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Forever Alone on Story of Seasons?

Story of Seasons, formerly known as Harvest Moon, is a game about farming and marriage. Many gamers will remember their first spouse as probably their favorite one, and have fond memories of the courtship process. Although not every game in the series features marriage… I’m looking at you Harvest Moon GB 1 and 2, nearly […]

Harvest Moon 64 Retrospective

Farming, raising cattle, mining, fishing, and marrying the girl of your dreams… what a sweet life. A slice of life farming simulator where the worst that happens is the death of a grandmother or perhaps the animals and the departure your friends. These elements are in essence what make Harvest Moon 64 such a special […]

Oddballs in Gaming: Rune Factory Frontier

Harvest Moon was for the longest time, the only farming simulator in the market. For the most part Harvest Moon was primarily grounded on reality with a few fantastical elements. Elements such as the Harvest Goddess, the harvest sprites, and even a kappa were amongst the few fantasy creatures in Harvest Moon. But, one day […]

Oddballs in Gaming: HM: A Wonderful Life

Developed by Victor Interactive Software and published by Natsume in 2003. A Wonderful Life was the future of the Harvest Moon series, but while the reviews were positive the game polarized the fan base. Harvest Moon A Wonderful Life was the oddball game in the long-standing HM series that tried to achieve so much, but […]

Top 6 Reasons Harvest Moon 64 is Amazing

Harvest Moon 64 is the sequel to the charming game Harvest Moon on the SNES. It was a fantastic game that involved time management, social aspects, Farming and ranching HM64 was the perfect mixture of how to make a simulation on the N64. HM64 took everything which made the original SNES version fun and boosted […]


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