Natsume Announces Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

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Natsume has revealed the next title in their new-but-uses-an-old-IP-name series, Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories. This is the second title to come from the new series, with the first being Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley. However, unlike the previous game, this one will release on Wii U, PC, iOS, and Android.

This will mark the first time in the series — which now consists of two games — that an iteration will appear on Wii U or PC — which actually does one better than Marvelous’ long running Bokujō Monogatari series since they haven’t done either yet. In addition, the game will introduce a new pet, a bobcat that starts wild but can be befriended and tamed.

No release window as of yet, but Natsume plans on showing off the game at E3 this year. You can read more about it in the press release.

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  • HT465

    This title is likely the second Harvest Moon title to be developed by Natsume themselves. I assume a few of the newcomers to Natsume’s Tokyo branch may have formerly worked on past Harvest Moon or Rune Factory games and in turn led to the unusual platform choices and some other features.

    “[…]classic Harvest Moon game with modern twists” = use of 3D models not to be ruled out?

    • Jeff Neuenschwander

      This is the second farming title developed by Natsume for their new series that just so happens to have the name Harvest Moon. Remember, up until A New Beginning, that was the BokuMono series that is developed by Marvelous that continued with Story of Seasons.
      This is why I said it was the second game in a new-but-uses-an-old-IP-name series.