Reviews and Problems with Harvest Moon A Wonderful Life
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Back to Nature and A Wonderful Life are better!
Fivezenses of Reading "Rhiannon", Amazon
11 January 2012
Summary: Okay so this game is good, but not awesome. It's one of the more slower moving versions, including walking around or even running. It doesn't have that same "vibe" the other versions have (I think because of the way the graphics and layout of it is, maybe?) This is a game for those that enjoy all the Harvest Moon games and really just want to test drive this one for the heck of it.
Summary: AWL Special Edition has some fun bonuses that the original doesn't have, including a different horse, a shipping bin for crops to give you more profit, and a chance to marry Lumina. These are great additions, but... the graphics aren't so good, as in the game seems laggy and almost slow-motion.
Summary: I really like the game, the story line, the events, the fact you can raise your kid, the crops, cows, chicken, sheeps, etc etc. I'd really loved it if it wasnt for the fact that the loading time between scenarios and that when you have too many things on the farm ur time slows like u are living in some slowmotion world. If you are fan of the series, and you do stand those little 'glitches', I recommend you the game. I do enjoy it.
Summary: This game is quite fun if you are into "Sim City" type games. There are many things in the game for everyone's taste. Be prepared to spend alot of time with the game if you are serious about completing it. Its pace is very slow, and the PS2 version spends quite a bit of time loading. Don't worry too much about the slow pace though because the game will keep you so busy, you will fear running out of time in a day and miss a chore or an activity.
Summary: once again ps2 has fallin short of its once knowen glory... this game is slow going, in the fact there isnt much too do if at all.. the chickens die for no good reason , you cant cook too save your life! you work a part time just for pennys! was this a real life story of some poor farmer?? i dont get what much of the idems are used for?? and too think i loved harvest moon on gamecube, gamecube is way cooler and most fun when it comes too this game title!
Summary: I like Harvest Moon A Wonderful Life Special Edition. I however recommend spending an extra $100 dollars for a Gamecube. The Gamecube Edition is faster and easier to play. Sure there are extra features in the special edition but it isn't worth it to wait for more than a few seconds to move your character and other simple actions.
Summary: I have been sucked into the Harvest Moon world thanks to Harvest Moon:AWL for the GC. Ever since then, I have been frantically trying to play ever single one that has come out. I was quite excited when I saw this one for the PS2 (dragging my son's GC down to my TV is kinda a pain). However, I was very disappointed. The game is nowhere near as good as the GC version.
Summary: After looking at screenshots and the marvelous revious for the same game in the Gamecube I was thrilled that its company Marvelous Interactive released a PS2 version of it in Japan, hence it would be imported to the US. Unfortunately due to some misclaculation from the programmers at some point the American version falls short of dazzling the players unlike its original Japanese PS2 counterpart.
Summary: I played this game for the first time on my roommate's Gamecube. I was a bit skeptical when she told me how awesome the game was, as it looked extremely boring to me. However, she left the apartment for the day and I popped the game in to see what all the fuss was about. Next thing I knew I had been playing the game for FOUR HOURS. I was elated to learn they made a version for the PS2, and I picked it up right away.
Summary: Like others, being a Harvest Moon fan, I couldn't resist buying a copy of this Special Edition version and playing it. My main reason for buying it was that I was curious to the new features -- what parts of the GameCube games (A Wonderful Life and Another Wonderful Life) made it and what didn't.