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.
A cancellation of physical events means that publishers are finding new ways to showcase and reveal upcoming games. Fourteen publishers have announced a joint New Game+ Expo event that will be broadcast live on Twitch next month.
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.
Fishing is almost an expected feature in RPGs nowadays. Reel Fishing: Road Trip Adventure goes all-in on that with an RPG all about fishing.
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.
Fishing minigames are far from a rare sight in RPGs nowadays, but an actual fishing RPG is a novelty. Nonetheless, that’s what Reel Fishing: Road Trip Adventure can be described as, and Pascal Tekaia was able to cast his line at this year’s E3.
Natsume’s latest Harvest Moon title has made it to smartphones. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope is available now on both iOS and Android.
The console edition of Natsume’s latest Harvest Moon title offers up several new and refined features, such as a new character to get hitched to. It will also let two players join forces and till the soil together when it releases later this month.
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.
Just when you thought your girlfriend was safe from the punks in River City, think again. Ricki’s gal has been kidnapped and Kunio must find her in three days. Seriously, Ricki needs to keep a better eye on his girlfriend considering how often this keeps happening.
Mmmmm… delicious Tomacco plants. Tastes awful, but is highly addictive. And yes, it does taste like grandmas.
Dear Kemco: please try harder to make less generic games. Heck, add some dinosaurs, an excited child, and some attractions, and your game would be appealing. Or, y’know, the plot to Jurassic World. Which is better than this game.
Many have predicted that mobile is the future for gaming. So does this previously mobile RPG have anything new to offer handheld RPGamers?
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.
I’m not braggin’ babe so don’t put me down, but I’ve got the fastest set of wheels in town. When somethin’ comes up to me you don’t even try, ’cause if she had a set of wings I know she could fly. She’s my little deuce coup, you don’t know what I’ve got.
409 or Little Honda are also appropriate.
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.
Once upon a time, someone had the novel idea that making an entire game based around escorting people through dungeons would be worthwhile. Whether this idea was unadulterated brilliance or sub-moronic foolishness seems to be in the eye of the beholder.
Exactly why is CIMA all-caps? No one ever addresses it.
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.