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Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns Discounted on North American eShop

Posted by Tim Latshaw

Only 20 potatoes through December

Prospective farmers in North America may want to ready their hoes, as Natsume has announced its digital crop of Harvest Moon 3D: The Tale of Two Towns will be on sale all through December on the 3DS eShop:

That's a saving of $10 off the original price to put the towns of Bluebell and Konohana in your pocket. Feel free to check out our review of the game to help determine if this deal cultivates any interest with you, then let us know what you think below!

[via nintendoeverything.com, twitter.com]

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Burning_Spear

#1

Burning_Spear said:

My favorite handheld HM of all time and second-favorite of all to Magical Melody. Well worth the loot. Plus, it doesn't have the glitches of the physical version.

Burning_Spear

#4

Burning_Spear said:

@Eldoon The U.S. physical version lags when your farm is heavily planted and it often freezes if you take the horse cart into the mountains. It didn't matter to me, but the download version has been fixed.

VoiceOfReason

#5

VoiceOfReason said:

@Burning_Spear
What about those GBA ones? Oh man! You should play those if you haven't! Those were some of the best games I have ever played. And Harvest Moon DS (which was basically another GBA one), the best of them all!

Corleonis88

#7

Corleonis88 said:

Oh, man! I was saving for 3d world. What should I do? this is a good game. But I hate how slow it is to get one upgrade a month. Also this one won´t freeze like the physical version. I´m torn right now

Corleonis88

#9

Corleonis88 said:

@unrandomsam
the new one is harvest moon: a new beggining, it was created for 3ds and it´s not a ds game like this one. I wish we got sunshine islands ported to 3ds and on the eshop

ledreppe

#10

ledreppe said:

@unrandomsam

Yeah it's called A New Beginning. I found Two Towns easier to play, but New Beginning has some better features, like deciding the layout of your farm and town.

Blast

#13

Blast said:

This is such a great game. I have poured over 100 hours into this on my 3DS. Its sooo good.

Tasuki

#14

Tasuki said:

@Burning_Spear: Thanks for clearing it up that the bugs have been fixed on the digital version, I might pick it up then.

Anyone know how much space it takes on an SD card?

Donjwolf

#15

Donjwolf said:

This is my 2nd fave handheld HM game, so definitely buy it. It's great and I love the trenches and the alpacas (so cute!!). I like the villagers and how one city is Asian style, something never seen in an HM game before.

Moorpheel

#18

Moorpheel said:

It has been discounted since black friday :)

I really love this game and this is a fair price for it, it's one of those games that you want with you at all times and it's really light in size!

Less than 2000 blocks!

Lobster

#21

Lobster said:

I do recommend this game. It's not my favorite HM but it's quite good. A New Beginning is my current fave but that's full 3DS. This is the DS version with some very light 3D applied, Overall neither is a bad entry to the series, though this one can move a bit slowly!

SphericalCrusher

#22

SphericalCrusher said:

Cool. I got this around launch, but I would not recommend this to anyone due to A New Beginning being out. IMO

Corleonis88

#24

Corleonis88 said:

on the eshop says that the offer will run untill 1/31 which I think it´s january 31st. I might wait to mid january to decide, I´m still playing rune factory 4 and crying because 5 migh not come at all

Windy

#25

Windy said:

I got my copy at amazon for 14.99 I ordered a 2nd 3ds game to get my bill up to 25.00 dollars and got free shipping for both games. However amazon has raised the free shipping promotion to 35.00 since that time. Still cool. Just get 3 games for around 35.00 dollars with free shipping. I buy most of my 3ds games this way. Just be patient the games go down in price at some point :) but if you like to download by all means get this its a great game. I liked it better than New Beginning

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