So apparently you can copy the cards and use them without having to pay for them. Mike Fahey over at Kotaku has tried it and confirms it works. All you need is the internet and a printer. This seems like a major breach in the game if all you need to do is find pictures of them on the internet or borrow them from a friend. You think they would have had something to prevent this.
The trailer is in Japanese, but you don't really need to know what they're saying. It looks pretty good, and like other Tales of games. I really enjoyed the first and looking forward to the sequel. The trailer shows the main characters that have been shown before (the blond boy and girl), also it looks like monsters can fight on you side or something. The best part comes at the end where our favorite red wearing, dual-sword bearing hero shows up. Now all we need is a release date.
If I could name one series that sucks up more of my time and that I would kill for some online play it would be Harvest Moon. Well, the Harvest Goddess has decided it should happen. According to an article by GameInformer series creator Yasuhiro Wada's next project will take the series online. It will not be an MMO, but allow 2-8 to visit your town and help out with the farming. He won't say what system it will come out for, but I'm hoping for a 360 version for the superior online. This game will waste more of my damn time than any other.