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Harvest Moon: Animal Parade - Nintendo Wii

4.6 out of 5 stars 235 customer reviews
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In Harvest Moon: Animal Parade, the divine tree which once stood in the middle of the Harvest Goddess' pond is weakening, the creatures are beginning to leave the land, and the five bells have lost their power. The Harvest Goddess believes that only the strength of the Harvest King can help revive the earth and bring the tree back to life. It's up to the player to help the Harvest Sprites ring the five mystical bells, summon the Harvest King, and revive the Harvest Goddess' tree and the land.

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Release date November 10, 2009
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4.6 out of 5 stars 235 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #4,865 in videogames
#176 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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What a great addition to the Harvest Moon series! I think it is definitely HM at it's best, no doubt.

For those new to the series, the concept is that you are a farmer-rancher who just moved to town. You are given a house, introduced to the townspeople and started a new life. Once you get to your new abode and settle into the town, your mission is to find the Harvest Goddess. Once you talk to her, the problem becomes clear: there are five bells missing and you must find them all to restore the power of nature, reviving the Goddess Tree. Along the way, Finn, a harvest sprite, will guide you. You also have the option to seek the love of bachelors and bachelorettes, provided you know just what they like. A major feature in Animal Parade which differs greatly from other HM titles are the animals. Throughout the "world" you will find and be able to befriend wild animals, if you so choose.

So thats the basis of the game. I will now break up my review into parts:

STORY: I love the adventure in this game! Your quest to find the bells pretty much starts once you locate the Harvest Goddess, and at this point the adventure takes off. You have to complete one side-quest or two before you can actually speak with the Harvest Goddess and begin your quest, but these are simple and take three game days at most. She makes it clear on what your goal is and you can always go back if you have questions. But Finn is very helpful by always giving you hints and guiding you in your mission. Personally, I was able to deduce what I had to do before Finn told me, but if you get stuck then Finn will definitely help (sometimes I did need him to point me in the right direction). The first bell you get provides just the right amount of challenge.
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I am basically a fanatic of the Harvest Moon series. I like all of the ones I have, except Another Wonderful Life. I would actually title it "Another Not So Wonderful Life". Anyways, this review is not to demean that game, so on with Animal Parade. THE BEST HARVEST MOON GAME YET!!! In Tree of Tranquility, the closest you get to adventure is when the mayor finds out that you've stolen his seedling of hope. In Animal Parade, you venture through the dangerous Fugue Forest to find the Witch that supposedly lives in the swamp somewhere deep in the forest! It's also adventurous when you talk to Perry, the minister-in-training, and he tells you that there are strange noises in the church around 2 in the morning. You check it out at that time, and you hear sniffles... And you see Perry running out of the church, screaming, "IT'S THE GHOST!" And there's so much more adventure than just that!! But I can't spoil this great game.

Anyway on with this review...
+Raise crops and livestock
+Get married and raise a family
+But the best yet... THE STORYLINE! Find and ring the five bells to save the island.
+Gorgeous graphics
+Beautiful music, unlike ToT, which sounds cheesy, like it was recorded on a bad camera.
+Days are longer. In ToT, it took me about until 7:30 in the morning to take care of five animals. In this game, however, it takes about until 6:10 in the morning. SO much nicer and SO much more time before stores close and your day is over.
+Ride almost anything! Instead of having to buy an Ostrich to get everywhere faster, once you get hearts on your cow and your sheep, you can ride them!!!
+The world is SO much better and so much more... Mystical. Niiice.
+The gameplay is relaxing.
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After several days playing the new harvest moon wii title, I'm not disappointed. The graphics & overall visual experience is very similar to ToT. The story is also similar in set up, with bell quests instead of rainbow recipes. There is a harvest sprite that follows you around as a little ball of light that trails after you everywhere you go. I personally found this annoying, but got used to it eventually. The sprite can be asked questions and it's easier to keep track of quests and requests from characters in this new version that in ToT. The farming is also a bit different, buying seeds in increments of one instead of nine. Energy levels are good, lasting long enough to do some planting, etc. before wearing out. There is also a hot spring right on your land, although it's the red bell quest that must be completed before it's operational. This should prove to be another wonderful game that will offer endless play time. My preschooler loves to watch & play a little, too ... it's nice to have such a family friendly game. Just in time for the long, dark, cold and rainy winter months ahead here in Seattle. :-)
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This is my first HM game, and I am totally loving it. I have been playing every second I can for the past week. It's not unusual to sit there and find four hours have passed by. My game preferences are usually the easier games. I love this one because it's easy but at the same time challenging because of the tasks involved. There is always something to do and someone to go talk to. There are no hard battles or killings, so the game is just extremely relaxing but intensely addictive. There are so many animals roaming around, crops to harvest, people to romance etc. It's just great. I seriously don't recommend starting it if you have a project due or major chores to get done. Once you start it is very hard to stop. I'm a 40+ female and think anyone will enjoy this. I'd love to know from others how this compares to the other Harvest Moons and Rune Factory. I now want to go and try those after I've exhausted this one.
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