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Natsume Release Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town on Wii U Virtual Console



Following its 2003 (Japan) / 2005 (US) release on the Gameboy Advance, Natsume have announced that gamers are now able to once again get a chance to play Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town. The publisher has confirmed the game is now available for purchase as a Wii U Virtual Console title via the Nintendo eShop for $6.99.

As with most Harvest Moon titles, players are invited to grow crops, raise animals, make friends and fall in love in this farming/life simulation game. Serving as a sequel to ‘Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town”, More Friends of Mineral Town sees you take control of a female protagonist, as they go about their lives building a successful farm and getting to know the townsfolk.

Hiro Maekawa | President and CEO of Natsume Inc.

Harvest Moon:  More Friends of Mineral Town is an all-time fan favorite title and we couldn’t be more thrilled to release this latest version for the Wii U. This time around fans will play as the heroine and can create their perfect adventure.

Official Synopsis for Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town

You’ve always lived in the city…working 9 to 5 and enduring the rat race that you call life. That is until one day you came across an advertisement for a fantastic life in the country. Excited, you quit your job, packed your belongings and headed to the country for a new opportunity. However, instead of finding the ‘advertised’ life you wanted…you found a long neglected farm in a town full of strangers! Never one to shy away from a challenge … you roll up your sleeves, dig in and start to create the life and farm of your dreams! It is up to you to successfully rejuvenate the farm and build a life for yourself with family and friends. The best part is…you can do it anyway you want! Plant and harvest crops, raise farm animals, marry the man of your dreams and start a family … create your own pastoral adventure!


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