Harvest Moon Games

New Video Shows All The Mario Content In Story of Season: Trio of Towns

XSeed Games recently released a new trailer for the upcoming Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns for the Nintendo 3DS, which features some popular content from Nintendo's other popular brand: Super Mario. The trailer highlights some familiar clothing items and character costumes players can use in the farming simulator.

What's Included In The Special Limited Edition Of Harvest Moon: Skytree Village

Fall is nearly upon us, which means it's almost time to dive into yet another Harvest Moon romp with this year's entry to the storied franchise, Skytree Village. If you happen to be a big fan or a collector, however, then you'll want to check out the Limited Edition NIS has put together featuring all sorts of extra goodies.

Story Of Seasons Continues Harvest Moon's Legacy On 3DS

Planting crops, raising livestock, forming friendships and possibly even a romance or two; it’s all in a day’s work for any title in the Harvest Moon series. Now, the spiritual successor to the much-loved life-simulator is set to hit the Nintendo 3DS later this year, it’s coming from XSEED Games, and it’s called Story of Seasons.

Natsume's E3 2010 Line-Up Headlined By New Harvest Moon

Is there such a thing as too many Harvest Moon games? According to Natsume, most certainly not. There's another Harvest Moon in the works for the Nintendo DS as seen on Natsume's E3 2010 games line-up.

Preview: Harvest Moon Tree Of Tranquility

Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility looks to take the evolutionary step that some fans have been waiting for since the original on the SNES. Wii-mote controlled farming, more choices for getting married, and more interaction with the townsfolk are just a few of the things present in Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility.

Virtual Console Monday: Harvest Moon And Lords Of Thunder

Two more titles are hitting Nintendo’s Virtual Console, and at least there’s something to interest a few people. Harvest Moon for the SNES is the first in the now hugely popular series, and Lords of Thunder for the TurboGrafx-16 has players mindlessly shooting things. Both games have their merits; it just depends on whether you feel like tending the fields or shooting enemies with “heavy metal” playing loudly in your face.

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