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All Articles: Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley
It’s the first full week of November, so you know what that means, don’t you? Activision is rolling out the latest entry in their Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Starring Kevin Spacey as Jonathan Irons, the head of a massive Private Military Contractor, the near-future shooter will be released for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
Naturally, this also means that all of the other publishers are ducking Advanced Warfare and holding their big November games until later in the month. Sometimes Nintendo bucks the trend with a big game, but not this year. Instead, we get the 3DS game Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley (the first in the series to be developed in-house at Natsume) and Telltale’s collected edition of The Wolf Among Us (PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One). And speaking of collections, 2K Games bundled together BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition for the PS3 and Xbox 360 this week.
The full list of this week’s new releases can be found after the break. (more…)
Developer Natsume announced that they’ll be releasing a new title in the Harvest Moon series, entitled Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. It will be launching on the 3DS later this year, and is not to be confused with XSEED’s Story of Seasons, which is the true sequel to previous Harvest Moon games (Natsume owns the US trademark to Harvest Moon, so The Lost Valley is technically the first game in a brand new series).
President and CEO of Natsume, Hiro Maekawa, said “Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley is truly evolving the franchise. Hardcore fans will love it, players who haven’t played a Harvest Moon game in a while will want to try it out, and new players will be introduced to the unique and charming world that is Harvest Moon… But the incredibly exciting thing that really elevates the game is that while it does get back to what everyone loves about the early games, it also innovates in a way that no Harvest Moon game ever has.”
In The Lost Valley, you can customize your field however you want, with plenty of options in a world that is fully customizable. Fans of the series who will be at E3 next week can check the game out at Booth #615. Check out the full press release after the jump.