|Harvest Moon Hajimari no Daichi was announced earlier today. Currently details are a little sparse, but the most exciting news is probably the ability to more fully customize your character! With this being the first (proper) 3DS outing for Harvest Moon, I'm sure we'll see plenty of interesting new things!
For now, to get the most details be sure to read up about the translated details for it on andriasang (Link 2), and the official Japanese website site for the game.
Don't forget our forums and wiki!
|5 October 2011, 15:08 pm|
|is this got be a uk or us and today in rune factory 3 i got married to shara. i hate harvest moon grand bazaar but i got married and keep playing rune factory 3. today i wacth on animefushigi.com is ghost stories.|
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|8 October 2011, 12:25 pm|
|rune factory 4 is a simulation/role-playing video game developed by Neverland Co. and published by Marvelous Entertainment for the Nintendo 3DS handheld console. It was announced in Famitsu on June 29, 2011. It is the sixth game in the Rune Factory series, and the first to be released on the 3DS. today in rune factory 3 i married to shara who i married next?|
i harvest moon grand bazaar but i get married and have kid and end it.
today i wath gad guard on google the video. i talk you people late...
|10 October 2011, 14:00 pm|
|today on youtube is rune factory tides of destiny playthrought. i wacth all gad guard than i go wacth skull man on animefushigi. oh you have wacth hetalia too and working!!Plot Summary: The story is set in a family restaurant named Wagnaria in the northern Japanese prefecture of Hokkaido. S?ta works part-time among the restaurant's high-spirited, mysterious, yet cool staffers.|
Genres: comedy, slice of life Themes: Workplace
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|11 October 2011, 9:23 am|
|On their Facebook account this morning, Natsume announced the official release date for the 3DS version of Tale of Two Towns in North America. |
The game will be released on November 1st! Only a few weeks to go until those who prefer the 3DS console can buy their copy. Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns is a farming simulation game for the Nintendo hand-held console systems. The original game in Japan was only available for the Nintendo DS console but the North American version is available for both Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS consoles.Long ago the towns of Bluebell and Konohana were friendly neighbors, joined together by a tunnel underneath the mountain that separates the towns. Eventually the towns started to disagree with each other on whose town had the best cooking cousine. As the villagers became more obnoxious with each other, the Harvest Goddess became more annoyed with them. One day she finally put her foot down and collapsed the tunnel between the towns, cutting them off from each other. Now the only interaction the towns have with each other is at their cooking festival, where their cooking conflict continues five times per season.
As a new farmer, you are eager to start your new life at one of the towns but a freak travel accident makes you to forget what town you originally were going to live in! Listen to each mayor's story, hear about each town, and then decide where you want to start your new farm life.
As its name implies, Tale of Two Towns allows you to select the town you want to live in. Bluebell Town's specialty is with animals such as cows, chickens, sheep, and the new alpaca. Konohana Town concentrates on growing crops, trees, and grains. Both farms in each town have a small area where you can have some of the other town's features; there are small fields for crops on the Bluebell Town farm and a small barn for animals on the Konohana Town farm.Different villagers live in each town and have their own theme. Bluebell Town is a European-style town and Konohana Town is Asian-themed. Unique shops exist in both towns and you will need to travel across the mountain to shop in each town.Residing in a specific town is not permanent. You can change your home town once per season and are free to move back and forth between towns. Players are expected to move from time to time in order to upgrade each farm and experience each town's separate festivals.Some other features include:
the ability to select your character's gender at the beginning of the game.
six different marriage candidates to select from.
seasonal festivals that are unique to each town.
a vast mountainous area where you can find items, fish, and bugs to sell.
mid-day weather changes.
the new dating feature, where you must go out on dates with your potential spouse.
a message board request system where villagers will post requests for your help.
new flower crops such as Rose, Carnation, and Sunflower.
cat and dog pets who will automatically herd your animals outside.
winter season crops.
weekly cooking festival based on salad, soup, horderves, main course, and dessert recipes.
and much more!
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|20 October 2011, 13:05 pm|
|in japan RF4 and HM:LoB - 2012|
harvest moon tale of two towns Before You Begin...There are a few things you will want to know of before you start playing Harvest Moon: A Tale of Two Towns. Besides reading the instruction manual, the following tips should help you get started and clear up confusion:Hearts Colors and Events Have Changed Instead of seeing hearts on the character's portraits when you talk to him or her, you will see a string of flowers along the side of the conversation dialog box. All characters will have this. The flowers indicate how friendly you are with the person.Marriage candidates will have colored flowers in white, purple, blue, green, yellow, pink, and finally red. There isn't a "black" or "orange" love stage in this version of Harvest Moon. The four special marriage candidates do not have colored flowers. Regular villagers also have simple white colored flowers.
The Horse Doesn't Need The horse in Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns is merely rented to you for a fee. The horse doesn't have any friendship points, there are no horse festivals, and you can swap it out for another horse at any time. You can brush the horse and feed it a Horse Treat, but there isn't any purpose of it. There's no need spending time trying to raise hearts with the horse when it doesn't have any to begin with.
The only uses for the horse is attaching the horse cart to it for a mobile storage unit and riding it from one town to the other. Riding the horse is faster than running.
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|22 October 2011, 12:23 pm|
|Tale of Two Towns for 3DS! | Posted at 20:33 on 19 Oct 2011|
On their Facebook account this morning, Natsume announced the official release date for the 3DS version of Tale of Two Towns in North America. The game will be released on November 1st! Only a few weeks to go until those who prefer the 3DS console can buy their copy.
Marvelous has announced that the release date for Rune Factory 4 (3DS) in Japan has been postponed from 2011 to Spring 2012. The release date for Harvest Moon: Land of Beginning (3DS) in Japan is now set for February 2012.
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|24 October 2011, 11:59 am|
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