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- Decide what sort of life you'd want to live, as you choose which vegetable to grow, which animals to raise, and more -- six amusing and interesting chapters that span across 30 years
- New Event System and wide-open game world for all-new adventures -- no matter where you go, or what you do, something new WILL happen
- Interact with 40 unique characters and build solid friendships and alliances -- your success in the game could depend on them
- Great new marriage system and the ability to raise a child, bringing your character's life full-circle
- Connects with Harvest Moon - Friends Of Mineral Town for Game Boy Advance, for extended gameplay and all-new adventures!
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Build and successfully run a farm, plus build a successful life with family and friends. Takes the best qualities of the Harvest Moon series and adds more animals, more vegetables and more drama.
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The chapters may be long, but you can make it to the end if you're very patient. Celia is my favorite character, so I paired her with my character, or rather the game chose for me when I reached the end of chapter 1.
So far, my character's son is interested in either Farming or Ranching, I think. One way or another, if I play the game right, I can get the ending where my character's son becomes a Farmer or Rancher.
In fact, I named my character Link and his son, Brian. I guess I'm a Legend of Zelda fan, and I liked the game Quest 64 to some extent.
But anyway, it's a good game so far. But the tragic thing is, sorry about the spoilers, the character dies at the end of the game. Sure it's because of old age, but that's not going to be the best ending I see.
Anyway, aside from the above, A Wonderful Life's a fine game. But since there's no freeplay, I'd reccommend Tree of Tranquility if you want a game that has no time limit and no character deaths.
Only one thing I'd liked to have known before I ordered the game is whether or not it's possible for the Ducks, to live without food as well as the horse without either animal type dying in this game.