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Natsume announces Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley for 3DS


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Well, that didn't take long. Shortly after teasing a trio of projects for Nintendo platforms, Natsume has announced it's bringing Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley to Nintendo 3DS in North America.

Here's the synopsis:

In Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, players will experience the role-playing farm simulation in a three-dimensional setting for the first time. The game has a fully customizable world, and players can customize their field in any way they see fit: from a field full of tulips like you might see in Holland, to a valley filled with water like Venice, the choice is up to you.

The publisher also added it's not at liberty to discuss details regarding a European release quite yet, but is "confident" the upcoming farming role-playing game will take root in PAL territories. We'll know more once E3 rolls around!

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