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  • Summary: Be the person you want to be in this farming adventure. In Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl, you must choose between Destiny (playing as a boy) or Fate (playing as a girl). While the farming chores are similar, your life, goals, friends and future family depend on how you help and interact with others in this wonderful world. Non-linear, real-time game play allows for a wide assortment of events. Compete with villagers in challenging festival mini contest. Play as a boy or a girl – two games in one. [Natsume] Expand
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    If you feel the urge to give an older game a spin, and enjoy very simple, very goal-oriented gaming tasks, then this may be worth a look. But Harvest Moon, as always, is not a "game" in the traditional sense, since a lot of it isn't fun. It's a meditation on hard work, patience with repetition.
  2. Still unique and oddly enjoyable, Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl might not be as perfect as the console games but it’s still just as interesting on the PSP.
  3. Little more than a port of the PS one title, "Harvest Moon: Back to Nature." [Nov 2007, p.89]
  4. If you don't mind paying full price for an unchanged port, albeit of a classic game, then you're most likely already a Harvest Moon fan and know what you're getting yourself into. Everyone else, we recommend waiting for a better Harvest Moon title - one with gameplay worthy of the series and graphics worthy of the system - to come out on the PSP.
  5. Harvest Moon: Back to Nature and Harvest Moon for Girls are poorly ported together in this bundle that brings nothing new to the farm.
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