Review: Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns – Where You Learn Why Friends Matter

Pros:
-Characters are uniquely developed during the games story
-Farm upgrades feel like they take a bit, which adds prolonged playability
-Plenty of side adventures to complete such as friendships, relationships, fishing, etc.

Cons:
– The game is very slow starting out
-Tends to take control from the player during tutorials
-Tutorials lasted roughly 20 hours, which is a bit much
-Story progress is slow to start, sitting between 5 to 10 hours before unlocking other chapters.


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Ever wondered what a game would be like where repetition, time management, and a lot of tutorials would be like over the span of between 15-20 hours? This is the welcoming players are in for with this Harvest Moon spiritual successor. If it hadn’t been for my curiosity, it’d been easier said than done to shut down my Nintendo 3DS, and simply walked away for any other title of the genre.

Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns is a coming of age progression title. One that offers multiple options for you to explore as you play. In the game, you start out at odds with your characters father. In effort to prove him wrong, you step out into the world in order to become a great father, and set the record straight in this dispute.

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STORY OF SEASONS: Trio of Towns Introduces Love into the Franchise

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If you ever wanted to see love bloom in the 20th Anniversary Entry to a series and Marvelous USA isn’t ashamed to see this happen in their latest title. This new one introduces our first five lucky bachelorettes whom players can try to win the hearts over of in STORY OF SEASONS: Trio of Towns. So lets take a look at the the the five lucky bachelorettes before going on.

Let alone do you get to meet a few lucky ladies to choose from, you also get to meet the capybara pet named “Capy-san”, which will be the highlight of the game when it releases on February 28th for Nintendo 3DS. The game will be available physically at participating retailers and digitally in the Nintendo eShop for $39.99.

Stay tuned for our upcoming review.


About the Writer:

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Dustin is our native console gamer, PlayStation and Nintendo reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the boarders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. His elitist attitude gives him direction, want, and a need for the hardest difficulties in games, which is fun to watch, and hilarity at its finest. You can find him over on TwitterGoogle+, and or you can find him on PSN with RaivynLyken.