Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility

Published by Natsume, Developed by Marvelous

Genres: Action (1 players)

US release date: Sep 29th, 2008 | EU release date: Oct 9th, 2009

Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility

You have moved to an island town that was once brimming with life and energy.... Now, however, the island is in trouble!

The mystical Mother Tree that once watched over the island has disappeared, and the Harvest Goddess is nowhere to be found! The island has lost its connection with nature and the inhabitants don't know what to do.

It is up to you to save the island!

Till the earth, befriend and raise animals, nurture friendships, and build a family. When the giant Mother Tree is reborn, the Harvest Goddess will be able to return and bring prosperity to the island once again.

Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility is filled with exciting features that are sure to delight both new players and long-time Harvest Moon fans! There are lot of crops to grow, a variety of animals to care for, tons of festivals to participate in, and an exciting story!

  • Feel like you're really farming with the Nintendo Wii Remote!
  • Play as a boy or as a girl!
  • Work part-time jobs!
  • An amazing variety of crops, animals, events, and mini-games!
  • The deepest and biggest Harvest Moon to date!
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sonic lover said:

harvist moon yah im playing a wonderful life right now

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Link said:

Can't wait to see what our friends at Natsume come up with for the Wii Controller in their new game.

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BlankZero said:

I've always loved the games in this series, and I have high hopes for the sort of interactivity that the Wiimote can offer to this brand. Imagine actually going through the process of tilling and hoeing your plot of land, and when the fruits of your labor have ripened, harvesting them with a swing of the scythe. I believe the potential of the Wii's unique design can be fully realized in the open-ended farming sim environment that has been perfected by the Harvest Moon series.

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quartzlcc said:

Harvest Moon is perfect for the controller, as BlankZero stated. I'll definitely get this game.

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ss4luigi12 said:

Overall I think this game will be good. They do get addictive for a while and it does have a lot you can do with the wiimote like shovelling, hoeing and even fishing. I might pick up this game.

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Luke said:

I am a Harvest Moon fan and I am going to be buying the Wii, so I will definitely try out the Harvest Moon game!

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kiraMeki said:

Harvest Moon is so addictive, I think tennis elbow will be on the rise after the Wii and Harvest Moon are released.

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Lord Xenu said:

Harvest Moon, FTW!

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Hey said:

I hope it's realistic like WL and AWL.

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wii thing said:

I don't want anyone to make another harvest moon unless it had online play.

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Uforia77 said:

If I ever become a farmer and can't understand why my crops don't grow overnight, I'm blaming this awesome and addictive series!

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Luke said:

I am so excited about the Wii and this game is definitely on my top 10 list! Right now I'm playing "Friends Of Mineral Town" for the GBA.

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tabsina said:

Wii thing, I'm interested in your idea for online play, but I can't for the life of me think of any functions that could be performed by going online and interacting with other players. Would you care to pitch some of your ideas?

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Luke said:

I think this game would be very fun with online play becasue you could go to other peoples' farms and towns.

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Waiting for Wii said:

Magical Melody was cool, hope this one is too.

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Man in Green said:

Harvest Moon wii should support online play. Here are some of my ideas: when you start a new file you either join an already made town (one that is open to the public for like 10 people to make their files on) that will stay in access as long as at least 1 character file is in that town. Second option is you can make a file where you and another person can join, (or you can make a password) which could be like a friend. You could access that file anytime, the other player doesnt have to be on. This play style should also go along with the other option.

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M!! said:

Well, online play could include trading animals and what not, trading crops. Maybe you could both own a farm together that's really big.

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Luke said:

I'm so excited for this game!

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tabsina said:

I like the idea of sharing a farm, but it may be a little hard because as you would know, the game has previously run by time so if one person plays while another doesn't the other person may miss several months of gameplay.

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Going wee of wii said:

I haven't played Harvest Moon before but I'm hoping to get the one for the wii.

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p-nut said:

The previous games sucked, this one will too.

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ganondorfrules said:

I haven't played or heard of Harvest Moon before so would somebody please tell me what it's about? By what I've read it sounds like you farm? But if you can tell me a little more detail on what you do.

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Enter Name said:

Owning a farm and starting a family is the main idea for most of Harvest Moon games.

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May said:

I think Harvest Moon rocks, this one's got to be awesome!

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special kid said:

I've never played any Harvest Moon but all my friends say it's alright so I have to play this one.

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Scooby!_ Jew said:

I wonder if they're going to change the name. No matter, it's going to rule if they do or not. Harvest Moon has always been a good series for Nintendo, but then they had to make the PS2 version. That ruined it.

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Hey said:

I played the PS2 one, it was a really crappy imitation of the gamecube version. The gamecube's graphics, sound, load times (I didn't have any) and gameplay was way better.

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waiting for wii said:

I love Harvest Moon, but the genre is not action. How did they get action out of that? See who can grow a crop the fastest?

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Scooby!_ Jew said:

Good point, waiting for wii, but I think they might've put it in the action genre because maybe it's its own type of genre and they just stuck it in that one, or maybe this one has a different storyline than the others and it's more action-packed. Maybe it has a deadline to get a certain amount of money or something along those lines. Who knows.

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Pre-Ordered said:

Well, Harvest Moon DS was more action packed. The mines are intense and have monsters going about, some trying to attack you and you have to hammer/hoe them. The series could be continuing in that sort of direction (P.S Mine 4 is ridiculous, 65,535 levels!).

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O_0 said:

YAAAAY! A new one. Booo actually because the first one still takes the cake.

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Neurotic said:

I like the games but Harvest Moon It's a Wonderful Life was repetitive and boring. I like the GBA ones more.

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#14 said:

I like Harvest Moon games, I just hope there are more girls to choose from.

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wii man2 said:

I agree with waiting for Wii dude. When did action come in to HM? I own all of them and none are action filled.

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jskrdude said:

Can't wait to see what our friends at Natsume come up with for the Wii controller in their new game. Fishing and riding horses are to be expected.

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alfindeol said:

I really hope it is more along the lines of the GBA and N64 versions. They felt more open ended and fun.

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Hey said:

Come on, #14, there were 17 girls to Choose from in Harvest Moon DS!

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Captain Jamesman said:

Just how many people here like this series. It's like living like a farmer. Always coming home sayin "Honey, I'm Home!" And there are no real fights. And then there's the labor. CURSE THE LABOR! And you have to take care of your child. What else can I say?

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Coryd10 said:

Harvest moon is fun and this game should be really good.

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DarkVic said:

As a Harvest Moon aficionado, I could simply say that I am absolutely ecstatic for this game. Is this a working title?

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laura said:

I love harvest moon and I can't wait until rune factory comes out, it looks great.

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DAMEBAG said:

This game better come out.

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Captain Jamesman said:

I think I'll only get Rune Factory, since it has violence.

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Pete said:

Personally, in my opinion. Rune factory is not Harvest Moon. Harvest moon is a family game. Take a farmer, give him a sword and you have a "Wizards of the coast" style plot. However, I will buy it as I love Natsume and Harvest Moon. And it does look amazing hehe. *Whoop, ordered my HM DS*.

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Ekaj185 said:

But Natsume isn't developing it, they're just publishing it.

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Scooby Jew said:

What is it with the way the characters look on Wii? First it was The Sims and now this. Good lord, please don't let there be a 3rd. I hate the way those people look, I might not even get the game now.

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quartzlcc said:

Ooh, shiny screenshots. Personally, the people are ugly.

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Hey said:

It looks so cool! Those new screen shots look really good. What is Rune Factory? I think the game is set in the Forget-Me-Not village, because I recognize the villa in the first screen shot.

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[RS]Omega Red said:

My sis will love it. She plays the PS2 one all the time. And I'm sure she'll be begging me to get it for my Wii.

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TheKid said:

I bet you have to use your scythe and become a hired hitman to make enough money to pay off your drug debt to greedy G, that would land it in action.

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Coryd10 said:

I like Harvest moon on GBA better than Gamecube.

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