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TGS: Amazing Farm takes next-gen gardening to new heights


7:00 PM on 09.23.2012



I never thought I'd see a gardening game better than Odin Sphere, Waking Mars, or Harvest Moon, but Amazing Farm may just be it. Holy crap. Sitting on benches with gardening gnomes, talking to plants, and having a plant dance party with your friends -- what more could you possibly ask for?

It's a tragedy that the game doesn't currently have a Western release, but you can play Amazing Farm on PlayStation Home soon enough in Japan. Write to your congressman and set your local green house on fire in protest until this gem is announced for the west. I am not being facetious at all.






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