The Ushi No Tane websites specialize in information, FAQs, and guides about the Nintendo console versions of the Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons, and Legend of the River King video games. These game genres are created and published in Japan by Marvelous. In other regions, you'll find Natsume, XSeed Games, Marvelous AQL of Europe, and Rising Star involved in the series' release.
The latest version of the farming series in various regions of the world are Bokujou Monogatari: Mitsu no Sato no Taisetsuna Tomodachi (June 2016) in Japan, Harvest Moon: Skytree Village in North America, Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories in the App Store in various regions (except Japan), and Story of Seasons (December 2015, Europe).
The latest version of River King, in all regions of the world, is River King: Mystic Valley (2009).
Since 2000, Ushi no Tane has been run by a grouchy old lady who happens to be fond of video game agriculture. The website is not officially affiliated, sponsored, endorsed, or employed by the developers of Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons, or River King. This is simply a fan site.
Latest Harvest Moon News
Skytree Bachelorette and 3oT Release Date | Posted at 02:09 PM on 20 January 2017This week Natsume revealed the silhouette of the next downloadable marriage candidate in Harvest Moon: Skytree Village. Naomi the reporter is also setting up an interview with this mysterious lady, so head over to the Facebook page to submit questions for Naomi to ask. Don't forget that buying the DLC package that includes this new bachelorette will also get you the magnificent smexy Doc statue.
Just a few hours ago, XSeed Games announced that the official release date in North America for Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns will be February 28, 2017. The localization branch of Marvelous also released a new English trailer that highlights what you'll be doing in the game. It also clarified some JP->EN changes; previously, Zahau's spouse has been literally translated as Kalira ( カリラ ) and now her EN name is confirmed to be Caolila in the English trailer, which is a bit prettier I think. So far Tototara, Ginjiro, Frank, Carrie, Hinata, Kasumi, Yuzuki, and Lisette all keep their original names.
The trailer also included the logo for the Nintendo eShop at the ending. The Japanese version was launched on the JP eShop on the same day as the retail release on June 23, 2016, so it may be looking good for the same to happen in North America next month. There isn't a wishlist entry for it on the eShop yet though.
Here is the latest EN trailer of the game!
And here's the January Nintendo DREAM 4-col comic!
Until next time!
(Ugh, there's not much time until Feb 28... so much left to do...)Comments: Add | View (5)