque qu’est la simulation de la gestion d’une ferme, Natsume a su faire de ce jeu quelque chose d’enivrant et prenant tout à fait propice aux nuits blanches.