Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life (2004)
Adventure - RPG
You've saved your family's farm and you've saved your homeland...now it's time to live your life! An all-new Harvest Moon adventure is coming to the Nintendo GameCube.
Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life will span a lifetime on the farm and follow all the drama that goes with it. Not only must you build and successfully run a farm, but you must also build a successful life, with family and friends!
- You will be part of the drama, not just a spectator of it! You will interact with the many people around you, including your wife and son.
- The characters will not act in a repetitive fashion...however their actions will constantly change with the environment that you create.
- A variety of fruits and vegetables added to increase the quality of the game.
- More home extension...more tools...
- A new chapter system will be incorporated into the Harvest Moon series for the first time:
- Your life on the farm will be for 30 years, divided into 6 chapters.
- The story starts when you meet your future wife and begin to raise a family. Each chapter will represent different parts of your life.
- It will take roughly 40 hours to complete the game.
- In addition, there will be multiple endings...increasing the replay value.
- A new mode will be added to the game, Free Play Mode will let you play as long as you want on the farm!
- Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life will communicate with the new Harvest Moon title for the Game Boy Advance. By linking these two games together new events and items will become available!
Take up the tough job of a farmer in this most recent addition to the Harvest Moon franchise. Work through a long day of watering and planting crops, tending to animals and getting to know the villagers. Unlike past games in the series this one works on a chapter basis as you progress through the seasons.
Various goals include marrying one of the village women(or men in the upcoming for girls edition) and having children to help you with your work as you get older. The gameplay and the abstract goals are similar to the GameCube game Animal Crossing.
|No. of Disks