Harvest December May Be Localized

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

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Harvest Decemeber

The Harvest December visual novel series may be coming to the English-speaking market. Publisher Circle Entertainment has been working to translate the series into English and has tweeted that we could expect it to be released soon.

First released in 2009 in Japan, Harvest December puts you in the shoes of city-boy Masaki Konno who just recently moved to a little snowy town. Here Konno meets the daughter of a town official and they instantly fall in love with each other. All would be well in Konno’s world if it wasn’t for the local wolf-riding goddess who has also taken an interest in Konno. What will Konno do? Who will he choose?

Harvest December was created by TalesTune, who has worked on a number of other visual novels such as Ludesia and Route 0. Originally released for the PC, it was only recently ported over to the 3DS.

In Japan, the game was split into thirteen parts on the 3DS eShop. Each was priced at 100 Yen (about $1). Circle Entertainment has not elaborated which systems Harvest December would be released for if a localization were to happen, and has not indicated pricing or how it will be sold, whether in chunks or as a whole.


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