Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley headed to Europe in Q1 2015

We thought it would crop up.

Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley will arrive for Europe in Q1 2015, publisher Natsume has announced.


The 3DS-exclusive farming simulation features a new story where winter never ends - which isn't too convenient if you want to grow crops.

As well as the usual farming, rearing animals and finding a partner elements, you can also now re-shape the game's terrain to create caves, mountains, or perfectly flat fields.

Around 30 games have been released in the Harvest Moon series so far, including a number of various spin-offs.

See how The Lost Valley looks in the new trailer below:

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