Summary: Though very much like "Harvest Moon - Save the Homeland" in its being mission oriented, it has a one singular mission, saving Heartflame Island. As with other Harvest Moon titles, you grow crops and place them in the shipper. You also can get up to three pets, unlike Save the Homeland or Wonderful Life. Then you can get up to five each of chickens, sheep, and cows. Further, you do not need to order a machine for making cheese or even milking the cows.
Summary: This game is awesome, but at the end credits, it says to be continued in my LIFE. I searched it here and I saw this again! Also, one time I made a mistake, and I went to a walkthrough and it was kept on showing it past where it ends. I think perhaps you have to continue it. Another thing is that if you don't meet the Harvest Sprite of Memory by the second ring in Winter, then it's 'game over.
Summary: My Mom and I really like playing the Harvest Moon games. She needed a new game for her PS2. She says that this is harder then the standard Harvest Moon. She has started over twice. She is enjoying the new challenge.
Great plot and storyline, but rather annoying and boring
Wolfeh , GameStop
3 July 2010
Summary: I've gone through quite a lot of the game so far, but haven't "finished" it yet. From what I have gathered so far, I'm quite impressed by the graphics and storyline, but Natsume really wasn't so keen on the farming aspect in this game, which took most of the fun out of it. I would say the most fun of this game, for me, was exploring, because the world seemed relatively large (and rather confusing at first) and has beautiful graphics.
Summary: This is enjoyable and a bit different than the other harvest Moon games. for this I didn't get a game guide and am stuck at this time. I haven't found a thorough enough online guide to help, yet.
Summary: I was going through a withdraw of HM while i was away at school without my wii, so i bought this game.... ... and i played it one day for about two hours. That is how long it will hold the attention of a serious HM'er.
Summary: This game Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon Special Edition was a totally great game. I am 47 and I have not yet gotten to play the game as my two children, ages 19 and 11 , have taken it over. My daughter, who is 19, has already beaten the game. However my son, who is 11, is taking his time enjoying the role play of it. He is a gardener by heart and nature so this game fits well with him. Both have spent countless hours playing it.