Natsume unveiled the post-launch DLC for Harvest Moon: One World. There are four packs planned, available individually or as part of the Season Pass.
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Get ready to build a farm and save the world in the newest installment in the Harvest Moon series. Crops have vanished and only the player protagonist can find the answers with their green thumb come March.
Harvest Moon: One World is getting an additional collector’s edition. The Diorama Edition will be available to pre-order from Limited Run Games early next month.
Natsume and Rising Star Games have pushed back the launch of Harvest Moon: One World. The farming sim will now launch for Nintendo Switch in March.
Natsume and Rising Star Games are working on a new Harvest Moon title planned for launch this fall. A limited edition is now available to pre-order via NIS America’s online store.
Natsume’s latest Harvest Moon title will be coming to PS4 as well as Switch. The game, which sees players going on an adventure to restore lost crops, is set to arrive this fall.
Grab that old wheelbarrow and watering can; a new Harvest Moon is in the works. One World will have players exploring a new world for Nintendo Switch this year.
Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is getting a new console retail edition. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition Complete will be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch and include the game plus all of its DLC.
Natsume’s latest Harvest Moon title has made it to smartphones. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is available now on both iOS and Android.
Harvest Moon: Light of Hope arrives on PS4 and Switch at the end of this month. Natsume revealed some extra content that will be coming to the console Special Edition following its launch.
The most recent Harvest Moon game is still awaiting a console release and Natsume is readying some information with the announcement of a new version. Start getting all the farming implements ready.
Mmmmm… delicious Tomacco plants. Tastes awful, but is highly addictive. And yes, it does taste like grandmas.
Chop, chop, dig, dig, RRRRRRRRRR, GAAAAAAAAAH, are the sounds coming from this editor’s PSP. Why might you ask? Well, clearly it’s time for more Harvest Moon.
Ever wanted to lift a building over your head and toss it somewhere else with ease? In Harvest Moon: A New Beginning, there’s more to life than building-cabertoss, but darn it, it’s way too much fun.
Alpacas, Jersey cows and Suffolk sheep, it’s time for another Harvest Moon! How did RPGamer’s resident Harvest Moon reviewer fare in the land of cute fluffy alpacas? Find out in our staff review.
RPGamer finally has a review for the timeless classic — Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness. Gaze into this wonderful, excellent, marvelous game in our staff review.
Death, destruction, and world-threatening crises will not be found within. Relax and enjoy some idyllic farm life while looking for love, content in the knowledge...
I’m so hungry… I can barely move… I think I’m going to pass out. Unless you give me one of your items, young lady. But not one of your tomatoes, for you see, I get hives. Also stop ringing that bell, it hurts my ears. What day is it again? Oh, Harvest Moon review day, that’s what.
Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley is like the Karate Kid. Evil Funland is trying to knock the residents down, and it’s your job to pick them back up again. All this game lacks is a token Asian to be Mr. Miyagi.