CheatCC writes: "Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon on the PSP was a pretty good game. Sure, it stuck to the generic farm-to-save-the-world plotline that is the cornerstone of the Harvest Moon franchise, but its departure from the series as a "futuristic" title set it apart and made it one of the better Harvest Moon titles out there. There were all kinds of machines and robots that you could use to interact with, and the possibilities for farm growth were much greater in this game than in previous Harvest Moon titles. I'm guessing that the folks at Natsume have realized that this previously PSP-only title was one of the best in the series and have recently ported it over to the PS2 in the form of Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon (Special Edition). But for all points and purposes, the PS2 version is basically the same as the PSP version. It is still pretty fun if you have never played the PSP version, and is definitely worth a playthough if you are a completion-obsessed person when it comes to Harvest Moon. But beware, there are a few pitfalls in the PS2 version of this game."