Wii and DS Harvest Moons out in Nov

Namco Bandai joins the farm sim party.

Harvest Moon: Animal Parade for Wii and Harvest Moon: Sunshine Islands for DS will be released this November.

Namco Bandai has joined forces with Rising Star Games to publish in Europe.

Animal Parade is the third title in the cute farm simulation released for the Wii. It's got a greater emphasis on raising animals, apparently.

"Players are tasked with bringing the harvest king back to the island to revive the earth, all while keeping the farm in top shape," reads the official blurb. "Use the Wii Remote as an axe, shovel, fishing rod, watering can and to milk animals, with the ability to ride every animal providing a fun diversion from the lush fields and paddocks."

Meanwhile, Sunshine Islands is the third in the series for the DS. You'll have to raise islands sunk by an earthquake and restore them to their former glory.

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