If you had grown up with Harvest Moon in the past, especially the Back to Nature series, then you certainly will be familiar with the news related to the remake process that is being carried out by Marvelous by bringing Story of Seasons. First announced on the Famitsu website that continued in more detail in his weekly magazine will be the presence of the Harvest Moon: Friends / More Friends remake of Mineral Town in Story of Seasons: Reunion in Mineral Town. Marvelous finally shows the inaugural gameplay of the game.
You can see a lot of changes made by Marvelous, one of which is the UI (User Interface) that will make it easier for you to see the stamina, money, and equipment you need to care for your cattle and rice fields. He also offers new animals that you can care for.
Although it was not yet officially available to get the English language version, XSeed Games just announced that they will handle the English language version of the game. Not only that, they also announced their official title as Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town, adapted from the original Harvest Moon title that they reproduced, rather than having to use the Japanese title, Reunion in Mineral Town.
But it’s not really the Back To Nature series that he will remake, but a version of “Friends of Mineral Town” with almost similar content that was once available for Gameboy Advance. In addition to the freedom to use male or female characters who also determine which life partner you can choose, the remake-in process will also maintain one feature not available for Back to Nature.
That’s right, we’re talking about a secret marriage. Following content that was available for HM :: Friends of Mineral Town, Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town will also allow the male karkater that you are concocting to marry the Harvest Goddess aka Harvest Goddess. If you manage to make him fall in love and get married, you might not be able to bring him home, but can give birth to a child for you. Marvelous itself has not yet shared the terms and conditions needed considering that in the GBA version, this “secret marriage” requires hard work to be obtained.
Following the GBA version which is the foundation, Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town still allows you to secretly marry the Harvest Goddess if you succeed in fulfilling the terms and conditions.
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town itself is planned to be released on October 17, 2019 for the Japanese market, via the Nintendo Switch. Western version has also been announced, but still without a definite release date. How about you? Interested in “chasing” a secret marriage with the goddess of harvest on this one?