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Eel

Well there's very few Harvest Moon/Story of Seasons with real time limits/endings. Anyhow, congrats! I'm sure you'll notice a few things opening up now that you completed the bundles! The last update added tons of good new content there.

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Tasuki

@Eel I remember one HM game I played on PS2 only gave you three years and then the game would end and you had to start over. It seemed like you were just getting started and BAM that was it.

I wasn't aware of the updates they did to Stardew. Going to google now.

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Eel

Yeah back in the early days they did enjoy their endings, exclusively on home consoles too. I can't think of any handheld game in the series with a true definitive "kthxbye start over" ending (besides getting married in Harvest Moon 3 when you play as a woman, because [insert sexist joke here]).

That one you mention, was in fact remade/reimagined some time later for the PSP, and they did allow you to continue playing and get married in that one.

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Tasuki

@Eel Yeah I only played the first Harvest Moon on SNES, one of them on PS2 (don't remember the name of that one) and one on GameCube. The Gamecube one you can link with Friends of Mineral Town I think it was on the GBA. I never played FoMT though even though I have heard good things about that one.

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Eel

@Tasuki Hah then you actually managed to play only the ones that have a hard ending. I think it might actually be those three!

Another Wonderful Life on the GC (girl version), and A Wonderful Life Special Edition on the PS2 actually got an extra "heaven" chapter to let you continue playing after the credits, and from there they stopped with the endings (as far as I know!).

FoMT is also on the Switch if you're ever interested in playing that one, its a rather faithful remake of the game, though maybe a bit on the easier side.

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Tasuki

@Eel That is funny I never realized that. Yeah I saw the remake of FoMT but I am so deep into Stardew now that I don't want to start such a similar game if that makes sense.

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Tasuki

How long does it take for wine to age using the casks in your basement. Seems like it's taking forever.

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Eel

@Tasuki about two months. I'd recommend to place them at different intervals to make the wait feel shorter.

If you want some quicker profits, save a section of your cellar to dedicate it to cheese (and goat cheese). Cheese ages faster, and although not as explosive in profits as the best wines, it's still one of the best uses for the casks.

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