New Harvest Moon goes 3D for the first time with The Lost Valley

By Stephany Nunneley
3 June 2014 18:44 GMT

Attention farm simulation fans: Natsume has announced Harvest Moon 3D: The Lost Valley for Nintendo 3DS.


According to the press release, it’s the first three-dimensional title in the Harvest Moon series, and will be on display at E3 next week.

“Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley is truly evolving the franchise. Hardcore fans will love it, players who haven’t played a Harvest Moon game in a while will want to try it out, and new players will be introduced to the unique and charming world that is Harvest Moon,” said Hiro Maekawa, president & CEO of Natsume.

“But the incredibly exciting thing that really elevates the game is that while it does get back to what everyone loves about the early games, it also innovates in a way that no Harvest Moon game ever has.”

In Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, players can create a fully customizable world and fields by growing crops such as tulips or by creating a valley filled with water.

It’s out later this year, and more is expected to come out of E3 next week.

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