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Butterscotch, May 8th, 2015, 7:25 pm

Howdy! - Veronica is committed to her job.

BTW, the game from this and the previous comic is Story of Seasons which is the new name of the Harvest Moon franchise since a different company does the localization now. I know HM isn't well known but it's my favorite game series :P

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Oh, I didn't realize the new Harvest Moon games are being localized differently~ =o
It's not Natsume anymore? =o

Also it's a tough job
But someone needs to do it

posted by Whip the Rabbit on May 9th, 2015, 5:34 am


Neither rain, nor snow, nor wind shall prevent the message from getting through.

(it was my birthday when I posted this comment)

posted by Hero of Comedy on May 9th, 2015, 7:12 am


@Whip the Rabbit: There are still Harvest Moon games, but they're very different from what I've seen.

posted by Luigi_96 on May 10th, 2015, 9:42 am


I wonder if you'll include non-Nintendo game characters as well. Such as, I don't know, Jazz Jackrabbit?

posted by Darkhog (Guest) on May 14th, 2015, 9:50 am


@Whip the Rabbit: No. It's a long story, but in a nutshell, Marvelous has had several mergers over the years, including the American company XSeed. So, it's cheaper for them to have XSeed do the localized versions.
Natsume owns the Harvest Moon trademark, though, and has started making their own farming sims. So all Harvest Moon games from The Lost Valley onwards are unrelated to previous Harvest Moon games and Story of Seasons is Harvest Moon and I think I didn't explain that right

@Hero of Comedy: Happy Belated bithday! :D

@Luigi_96: Yeah, Natsume owns the Harvest Moon trademark, so they are making their own Harvest Moon games. The Lost Valley was pretty cute, actually and had a better plot than Story of Seasons

@Darkhog: Aside from cameos, not anytime soon. Video games and video game consoles are expensive and I simply can't afford many. For the past few years, I've mainly stuck with franchises I like because I can't afford to buy a game and not like it.

Also, a lot of current games seem very uncanny valley-ish to me. Nintendo games tend to avoid that

posted by Butterscotch on May 22nd, 2015, 7:38 pm

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