Summary: Maybe because I played the later HM games first, but I really didn't like this one. No tutorial at all to let you know what you're doing, no matter how much sleep you get he always has to stop at yawn for 20 minute intervals. I didn't find the characters interesting at all. Mining was a joke.. what's the point of powering up your tool when you can only pick up one clay/ ore before the rest sink back under the ground?
Summary: First of all, do yourself a favor and get the Gamecube version. It's almost exactly the same. By almost I mean there are slight bits of the game that are shaved off here and there which is never good. In fact if you were hoping on playing the Wii version through as a girl, tough luck they took that out. This game is really fun and one of my favorites... on the Gamecube.
Summary: Got this as an eater egg for our girls who are 7and3. As much as they will ask to play it, the game is far too complicated for them to follow and this means an adult almost continually having to help. Stick to CoD!
If you have a DS buy harvest moon for that rather than for the Wi
12 October 2009
Excerpt: "After playing Harvest moon on the Nintendo DS (never actually finished it but love playing it) we made a family purchase for the wii so that we could all play and watch together. What a big disappointment, the game is not at all what I was expecting, like the DS game you have to be a boy you can't decide what sex to be which is fine but you would think that the developers would have added some extra options. Don't buy this game expecting to use the ...
Pros: Whole family are able to watch play
Cons: Have to play as a boy, only uses the joystick and buttons
Summary: I actually bought this as a present and the person I bought it for would probably give a much better review. It isn't really my sort of game, although I did enjoy previous versions such as for the Gamecube. The opening is the most frustrating thing. Such a long introduction that cannot be skipped in any way. This is my main issue with the majority of Nintendo releases.
Summary: I am a BIG fan of Harvest Moon, I had the gameboy version and then brought the DS version. I used to be hooked on Harvest Moon DS, Im talking playing it straight for 5 hours day after day! When I heard that it was coming out on Wii I definatly had to buy it. So I rushed to the shops to buy it and got home in a hurry to try it out. After half an hour of playing this game I wanted to take it back to the shops. It was very boring and I have never played on it since.
Summary: This is almost a direct copy of the Gamecube game with the same name, except you can only be a boy in this version (the actual game comes with a different cover from seen here where the girl on the horse is missing). Do not confuse it with the new Harvest Moon game coming out for the Wii at the end of the year.
Summary: Vorwort: Ja die langjährigen Gamer unter euch werden das Spiel Harvest Moon sicher aus Super Nintendo Zeiten kennen. Hier wird Simulation mit leichten Rollenspiel Anteil verbunden. Was seinerzeit viele Anhänger hatte ist auch in der Gegenwart nicht uninteressant, doch kann das Prinzip nach Jahren noch überzeugen? Auch ich stellte mir diese Frage und kaufte mir daher den Wii-Ableger, der eine neue Geschichte eines kleinen Farmer Jungen erzählt. Hat sich der Kauf gelohnt?
Summary: Harvest Moon : Magical Melody für die Wii ist mittlerweile mein 3. Harvest Moon Spiel. Ich war jedoch recht enttäuscht. Ich fand das Spiel sehr unübersichtlich. Auf dem Bildschirm ist die Sicht auf die Umgebung sehr eingeschränkt. Auch bekommt man keine vernünftige Landschaftskarte im Hauptbild angezeigt, sondern muss jedes Mal in das Menü gehen um nachsehen zu können. Ich habe das Spiel zweimal angespielt, aber inzwischen ganz die Lust daran verloren.