Harvest Moon is a very underrated game witha strange concept. You are a farmer. It debuted on the SNES but when Harvest Moon 64 came out a lot of people finally realized that this game meant business. Not only is this game fun, but it is one of, if not, the most addictive games ever. It's replay value is insane, rivaling Super Smash Brothers Melee. When you pick up this game it's hard to stop. When you finally do, you'll find yourself picking up the controller in about a week only to start another Harvest Moon frenzy. I have an idea that I think Natsume should pick up on now that they have a good solid fan base (Thanks to the release of Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town and Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life). I think the next Harvest Moon game should be online. That way you can visit other people's farms, trade livestock, machinery, seeds, produce, and tools. Who's with me?
I never played it, but I wanted to get the PS version, I could just never find it. I reckon it'd be quite cool for online, but would probs only work on PC mostly.
Nice idea mind.
President of Novistrana
19th January 2003
I always liked HM, but it had alot of micro-management