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  1. Natsume announced today that the upcoming Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley has officially gone gold and is being prepped for a release in early November. Two versions of the game have been announced thus far; a standard edition and a collector's edition. The former will include a 5" dog plushie for anyone who pre-orders the game at GameStop (or EB Games in Canada) or Natsume's website, while the latter will be available exclusively from Natsume's website and will be bundled with a premium 12" rabbit plushie. For more thoughts and information on the game, be sure to check out Marcus' impressions from the E3 2014 demo as well as the trailer that released earlier in the Summer. Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will release via retail and on the 3DS eShop for $29.99 on November 4. Source: Press Release Are you interested in playing this newest installment in the series?
  2. While it may be a tough idea for some fans to get used to—the thought of Minecraft-like gameplay being mixed in with traditional Harvest Moon gameplay—Natsume's first video trailer for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley might make it a little easier to comprehend. The video focuses extensively on showing how the player can build up the land to form raised areas of land (or even mountains, presumably) as well as digging up land to increase the size of rivers and valleys and such. Also shown are series staples such as fishing, planting and watering crops (as well as picking them when they're full-grown), chopping trees for wood, and even socializing with the game's many characters. There's still no specific release date yet, but Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley is set for release on 3DS this Fall. If you're interested on further impressions of the game, check out Marcus's hands-on experience with the game while at E3. Source: Does the game's trailer make you more interested in the game?
  3. Harvest Moon has been through some really interesting events lately. First, there was the news that XSEED Games had gained publishing rights to a new Harvest Moon game. However, without the rights to the actual name “Harvest Moon,” they had to name it Story of Seasons instead. A week later, Natsume shocked fans with news that they also had a Harvest Moon project in the works - Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. Natsume had a build of The Lost Valley available for play on the E3 show floor and it showed just a snippet of a very new brand of Harvest Moon. First off, the company stated how this was the “first 3D Harvest Moon” but what did that mean? It actually relates to a very interesting new feature of the series, wherein players can plant their crops at various heights by digging down or building up land. Controlling the height of land plots may change how plants grow. For example, pumpkin seeds may become normal pumpkins but become jack-o-lanterns when built above ground level. Interestingly, this intense attention to planting detail has created another big change for the series. Now, any land you can plant on—as well as many other locations—are comprised of cubes. It honestly looks a lot like Minecraft. Everything needs to be blocky to utilize land raising/lowering features effectively as each block can hold one planted crop. With that said, it is still kind of difficult to look at The Lost Valley and not feel like the game is a cousin of Harvest Moon rather than a new Harvest Moon. There are a host of quality of life improvements to the latest game as well. Players won“t need to collect their various goodies off the ground after farming activities. For example, if there are ten pieces of wood that can be collected, they will be immediately deposited to your items. Similarly, the player can carry up to 99 of every item in their backpack at a time. Finally, tools are all context sensitive. This means that you won“t have to equip a shovel, hoe, or axe to perform their respective activities. They“ll simply activate as you would expect when walking up to a task. Despite changes, there“s still a Harvest Moon game at the core of the experience. It still begins with your girl or boy character discovering a fairy and being assigned a task. However, you don“t simply reside in a farm next to a town (as most games begin). Now you“re in a more open environment which invites exploration. That“s about all we know about the game thus far but more information should be available in the following months. Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley is coming to 3DS this Fall.
  4. Earlier today, Natsume revealed that a new Harvest Moon game was on track for release later this year, and now they've revealed their lineup for the rest of E3 next week. Well... almost everything! Natsume announced on their Facebook page that they would be bringing at least two games for Sony platforms, three for iOS devices, and three new announcements for Nintendo platforms. Naturally, Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley counts as one of the latter, but what's especially interesting is that the two remaining games are not classic eShop titles, and Natsume is teasing that at least one of the two may be a Wii U title. What could they be? With Natsume increasing its original IP to include the likes of the Gabrielle and Yumi's Odd Odyssey series, it's possible it might be one of those, or a classic IP revival (Lufia, perhaps?), or even something entirely new. For now, here are the games you can expect to hear about at E3- Sony games End of Serenity - a PSP JRPG similar to Mystic Chronicles New Reel Fishing title for PS Vita (obviously not the game's actual title) iOS games Gabrielle's Monstrous Duel Hometown Story: Pocket Ninja Strike Nintendo games Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley ?????? (Unrevealed Mystery Title 1) ?????? (Unrevealed Mystery Title 2) eShop classic titles Source: Facebook Are you looking forward to seeing the games Natsume has in store for E3?
  5. Last week, news broke that Bokujo Monogatari: Tsunagaru Shintenchi, the Japanese title for what would have been the next Marvelous-developed Harvest Moon game, would be localized in the West as Story of Seasons through XSEED (as well as future Marvelous titles in that series), leaving many to wonder what would happen to the Harvest Moon brand from Natsume. Today, we finally have your answer. The Harvest Moon series is far from dead as Natsume has announced Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley for release on 3DS later this year. This entry will be the first Harvest Moon game to be set in a three-dimensional setting and features a fully customizable world, where players can customize their field any way they see fit. While no screenshots have been shown just yet, Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will be making its public debut at E3 next week. Natsume Inc. is also revealed to be the developer of the game in addition to its role as publisher, so it will be interesting to see how the game takes shape compared to its previous Marvelous counterparts. Source: Press Release Are you glad to hear that the Harvest Moon series is continuing on?