1. DarkKnight

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    OK, I figured it was just automatic during day transitions, but I guess sometimes the game decides that your animals can't get around eachother and will starve?

    What's the best place to put them, anyways? Do you just take over a field for a coup, let them roam openly, or what? Since I figured it didn't really matter, I just put them in a little area to the side of my house, and when the numbers got high it was super cramped. Although it was pretty funny when I was rushing in to grab eggs, kicking ducks out of the way, picking up and tossing chickens around, just to get around.

    I only have one land expansion so far, but I'm not sure how I'm going to be able have lots of animals and still keep things organized.
     
  2. FlameTakuya

    FlameTakuya GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    I put all my poultry and boars in a large fenced up area so they can breed among themselves. I put anything that eats the same food in separate fences, so I have 3 large fences around housing all my animals.

    Make use of the beast guard thing too. Buy a couple if you can afford it and you can make large enclosures which you can pass through without problems


    BLAH I wish there were a AR cheat to prevent the time from moving forward so quickly. :/ I can barely harvest/plant my crops before the season is over, and my animals keep starving. :/
     
  3. jessew

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    i played the first game on ps2. it's not really like harvest moon at all. you can do as much as you want and each day is like a turn then between days upkeep and yeilds happen which you can then harvest or leave and something new might happen. i really enjoyed it, and played it most of the way through. The first game only had one screen and i still loved it. i'll check this out for sure and report back
     
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    Is it just me, or does this game look like an SNES game but with maximally clumsy controls?
     
  5. Leamonde.Halcyon

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    I like the graphics on the PSP sheperd's crossing better but this one is the sequel and you can do more. :/ i'm torn between which one I want to play.
     
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    They take some getting used to, but once you get the hang of it actions are quite a breeze, more flexible than Harvest Moon, even!
     
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    Has this actually been dumped? Every one I find, I can't seem to get past the suxxor intro, and they are numbered wrong.
     
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    Blaze163 The White Phoenix's purifying flame.
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    Yes, it's been dumped on several sites. But I wouldn't worry about it anyway. It's quite alarmingly empty and boring. I spent most of the first two years of game time fast forwarding weeks at a time because I couldn't visit any homes and had nothing to do but watch my potatoes (and indeed the grass) grow.
     
  9. Leamonde.Halcyon

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    It's out there. Google "4958-Sheperd's Crossing 2-NDS". Numbered wrong yeah but I haven't had any problems. What card/firmware are you using? Cuz it works fine for me on AKAIO 1.6RC2 with Acekard 2.1

    Other than that can't really help you :/
     
  10. FlameTakuya

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    ??? That's strange. I managed to visit all the villagers before summer in year 1 was over. And they pretty much teach you everything that you can do step by step. (If they don't teach you, it's the strange duck with the wine bottle on it's back that does)
     
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