Remember that inaccessible road in Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life? The remake could change that
For those of us without a link cable or Game Boy Advance, the GameCube era sometimes feels like you’re locked out of the content that all the richer kids on the playground would brag about. There’s Tingle Tuner in Awaken the windNew content and secrets in games from Harry Potter to Crash Bandicoot and entire new towns in Harvest Moon: Wonderful Life.
Back in the GameCube, A Wonderful Life has a path near the farm that goes up a hill, but it goes nowhere. Attempting to walk up the path will lead to a cutscene where Harvest Sprites will stop you, saying you can find out “what’s going on” by linking up with Friends of Mineral Town on the Game Boy Advance , requires a link cable, a GBA, and a copy of the game.
Incorporate a copy of Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town with A Wonderful Life opens Mineral Town to people living in the Forget-Me-Not Valley. Admittedly players still can’t get there on their own – Harvest Sprites will still stop you, and apparently all you get from the bargain is some extra tracks and some recipes newly brought back from NPCs who to be allowed to leave. Sure it’s a bit overwhelming… but for those who haven’t had a chance to find out for themselves, it feels like being stopped by a security guard outside the club where the cool stuff is. maybe happened and is happening.
According to a fan translation of the official Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life stream, which shows an hour of gameplay in Japanese, that town is finally enterable — or at least, that path actually helps. . Josh’s Gaming Garden has the scoop (starts at 6:46):
In the stream, Daiki Yamashita walks to the road, only to receive dialogue that it will take six hours to get there, implying that it takes almost a whole day to get to this town — but it is possible. Unfortunately, Yamashita doesn’t Not option to go to town, so we still don’t have all the answers.
What do you hope for at the end of that road? Did you manage to link the Friends of Mineral Town to A Wonderful Life or are you left out in the cold like us? Tell us in the comments below.