Rated 10 out of 10 by 4
Rated 10 out of 10 by Rika Great game!!! one down side~
I love this game, i have been playing it for a while now! It is very strigical, a great story, and wonderful characters!!! In this game you start out as a robot, in a world where farming has died, people do it all mechanacly, and the spirits of this world are mad at this. So its your job to break the curse and stop the island, and save the home of all your friends and family by bringing back the habit of farming!!! You have to do some tasks like farm pointsettas, and help out with christmas partys and all that jazz. You get a dog a cat and a helper robot! There is some misscommunication with where you need to go sometimes but you can take a couple rounds on this one to get it right~ I love how large this world is, Im on the 2nd circle and I dont think Ive even seen everything in the world of innocent life! I enjoy this game very much!!! the only down side is you cant get married.....
Rated 10 out of 10 by FableIIILuvR Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon is sweet
If you are a fan of Harvest Moon then you are going to love this game because it is just like it but this one is i the future just like the title says. The only thing is that when you buy a seed you have to go to the storage space to get it and it took me forever to find that out. Other than that the game is really cool and for a low price at Gamestop of $8. I bought this about 2 days ago and I am having a hard time putting it down it is so addictive. I have like a ton of new games and I don't really play them now. the Interface on this is great and so is everything else. I so say that if you are wanting a cool cheap addictive game this is for you. Plus if you know anybody that love Harvest Moon get them this. But in all honestly, this game blows Harvest Moon out of the water. A MUST BUY (well if you can find it)
Rated 10 out of 10 by Mandi123 AMAZING game
This is really the best game made for PSP. i bought it super cheap at gamestop, for the heck of it. And found it was the BEST GAME EVER... when you first start out i know its slow but soon you start discovering more and more of the island. Then you wont be able to put it down(: and i still havent found all of it yet, cant wait to get back to playing!
Rated 10 out of 10 by Awesome Clint Innocent Fun
I had not become a Harvest Moon fan until I picked up HM 3 for the GBA color. I have since become a casual but avid supporter of this franchise. I enjoy the simple pleasures of the series and the wholesomeness of the concept. Sometimes a raging R.E fan like myself needs to take a chill pill from slaying hordes of zombies and grow some virtual corn. That is why I am thankful for the relaxing nature of Harvest Moon. Innocent Life is a great spin on Harvest Moon without taking away too much joy from the series. I find the unique story of a robot learning to become more of a human by learning the gifts of life. It almost like Megaman except without that whole reploid mess or pointless wandering around. The challenge is at times just sticking to it and being determined to get the crops to harvest. I understand it almost sounds like a virtual pet but it is not. The difference is in the ending. With a virtual pet, you end up performing a kamikaze with your device into a pool with a plugged-in toaster. Brutal? Absolutely and honest at that; Innocent Life leaves you with a smile and self-satisfaction. Sure, you could be spending your time growing a real farm and discovering the beauty of life on your own. Honestly, who wants to see that kind of mess. I would definitely suggest this as a buy to any gamer who is looking forward to a nice, relaxing time. With a glass of sweet tea or lemonade, a little bit of free time and about ** dollars to spend. The music is wonderfully folky with subtle hints of new age. This game is a delight to play and really stands above many of the other Harvest Moon games that have been released on Sony systems. By the way, "It's a wonderful life" for the PS2 is horrible, do not buy it. I did and I sold it within a week of owning it. Innocent Life is not the case.