A PC recreation of the most popular Harvest Moon is on the way

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  • The farming and living sim, Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life, that I gave my soul to as a child, has been remastered as Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life. And now that it has been confirmed to be coming to PCs as well, that is a relief.

When A Wonderful Life Remake was first announced at a Nintendo Direct in September, it was not made clear if the PC shop would also be getting it. I believed it ought to be since other recent Story of Seasons games were released on PC. I emailed the Marvelous publisher right away to inquire, but I did not hear back very away. Today, a brand-new trailer made headlines.

Wonderful Life isn’t his first Harvest moon game, but it’s the first that many people his age have met on the GameCube and PlayStation 2. As is tradition, your protagonist moves to Forget-me-not Valley (funnily Forgotten Valley in the remake), takes over the farm from his late father, and eventually marries and has children. He buys new flora and fauna for his plot. This was the first game in the series where a child grows up and chooses his own career.

“This remake of a beloved classic features many new events, expanded festivals, more cooking recipes, and a treasure trove of never-before-seen botanicals,” said Marvelous of the remake. say. “With the option to play as a male, female, or non-binary protagonist, and all the suitable marriage candidates available for romance regardless of that choice, you can be who you really want to be.”

But don’t worry, the main Happy He tune in the game sounds the same. Music really makes me feel good in the valley. I actually pulled out my childhood gamecube a few years ago and played something from Wonderful Life, but yes, it was clunky in control and otherwise a lot like Stardew Valley. It lacks the same modern conveniences as the game (which itself was inspired by… Harvest Moon, of course) now on PC.

In the remake trailer, a suitable character her creator can choose between two outfits for her, different skin tones, hairstyles and several faces. Marriage candidates and other celebrities were renamed, as was the name of the Valley. That’s probably the rat’s nest effect of rights and licenses in moving from the Harvest Moon name to the Story of Seasons name.

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