History VideoGame / HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife

23rd Sep '16 4:09:31 PM TristanJeremiah
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* ShowWithinAShow: The player can watch television. A romance flick, a detective thriller, a SciFi show, an infomercial, and y the weather channel, and your daily horoscope can be seen on TV.

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* ShowWithinAShow: The player can watch television. A romance flick, a detective thriller, a SciFi show, an infomercial, and y the weather channel, and your daily horoscope can be seen on TV.
23rd Sep '16 4:06:52 PM TristanJeremiah
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* ShowWithinAShow: The player can watch television. A romance flick, a detective thriller, a SciFi show, an infomercial, and y the weather channel, and your daily horoscope can be seen on TV.



* ShowWithinAShow: The player can watch television. A romance flick, a detective thriller, a SciFi show, an infomercial, and y the weather channel, and your daily horoscope can be seen on TV.
23rd Sep '16 4:05:36 PM TristanJeremiah
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* ShowWithinAShow: The player can watch television. A romance flick, a detective thriller, a SciFi show, an infomercial, and y the weather channel, and your daily horoscope can be seen on TV.
23rd Sep '16 11:56:28 AM TristanJeremiah
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* MyLocal: The blue bar
13th Jul '16 4:39:50 AM StFan
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'''''Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life''''' and '''''Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life''''' are two UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube games in the ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' series by Marvelous Interactive, the latter being a [[DistaffCounterpart gender-swapped]] version of the former. An UpdatedRerelease of the first game exists as a [=PS2=] port, with an additional bachelorette and the ability to have a daughter, though this version has slightly worse graphics.

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'''''Harvest ''Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life''''' Life'' and '''''Harvest ''Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life''''' Life'' are two UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube games in the ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' series by Marvelous Interactive, the latter being a [[DistaffCounterpart gender-swapped]] version of the former. An UpdatedRerelease of the first game exists as a [=PS2=] port, with an additional bachelorette and the ability to have a daughter, though this version has slightly worse graphics.






** Instead of the usual Hearts appearing beside the name the girls have hearts in their hidden diaries. The [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries original]] ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' was the same way, with each girl having a diary beside their bed with their heart levels in it.

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** Instead of the usual Hearts appearing beside the name the girls have hearts in their hidden diaries. The [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries original]] ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' original ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon1'' was the same way, with each girl having a diary beside their bed with their heart levels in it.
25th Jun '16 6:23:59 AM Pichu-kun
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** There are fewer typos in the [[DistaffCounterpart girl version]], though your son occasionally calls your husband his mother.

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** There are fewer typos in the [[DistaffCounterpart girl version]], though your version]]. Your son occasionally calls your husband his mother.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Darker, at least, due to the more adult themes explored. The ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS DS]]'' installments based on this game are Lighter And Edgier, oddly enough.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Darker, at least, due to the more adult themes explored. The ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS DS]]'' installments based on this game are Lighter And Edgier, LighterAndSofter, oddly enough.



* FromStrayToPet: In the intro you come across two stray dogs on your farm and adopt one of them.



* LimitedWardrobe: In the original game, everyone wears the same clothes all their lives, save for a hand full of people who get palette swaps in their older years. In ''Another'', your character can purchase more outfits for themselves, and in ''Special Edition'', everyone changes the color of their outfits based on the seasons.

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* LimitedWardrobe: In the original game, everyone wears the same clothes all their lives, save for a hand full of people who get palette swaps in their older years. In ''Another'', your character can purchase more outfits for themselves, and in ''Special Edition'', everyone changes the color of their outfits based on the seasons.seasons (and your wife changes upon marriage).



* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Subverted. Most titles only allow your children to age to young childhood at most (and no one else seems to age besides your rival's children) but the thing that sets these games apart from others is that ''everyone'' ages several decades over the story.



** Muffy is the oldest, being in her thirties.
** Celia doesn't look past her early 20s for much of the game. Lampshaded in ''Another''.

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** Muffy is the oldest, being in her thirties.
thirties, but doesn't look much older than the others.
** Celia doesn't look past her early 20s for much of the game. Lampshaded in ''Another''.''Another Wonderful Life''.



* OneGameForThePriceOfTwo: Links to ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Friends of Mineral Town]]'' to unlock content in both. ''Another Wonderful Life'' links to ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature More Friends of Mineral Town]]'' in the same way.
** ''Special Edition'' made it that you do not need to link up (since it's obvious you cannot connect your Game Boy Advance to a Playstation 2). Instead you can collect records from villagers for different things.

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* OneGameForThePriceOfTwo: Links to ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Friends of Mineral Town]]'' to unlock content in both. ''Another Wonderful Life'' links to ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature More Friends of Mineral Town]]'' in the same way.
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way. ''Special Edition'' made it that you do not need to link up (since it's obvious you cannot connect your Game Boy Advance to a Playstation 2). Instead you can collect records from villagers for different things.


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* PlotRelevantAgeUp: If you marry Lumina she appears in her adult design afterwards. Normally she won't age up like that until your child is older.
12th Jun '16 9:59:47 PM Pichu-kun
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* BookEnds: The game starts with the protagonist deciding to become a farmer after the death of their father. The game ends with your child starting their career [[spoiler:after the death of one of their parents]].
4th Jun '16 9:42:40 AM nombretomado
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'''''Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life''''' and '''''Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life''''' are two UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube games in the ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' series by Marvelous Interactive, the latter being a [[DistaffCounterpart gender-swapped]] version of the former. An UpdatedRerelease of the first game exists as a PS2 port, with an additional bachelorette and the ability to have a daughter, though this version has slightly worse graphics.

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'''''Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life''''' and '''''Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life''''' are two UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube games in the ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' series by Marvelous Interactive, the latter being a [[DistaffCounterpart gender-swapped]] version of the former. An UpdatedRerelease of the first game exists as a PS2 [=PS2=] port, with an additional bachelorette and the ability to have a daughter, though this version has slightly worse graphics.



** ''Another Wonderful Life'', along with being a DistaffCounterpart, added a lot of other new content to the game. Minigames to train your dog, the ability to change your outfit, a mirror by your bed, added difficulty in getting fodder, and making the special tools have different effects while farming. Some of these additions were included in the PS2 special edition, but not all of them.

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** ''Another Wonderful Life'', along with being a DistaffCounterpart, added a lot of other new content to the game. Minigames to train your dog, the ability to change your outfit, a mirror by your bed, added difficulty in getting fodder, and making the special tools have different effects while farming. Some of these additions were included in the PS2 [=PS2=] special edition, but not all of them.
2nd Jun '16 12:21:33 PM TheFarmboy
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* RealityHasNoSoundtrack: For the most part, there is no background music, adding to the game's darker atmosphere.

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* RealityHasNoSoundtrack: For the most part, there is no background music, music when you walk outdoors outside of your farm, adding to the game's darker atmosphere.atmosphere. Although you do hear music as you approach the Bar when it's open, or by the villa when Lumina plays her piano in the day.
24th Apr '16 10:16:20 AM Nire
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** You enter the Harvest Sprites' house by eating a mushroom. It's possible that they meant to imply that the mushroom shrinks you down enough to fit into the teeny-tiny door, but then you apparently grow back to normal size right away, seeing as the relative size of the Sprites compared to you is unchanged. Some players feel that it's just funnier to interpret the Sprites as the product of a massive 'shroom trip.
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