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- Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to do everything from plowing, shaking hands with townsfolk to strengthen relationships. (also compatible with the Classic Controller)
- Open-ended play structure allows for Life Sim gaming, RPG action or a mix of both, however or whenever you want it.
- NPCs come and go and join the game based on player actions. So, be careful to treat them well or they may get upset and leave the town.
- You are responsible the fertility of the land, so, breathe life into the barren wilderness through cultivation and begin a food chain that attracts larger and rarer creatures.
- Explore a floating island in the sky full of wonder and dangers.
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Our hero enters the frontier, where no one dares enter, to cultivate the unforgiving soil. As time passes, his lonely town of one becomes a town of two, three...until it grows into a town to behold! The town is not the only thing to behold. Among the newcomers are beautiful ladies, who have moved to the town to start a new life. Which one will be our hero’s lucky lady? However, our hero is soon faced with a problem. Creatures of the frontier, many of them hostile towards humans, pose a great threat to the safety of his townsfolk. To find a way to live in peaceful coexistence or perhaps rid of them along with the danger they bring – the decision is up to our hero. From the creators of Harvest Moon and Rune Factory for the DS comes the first installment of Rune Factory for a home console. Developed exclusively for Wii, Rune Factory: Frontier features stunning graphics and takes full advantage of the Wii’s unique controls to fully immerse players in the Rune Factory universe. Rune Factory: Frontier incorporates an open-ended structure that allows players to choose the type of game they wish to experience. Whether it’s growing crops, expanding the town, fighting (or befriending) monsters or even falling in love, the experience is unique to each player.
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1. Gameplay is highly versatile; you can choose almost any path for your life.
2. Each character is unique and contributes something to the life of the town; they also become more open towards you as you get to know them, sometimes even giving you hints if you are stuck.
3. Certain events (often humorous ones) can be triggered by performing certain actions in certain places at certain times, so you never know what to expect!
4. Wide variety of weapons and tools to choose from, many of which look awesome.
5. You can give the bachelorettes items of clothing/accessories, which they will wear.
6. Plenty of good humor to be found throughout.
7. The soundtrack is awesome.
1. You cannot sleep for a specified time (i.e., you cannot choose to sleep until midafternoon or evening), which means you must sometimes do a lot of waiting. However, with dungeons and a floating island to explore, as well as a farm to manage, you can kill time quickly.
2. It can sometimes be difficult to advance further in the main plot, because you must grow in your relationships with townsfolk before they will give you hints/quests.
3. If you give a bachelorette a wearable item, you cannot get it back, even if you give another of the same type of item (i.e., you cannot trade hats with her. She will take the new hat you give her, and her old hat will cease to exist). Also, certain items (such as the surgeon mask) cannot be removed once a bachelorette puts it on, so give away your clothing items cautiously.
These cons, however, can be overlooked and even avoided. Some people complain about the Runey system, but I have had no issues with it thus far. All in all, a great game that provides hours of entertainment, even if you are just watching someone else play.
Absolutely adore it. It keeps almost everything I love about Harvest Moon and adds wonderful new crafting and RPG dungeon crawl mechanics. The only thing it's missing is the ability to wander around the forest or beach foraging spawned items, but that's an awfully small thing.
I have never been able to articulate what I love about games like this. "I'm going to bribe some girls with cake so they'll love me, and then I'm going to water my eggplant. What fun!" Nevertheless, it's well worth a try if you want an engaging but relaxing game to play.
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It might have been considered a good game 30 years ago.