Harvest Moon or Rune Factory

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Galacta, Nov 1, 2008.

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Pick!

  1. Harvest Moon Series

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  2. Rune Factory Series.

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Nov 1, 2008

Harvest Moon or Rune Factory by Galacta at 7:01 AM (2,464 Views / 0 Likes) 23 replies

  1. Galacta
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    Harvest Moon and Rune Factory



    Harvest Moon is a Farm Simulator For Nintendo Consoles. It went good to getting worse. MY opinion\

    Vid.


    Rune Factory is like Harvest Moon except that it has action (like sword killing monsters)
    Vid.



    Anotha Vid..(gangster)



    So pick! Rune Factory or Harvest Moon?
     


  2. Raika

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    erm do you want it for the ds? If yes its not that accurate to use Wii videos to compare with a DS video [​IMG]
     
  3. ojsinnerz.

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    The first "Harvest Moon" game I've played was RF. It was very fun, though the first 5 hours or so was very boring.

    Right after I beat the 1st Rune Factory, I went and played Harvest Moon DS. I haven;t gone too far into it, but I didn't like it as much.

    Then I tried Island of Happiness, and was even more disappointed with the crazy stamina system.


    Until I play Friends of Mineral town, or other older HM games, Rune Factory is the better game for me.
     
  4. Galacta
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    Bah its just which series is better.
     
  5. Little

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    For me... i've never like, "gotten into" a harvest moon... something about it, i dunno... i just can't pick it up. no matter how much play... i just feel like i "dont get it". not the concept... but just the gameplay.

    rune factory on the other hand, i felt like i knew what i was doing.

    does that make sense?


    my favourite game though was Innocent life: futuristic harvest moon.
     
  6. Daihatsuboy

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    I would have to choose Harvest Moon, though I seriously think they should make a Harvest Moon with some Animal Crossing features like personal errands, which would make it much less repetitive.
     
  7. RhiGhost

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    I like Harvest Moon but I get bored very quickly playing that, so I voted Rune Factory, its a little more RPG-ish so I enjoy it more.
     
  8. Vulpes Abnocto

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    Here's my opinion.

    Rune Factory - Boring in the early levels, great game after leveling up.

    Harvest Moon - Just plain boring. It never caught my attention.
     
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    Rune factory FTW
     
  10. da_head

    Member da_head A dying dream..

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    i thought they were the same thing o.o"
     
  11. Raestloz

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    Harvet Moon Back to Nature, nothing is better than that one IMO

    But you see, A wonderful life and Save The homeland are shats, but Rune Factory is a tad slow, I dunno, Harvest Moon maybe?
     
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    Definitley Rune Factory. Harvest Moon you get bored in a minute man
     
  13. Vincent T

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    Same.
     
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    Rune Factory for obvious reasons.. [​IMG]
     
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    I'd go with Harvest moon, the grass grows back on it [​IMG].
     
  16. Hehe Moo

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    Hmmm I think I might get Rune Factory now.
     
  17. Curley5959

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    If your going to get one, Get No#2.. Its better then the first, although the first had a certain touch about it.. [​IMG]
     
  18. Dark

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    I like rune factory more cause of the action but these games get boring fast [​IMG]
     
  19. Curley5959

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    Yeah they do until you find something else to do
     
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    Rune Factory for me, because I love killing monsters in dungeons.
     

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