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Submitted by JJUK 801d ago | review

Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns Review [Capsule Computers]

Arriving as the umpteenth Harvest Moon game but the first on 3DS, Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns needed to find another slightly different way to do the same thing. Its gimmick: the titular ‘Two Towns’. Most Harvest Moon games let you grow crops, others allowed you to rear animals, and a number of them encouraged you to do both. Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns is different in that both aspects of farming are present, but you are forced to choose between the life of a livestock farmer or an agricultural farmer from the very beginning when the mayors of the two towns of Bluebell and Konohana ask where you’ll be staying. (3DS, Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns) 7/10

masterabbott  +   801d ago
this is a game im going to pick up, it looks very entertaining.
LinkageAX  +   801d ago
Harvest Moon games are amazing, huge fan of the series.

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