Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns [ 3DS ROMS ]

Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns

Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns

Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns

Marvelous, Natsume and Rising Star Games certainly feel like they’re onto a high-yield crop with Harvest Moon; Harvest Moon 3D: The Tale of Two Towns might be the first 3DS entry but it’s the eighth HM game in five years. Any concerns that the creative well is running dry are understandable after all, it’s only farming but , gives it the old college try anyway. The title gives away arguably the game’s biggest twist. Upon starting you choose which town to live in: animal-loving Bluebell or crop haven Konohana. Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns The two mayors hate each other so it’s up to you to bring them closer together by winning contests and being nice. Although the tunnel is initially blocked, you can freely travel between the two through the mountains to make use of shops and facilities, and at the end of each season you can uproot and move to the other town if you like.

Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns

There are other important features to note, though. Harvest Moon 3D The Tale of Two Towns You can only save when you go to sleep, so you have to play a day to its completion before you can record your progress, and a new noticeboard system gives you the chance to do favours for villagers. These are extremely simplistic fetch quests but earn you money and impress the villagers, and can also lead to new tools, so you’ll find yourself doing them whether you enjoy them or not. There’s also an online mode that lets you and three faraway friends visit a special online field to harvest crops, but it’s limited and unsatisfying. Most telling is that this is basically a 3D-enabled version of Harvest Moon DS: The Tale of Two Towns: while the 3DS release benefits from a wider viewing area on the top screen and a sprinkling of StreetPass item-swapping, the 3D effect is disappointing. There’s no coherence to the world, and what should be behind your character often appears in front, or vice versa. Occasionally items protrude far beyond what they should, and if you’re after any sort of comfortable viewing you’ll play exclusively in 2D mode.


Release Date : November 1, 2011
Publisher : Natsume
Developer : Marvelous Interactive
Region : USA
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RAR File Size : 257MB


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