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Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley Nintendo 3DS (Free Click and Collect / £3.95 Delivery) @ Argos
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Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley Nintendo 3DS (Free Click and Collect / £3.95 Delivery) @ Argos

£3.49£9.9965%Argos Deals
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Posted 17th Jun
Seems Argos have added a few more reduced price games now that stores are re-opening...

Restore the seasons and build your farm, your way, in Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley for Nintendo 3DS family systems. After a harsh snowstorm leaves you stranded in the freezing cold, you're rescued by a friendly Harvest Sprite, who explains that an eternal winter has descended on the Lost Valley.

  • Suitable for the 2DS, 3DS and 3DS XL.
Now it's up to you to find the Harvest Goddess and bring the Lost Valley back to its former glory in this farming adventure!

  • For ages 3 years and over.
  • EAN: 45496528065.
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For people that don't know "Harvest Moon" these days has nothing to do with the original Harvest Moon games. Natsume owns the Harvest Moon brand, but Marvellous publishes the *actual* Harvest Moon series, which has been renamed to Story of Seasons. The last Harvest Moon game that was a proper Harvest Moon was "A New Beginning", everything after that is a dumpster fire that only carries the name. All you need to check is whether Wada is credited as the producer. He is the creator of this series.

This video explains the story very well:
Edited by: "yomanation" 17th Jun
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Hopefully Amazon pricematch these reductions too!
It’s cheap, but reviews for this game are terrible. Metacritic 46
The publisher of the Harvest Moon games, which owns the name, had this made after the original developer decided it wanted to start self-publishing its games. If you're tempted because you liked those old ones, this has nothing in common with them other than that name.
For people that don't know "Harvest Moon" these days has nothing to do with the original Harvest Moon games. Natsume owns the Harvest Moon brand, but Marvellous publishes the *actual* Harvest Moon series, which has been renamed to Story of Seasons. The last Harvest Moon game that was a proper Harvest Moon was "A New Beginning", everything after that is a dumpster fire that only carries the name. All you need to check is whether Wada is credited as the producer. He is the creator of this series.

This video explains the story very well:
Edited by: "yomanation" 17th Jun
Not sure why expired, still available in some stores as of 1pm on 26/6.
mrsniffles26/06/2020 13:08

Not sure why expired, still available in some stores as of 1pm on 26/6.


Which stores?
robertybob26/06/2020 16:05

Which stores?



Rugeley Argos near me has it, for collection tomorrow morning, apparently. I'm not sure how you check further stores.
Edited by: "mrsniffles" 26th Jun
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