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* LGBTFanbase: ''Story of Seasons: Olive Town'' has gained a following in the LGBT side since XSeed, with Marvelous's blessing, makes it where your characters can not only get into homosexual relationships, but also get married as well.


** Claire debuted in a PlayStation game called ''Back to Nature: For Girl'' before appearing in the remake ''More Friends Of Mineral Town''.

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** Claire debuted in a PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation game called ''Back to Nature: For Girl'' before appearing in the remake ''More Friends Of Mineral Town''.


* FandomRivalry: With SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/StardewValley''. Unusually, it's mostly onesided. Most ''Harvest Moon'' fans enjoy (or are at least neutral to) ''Stardew'', however ''Stardew'' fans have been known to be negative towards ''Harvest Moon'' (especially since many haven't played ''Harvest Moon'', as ''Stardew Valley'' has been released on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox while ''Harvest Moon'' is a predominantly Nintendo focused series). This in turn causes ''Harvest Moon'' fans to backlash against ''Stardew Valley''.

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* FandomRivalry: With SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/StardewValley''. Unusually, it's mostly onesided. Most ''Harvest Moon'' fans enjoy (or are at least neutral to) ''Stardew'', however ''Stardew'' fans have been known to be negative towards ''Harvest Moon'' (especially since many haven't played ''Harvest Moon'', as ''Stardew Valley'' has been released on PC, PlayStation, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, and Xbox while ''Harvest Moon'' is a predominantly Nintendo focused series). This in turn causes ''Harvest Moon'' fans to backlash against ''Stardew Valley''.


* AccidentalAesop: A common thing in dating sims, but... the best way to befriend somebody or have them fall in love with you is to shower them with gifts. Sometimes {{justified}}, in that what the person likes correlates to foods or materials useful for their highly specialized jobs. Still doesn't explain why Rick and Popuri, who own a ''chicken ranch,'' are most easily wooed with ''eggs.''



* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: A common thing in dating sims, but... the best way to befriend somebody or have them fall in love with you is to shower them with gifts. Sometimes {{justified}}, in that what the person likes correlates to foods or materials useful for their highly specialized jobs. Still doesn't explain why Rick and Popuri, who own a ''chicken ranch,'' are most easily wooed with ''eggs.''



* HarsherInHindsight: Klaus' warning under Family Unfriendly Aesop. [[spoiler:It's exactly what Michelle did in the previous game ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonANewBeginning''.]]

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* %%* HarsherInHindsight: Klaus' warning under Family Unfriendly Aesop.warning. [[spoiler:It's exactly what Michelle did in the previous game ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonANewBeginning''.]]


* FandomRivalry: With SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/StardewValley''. Unusually, it's mostly onesided. Most ''Harvest Moon'' fans enjoy (or are at least neutral to) ''Stardew'', however ''Stardew'' fans have been known to be negative towards ''Harvest Moon'' (especially since many haven't played ''Harvest Moon'', as ''Stardew Valley'' has been released on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox while ''Harvest Moon'' is a predominantly Nintendo focused series). This in turn causes ''Harvest Moon'' fans to backlash against ''Stardew Valley''. Though this may eventually ease up, due to the Nintendo Switch version of ''Stardew''.

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* FandomRivalry: With SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/StardewValley''. Unusually, it's mostly onesided. Most ''Harvest Moon'' fans enjoy (or are at least neutral to) ''Stardew'', however ''Stardew'' fans have been known to be negative towards ''Harvest Moon'' (especially since many haven't played ''Harvest Moon'', as ''Stardew Valley'' has been released on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox while ''Harvest Moon'' is a predominantly Nintendo focused series). This in turn causes ''Harvest Moon'' fans to backlash against ''Stardew Valley''. Though this may eventually ease up, due to the Nintendo Switch version of ''Stardew''.


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* SubbingVersusDubbing: After the split between Marvelous and Natsume, more fans to critique the looseness of Natsume's translations, from their various {{Dub Name Change}}s, their [[BlindIdiotTranslation grammar errors]], and their {{Dub Induced Plot Hole}}s. Still, many fans enjoy Natsume's translations and many also prefer their {{Dub Name Change}}s.


* {{Fanon}}:
** If the male player character has brown hair and wears blue overalls with a blue hat, he's "Jack", not [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife "Mark"]], "Pete" (''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 SNES]]'', ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Mineral Town]]'', ''GB'' games), "Tony" (''Save The Homeland'') "Tito" or "Adam" (''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody Magical Melody]]'').
** Nina in ''A(nother) Wonderful Life'' is the same pink-haired character from previous games.
** Certain couples are common enough in fan-works to be fanon. This includes Mark/Celia (''AWL''), Claire/Gray (''BTN:FG''/''MFOMT''), Pony/Marlin (''AWL''), Pony/Skye (''DS Cute''), and Chelsea/Vaughn (''IOH''/SOS'').
** Elli is the "canon" bachelorette in ''64''. This stems from the Japanese strategy guide implying such.
** Gray and Ann's surnames in ''64'' is "Green", because they live on Green Ranch. This also gives Gray and Popuri's daughter the ultra PunnyName of "Mint Green".
** In ''64'', Gotz is physically and emotionally abusive towards his [[DomesticAbuse wife]] and [[AbusiveParents daughter]].
** Sasha is Eve's daughter in ''64''. It's never mentioned whether it's her or Gotz, but most fans see more of a resemblance between Sasha and Eve.
** When the original ''A Wonderful Life'' game came out, it seemed unanimous amongst fan sites that Wally left the city because [[CareerEndingInjury he injured his leg in a race and can no longer run professionally]].
** Kate looks nothing like her noticeably Asian parents. This has led many fans to assume she's [[ChocolateBaby illegitimate]] or adopted.
** The Witch Princess and Harvest Goddess are [[CainAndAbel sisters]].
** Celia being the "canon" bachelorette in ''A Wonderful Life'', because she's the default due to the game's mechanics. Despite this, ''A Little Shop'' features Muffy's son with Mark.
** You're far more likely to hear people use the Japanese names of the ''Tree of Tranquility'' and ''Animal Parade'' protagonists, instead of their English names.
** Many fans refer to the female ''Magical Melody'' protagonist as "Melody" instead of her CanonName "Amanda".
** Amanda is the preferred protagonist in fan-works. She's almost always shipped with Jamie.


** Certain couples are common enough in fan-works to be fanon. This includes Mark/Celia (''AWL''), Claire/Gray (''BTN:FG''/''MFOMT''), Pony/Marlin (''AWL''), Pony/Skye (''DS Cute''), and Chelsea/Vaughn (''IOH''/SOS'').
** Elli is the "canon" bachelorette in ''64''. This stems from the Japanese strategy guide implying such.
** Gray and Ann's surnames in ''64'' is "Green", because they live on Green Ranch. This also gives Gray and Popuri's daughter the ultra PunnyName of "Mint Green".
** In ''64'', Gotz is physically and emotionally abusive towards his [[DomesticAbuse wife]] and [[AbusiveParents daughter]].
** Sasha is Eve's daughter in ''64''. It's never mentioned whether it's her or Gotz, but most fans see more of a resemblance between Sasha and Eve.
** When the original ''A Wonderful Life'' game came out, it seemed unanimous amongst fan sites that Wally left the city because [[CareerEndingInjury he injured his leg in a race and can no longer run professionally]].
** Kate looks nothing like her noticeably Asian parents. This has led many fans to assume she's [[ChocolateBaby illegitimate]] or adopted.
** The Witch Princess and Harvest Goddess are [[CainAndAbel sisters]].
** Celia being the "canon" bachelorette in ''A Wonderful Life'', because she's the default due to the game's mechanics. Despite this, ''A Little Shop'' features Muffy's son with Mark.
** You're far more likely to hear people use the Japanese names of the ''Tree of Tranquility'' and ''Animal Parade'' protagonists, instead of their English names.
** Many fans refer to the female ''Magical Melody'' protagonist as "Melody" instead of her CanonName "Amanda".
** Amanda is the preferred protagonist in fan-works. She's almost always shipped with Jamie.



* {{Moe}}:
** Daisy in ''Grand Bazaar''.
** Cecil in ''My Little Shop''.
** Witchie and Dessie, in ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014''.

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** %%** Daisy in ''Grand Bazaar''.
** %%** Cecil in ''My Little Shop''.
** %%** Witchie and Dessie, in ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014''.



** The ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' series isn't the first game to feature [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090211223414/http://kotaku.com/5149307/knocked-up-a-look-at-pregnancy-in-video-games playable pregnancy]]; that accolade goes to the 1992 UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom game, ''VideoGame/DragonQuestV'', which is the first one to accommodate this.

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** The ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' ''Harvest Moon'' series isn't the first game to feature [[http://web.archive.org/web/20090211223414/http://kotaku.com/5149307/knocked-up-a-look-at-pregnancy-in-video-games playable pregnancy]]; that accolade goes to the 1992 UsefulNotes/SuperFamicom game, ''VideoGame/DragonQuestV'', which is the first one to accommodate this.



** Claire debuted in a PlayStation game before ''More Friends Of Mineral Town'', which is a remake of ''Back To Nature For Girl''.

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** Claire debuted in a PlayStation game called ''Back to Nature: For Girl'' before appearing in the remake ''More Friends Of Mineral Town'', which is a remake of ''Back To Nature For Girl''.Town''.


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** Making fun of how you befriend characters by giving them gifts. This can also include the characters overreactions to being given gifts they hate.
** Poking fun at Karen's [[TheAlcoholic alcoholic]] [[HardDrinkingPartyGirl nature]].


** Most ''Story of Seasons'' games are not made by the same team. The team that made ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014'' consists of different people from the one that made ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''( or even ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility''). The series creator had left by ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade''.

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** Most ''Story of Seasons'' games are not made by the same team. The team that made ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014'' consists of different people from the one that made ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''( or ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife'' (or even ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility''). The series creator had left by ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade''.


* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Japan isn't fond of the rival marriage system, which is why several games lack rivals. The English-speaking fandom, however, is overall very fond of the rival system and wishes it was in more games.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Japan isn't fond of the rival marriage system, which is why several games lack rivals. The English-speaking fandom, however, is overall very fond of the rival system and wishes wish it was in more games.games. This stems from two different ways of thinking: Japanese players feel bad about "stealing" someone's love interest and leaving them single, while international players enjoy seeing the other characters pair up and think it adds depth.


** Most ''Story of Seasons'' games are not made by the same team. The team that made ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2012'' consists of different people from the one that made ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''( or even ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility''). The series creator had left by ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade''.

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** Most ''Story of Seasons'' games are not made by the same team. The team that made ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2012'' ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014'' consists of different people from the one that made ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''( or even ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility''). The series creator had left by ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade''.

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** Despite popular belief, Marvelous didn't create ''Story of Seasons''. The series was originally owned by Pack-In Video, which merged with Victor Entertainment. Marvelous later brought Victor Entertainment.
** Most ''Story of Seasons'' games are not made by the same team. The team that made ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2012'' consists of different people from the one that made ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife''( or even ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility''). The series creator had left by ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade''.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: Japan isn't fond of the rival marriage system, which is why several games lack rivals. The English-speaking fandom, however, is overall very fond of the rival system and wishes it was in more games.


** Certain crops yield more golds and are more productive than other crops that are available in the season (e.g. In ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Back To Nature]]'', potatoes yield more golds and takes only 2 days longer than turnips to grow).

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** Certain crops yield more golds gold and are more productive than other crops that are available in the same season (e.g. In ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Back To Nature]]'', potatoes yield more golds gold and takes take only 2 days longer than turnips to grow).



** Tell a casual western ''Harvest Moon'' fan that the videogames were created by Victor/Marvelous. You'll be surprise by how many of them would say "No, it's made by Natsume". This has caused some troubles after the split between ''Harvest Moon'' and ''Story of Seasons'' occurred.

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** Tell a casual western ''Harvest Moon'' fan that the videogames were created by Victor/Marvelous. You'll be surprise surprised by how many of them would say "No, it's made by Natsume". This has caused some troubles after the split between ''Harvest Moon'' and ''Story of Seasons'' occurred.



* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: There are crops that yield a higher profit than the others each season, as well as "money tricks". Complacent gamers have no qualm exploiting said money tricks and planting nothing but the most profitable crops so they can ace the game faster, even if it means the game will get more boring later on.

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* ComplacentGamingSyndrome: There are crops that yield a higher profit than the others each season, as well as "money tricks". Complacent gamers have no qualm qualms about exploiting said money tricks and planting nothing but the most profitable crops so they can ace the game faster, even if it means the game will get more boring later on.



** The two ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS'' games are this to both ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife'' and ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Harvest Moon: Frinds of Mineral Town]]''. The main complaints are the flanderized personalities of the characters and the game being very similar to the GBA games in terms of gameplay.

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** The two ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS'' games are this to both ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife'' and ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Harvest Moon: Frinds Friends of Mineral Town]]''. The main complaints are the flanderized personalities of the characters and the game being very similar to the GBA games in terms of gameplay.



*** Reception for [[DudeLooksLikeALady Marian]] has been overwhelmingly positive for being exceptionally beautiful (despite being a man) and for being a canon gay character that's been handled tastefully. The fact that it's extremely common to find someone mistake him as female, and then be shocked to find out his real gender, certainly adds to his memorability.
*** Eda, the old lady who helps train you into a farmer. Her cheekiness, grandmotherly nature and FriendlyEnemy status [[note]]She and three other farmers serve as your rivals for extra land[[/note]] made her one of the most recognized characters in the game.

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*** Reception for [[DudeLooksLikeALady Marian]] has been overwhelmingly positive for being exceptionally beautiful (despite being a man) and for being a canon gay character that's been handled tastefully. The fact that it's extremely common to find someone mistake him as for female, and then be shocked to find out his real gender, certainly adds to his memorability.
*** Eda, the old lady who helps train you into a farmer. Her cheekiness, grandmotherly nature GrannyClassic appearance and nature, and FriendlyEnemy status [[note]]She and three other farmers serve as your rivals for extra land[[/note]] made make her one of the most recognized characters in the game.



* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: A common thing in dating sims but... the best way to befriend somebody or have them fall in love with you is to shower them with gifts. Sometimes {{justified}}, in that what the person likes correlates to foods or materials useful for their highly specialized jobs. Still doesn't explain why Rick and Popuri, who own a ''chicken ranch,'' are most easily wooed with ''eggs.''
* FandomRivalry: With SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/StardewValley''. Unusually, it's mostly onesided. Most ''Harvest Moon'' fans enjoy (or are at least neutral to) ''Stardew'', however ''Stardew'' fans have been known to be negative towards ''Harvest Moon'' (especially since many haven't played ''Harvest Moon'', as ''Stardew Valley'' has been released on PC, Playstation, and Xbox while ''Harvest Moon'' is a predominantly Nintendo focused series). This in turn causes ''Harvest Moon'' fans to backlash against ''Stardew Valley''. Though this may eventually ease up, due to the Nintendo Switch version of ''Stardew''.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: A common thing in dating sims sims, but... the best way to befriend somebody or have them fall in love with you is to shower them with gifts. Sometimes {{justified}}, in that what the person likes correlates to foods or materials useful for their highly specialized jobs. Still doesn't explain why Rick and Popuri, who own a ''chicken ranch,'' are most easily wooed with ''eggs.''
* FandomRivalry: With SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/StardewValley''. Unusually, it's mostly onesided. Most ''Harvest Moon'' fans enjoy (or are at least neutral to) ''Stardew'', however ''Stardew'' fans have been known to be negative towards ''Harvest Moon'' (especially since many haven't played ''Harvest Moon'', as ''Stardew Valley'' has been released on PC, Playstation, PlayStation, and Xbox while ''Harvest Moon'' is a predominantly Nintendo focused series). This in turn causes ''Harvest Moon'' fans to backlash against ''Stardew Valley''. Though this may eventually ease up, due to the Nintendo Switch version of ''Stardew''.



* GoodBadBugs: The series is infamous for them, often times related to Natsume's translation.

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* GoodBadBugs: The series is infamous for them, often times related to Natsume's translation.



** A blue feather is used in almost every game as a proposal gift (akin to an engagement ring). As a result, amongst gamers it gets referenced a lot and many people discuss wanting to propose (or be proposed to) with one.

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** A blue feather is used in almost every game many of the games as a proposal gift (akin to an engagement ring). As a result, amongst gamers it gets referenced a lot and many people discuss wanting to propose (or be proposed to) with one.one in real life.



** Claire debuted in a Playstation game before ''More Friends Of Mineral Town'', which is a remake of ''Back To Nature For Girl''.

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** Claire debuted in a Playstation PlayStation game before ''More Friends Of Mineral Town'', which is a remake of ''Back To Nature For Girl''.



** Marriage in general can be this under some circumstances. Sure, you get a boatload of happiness points and the possibility of children, but in the first game at least, you can no longer stay up into the night to finish crucial farm work without losing your spouse's approval, and a lot of said spouse's dialogue gets replaced with [[WelcomeToCorneria very generic-sounding advice and lovey-doveyness]], regardless of who you married or [[OutOfCharacterMoment whether it would be in-character for them to say that]]. If you're the kind of player who enjoys characters [[GameplayAndStorySegregation for their personality rather than their gameplay benefits]], you might want to wait a year to see all of an NPC's unique dialogue and behavior before tying a ring on them.

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** Marriage in general can be this under some circumstances. Sure, you get a boatload of happiness points and the possibility of children, but in the first game at least, you can no longer stay up into the night to finish crucial farm work without losing your spouse's approval, and a lot of said spouse's dialogue gets replaced with [[WelcomeToCorneria very generic-sounding advice and lovey-doveyness]], regardless of who whom you married or [[OutOfCharacterMoment whether it would be in-character for them to say that]]. If you're the kind of player who enjoys characters [[GameplayAndStorySegregation for their personality rather than their gameplay benefits]], you might want to wait a year to see all of an NPC's unique dialogue and behavior before tying a ring on them.



** Because they lack [[PairTheSpares rival couples]], ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonANewBeginning A New Beginning]]'', ''Tale of Two Towns'' and ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014'' are the few installments in the series where the bachelors/bachelorettes are shipped with each other as often as they are with the protagonist, as fans take to imagining who the likely [[OfficialCouple canon]] pairings would be if they existed.

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** Because they lack [[PairTheSpares rival couples]], ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonANewBeginning A New Beginning]]'', ''Tale of Two Towns'' Towns,'' and ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014'' are the few installments in the series where the bachelors/bachelorettes are shipped with each other as often as they are with the protagonist, as fans take to imagining who the likely [[OfficialCouple canon]] pairings would be if they existed.


* BrokenBase:
** ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoon64 64]]'', the cult classic that is considered one of the [[UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo64}} N64]]'s best games, or ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Back To Nature]]'', the "transfer" which lead way to the current characterizations of the 64 characters?
** If you want to ask "Which is better: ''[[FirstInstallmentWins Tree of]] [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility Tranquility]]'' or ''[[MissionPackSequel Animal]] [[VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade Parade]]''?", we suggest you take out a new [[InternetBackdraft life insurance policy]] first. A large portion of the debate seems to be because of CasualCompetitiveConflict.
** The fandom has gotten a bunch of new fans due to the recent games, especially the {{Bishonen}} driven post-''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility Tree of Tranquility]]'' games. This has caused conflict between older fans and modern fans. Are the newer games losing their "Harvest Moon" feeling? Are fans too [[PerverseSexualLust boy crazy]]?
** The announcement of ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonTheLostValley The Lost Valley]]'' caused some of this. Some fans were interested in the game and waited to hear more of it before passing judgment, while others are angry at Natsume for using ''Harvest Moon'' as a title for a game that's not actually part of the ''Bokujou Monogatari'' series, and are worried that this move will hurt the sales of ''VideoGame/StoryOfSeasons2014'', which ''is'' a ''Bokujou Monogatari'' game. It turned out that nope, it wasn't hurt at all. ''Story of Seasons'' sold [[http://www.siliconera.com/2015/07/15/rune-factory-4-and-story-of-seasons-have-sold-very-well-in-north-america/ 100,000 copies in four months after being released]].



** ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon64'' vs ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Back to Nature]]'' are the most common disputed against each other due to how popular they are.
** ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility Tree of Tranquility]]'' vs ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade Animal Parade]]'' is common. ''Animal Parade'' is an UpdatedRerelease, or a {{retool}}, rather than a true sequel though.
** Both ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife AWL]]'' and the ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature (M)FOMT]]'' vs ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS''.

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** ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature'' is this to many ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon64'' vs fans (and the [[CreatorBacklash series creator]]) predominantly due to the alterations in characterization and the character's relationships to one another.
** ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility'''s MissionPackSequel ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade'' is subject to a lot of this. It's very similar, but also has enough differences to cause this. A large portion of the debate seems to be because of CasualCompetitiveConflict.
** The two ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS'' games are this to both ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife'' and
''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature Back to Nature]]'' Harvest Moon: Frinds of Mineral Town]]''. The main complaints are the most common disputed against each other due to how popular they are.
** ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonTreeOfTranquility Tree
flanderized personalities of Tranquility]]'' vs ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonAnimalParade Animal Parade]]'' is common. ''Animal Parade'' is an UpdatedRerelease, or a {{retool}}, rather than a true sequel though.
** Both ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonAWonderfulLife AWL]]''
the characters and the ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonBackToNature (M)FOMT]]'' vs ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS''.game being very similar to the GBA games in terms of gameplay.


** Michelle in ''[[HarvestMoonANewBeginning A New Beginning]]'' because of her third and final heart events revealing [[spoiler:she doesn't love you at all. She just considers you a sucker that's willing to give her free stuff.]] Though due to it only being able to be seen if you start dating her, the hate is mostly from people who either dated her thinking she was the best bachelorette or people that read her event details on a websi

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** Michelle in ''[[HarvestMoonANewBeginning ''[[VideoGame/HarvestMoonANewBeginning A New Beginning]]'' because of her third and final heart events revealing [[spoiler:she doesn't love you at all. She just considers you a sucker that's willing to give her free stuff.]] Though due to it only being able to be seen if you start dating her, the hate is mostly from people who either dated her thinking she was the best bachelorette or people that read her event details on a websiwebsite.

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