Reviews and Problems with Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl
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Great Game, Reminiscent of HM64
Kayla Aitkens, Amazon
31 December 2011
Summary: I bought this game because I had played Harvest Moon 64 years ago and had fallen in love with it. I will say that the Harvest Moon games are not for everyone, but if you have played any of the others and liked them, then this will definitely be up your alley. If you have never played a Harvest Moon game it all you need to know that it is a farming/life simulation game.
Summary: This is by far the best HM game you will play. The town events and the interactions between the characters are always fun and it never got old for me, even past year three. The Cute feature adds a bit of diversity and it is just as fun as the normal version, however once you're married the game ends. Definitely worth the buy.
Summary: This remake of Back to Nature (originally released for the PS1 in 1998) brings one of the best Harvest Moons of the 20th Century to your fingertips. It combines Back to Nature with Back to Nature for Girls (which was originally only released in Japan.) The graphics are identical to the original and haven't been touched up, only stretched a little to fit the PSP screen.
Summary: i have to say that i really enjoyed this game even though the original came out on the playstation. i had lots of fun with this game and i feel that u will too. i feel that the price is to steep on here that unlike on the playstation store where u can download it to your psp for only 14.00 instead of even paying 32.00 for a used one or 84.00 for a brand new one. i swear any kind of people will do anything to rip someone off.
A Japanese only game, and a port of a PlayStation game
A Human, Amazon
7 October 2009
Summary: This game is a PSP port of the previously Japanese only "Back to Nature For Girl", which was eventually enhanced and ported onto the Game Boy Advance for as "More Friends of Mineral Town". Back To Nature, which was given the same treatment and made into "Friends of Mineral Town". The two games are similar, they're more or less the same game but your character is a different gender. They're still different though. I highly recommend this game.
Summary: This game is great when traveling because it takes a lot of time, but even just lounging around home i play it. I love all the different thing you can do in the game from betting on horse races or just being a normal farmer. The only bad thing about this is that it takes such a long time to get a spouse, let alone kid.
Summary: This was my first ever Harvest Moon game. I used to play HM64 with my friend when i was like, 10, but I got this for my 15th birthday and I've been hooked to HM ever since. Awesome graphics compared to what I'm used to, a lot of fun, and for the girl version there are some ADORABLE guys. The only real issue I had with this game is that for girls, it ends after marriage, but for guys, it keeps going.
Summary: Yes this is a new version of Harvest Moon: back to nature with a few new twists. Firstly, you will notice you may choose to be male Or female (and yes they both have branching storylines and also different Marriage results!) farming is Exact, possibly a little to exact as BTN (back to nature) but this is by far the best version for farming sim fans of the series.