Harvest Moon: One World (Nintendo Switch)

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Description

Explore a world of new and familiar faces, unique villages and adventurous challenges, while managing your growing farm.

Can you imagine a world without tomatoes, strawberries, or cabbage? Buoyed by a mysterious discovery, set out on an adventure that goes beyond your hometown, spanning the whole world! What kind of people and places await? From the gorgeous beaches of Halo-Halo to the snowy mountains of Salmiakki, there’s an entire world to explore.

Harvest Moon: One World features an all-new engine and graphics, creating a brand-new way of exploring Harvest Moon for seasoned players and new generations alike.

Product Details

Barcode
0045496426484
Department
Video Games
Released
5 Mar 2021
Type
Games
Platform
Switch
Edition
Standard Edition
Genre
Role-Playing Game
Publisher
Rising Star
Developer
Natsume Inc.
FPB
PG CI
Review
SA Gamer
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Videos
Trailer (01:19)
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

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SAGAMER sums it up perfectly:

"Once you start farming and exploring the world, you’ll notice just how empty it is. The map is quite expansive, so it takes you a good long while to run from one place to another, even once you have a horse to ride. However, there’s nothing to do on the way to your destination, except collecting seeds, chopping down trees and petting the odd wild critter. There are no secrets to discover, no chests to find, no NPCs hiding in remote spots. The areas aren’t even decorated with clutter – they are quite literally empty apart from the odd tree or rock, and maybe a tuft of grass here or there. Buildings are dotted around the towns, but without any texturing or clutter objects under or near the buildings, they don’t even really look like they’re part of the world. All of this gives the whole game the feeling that it’s unfinished"