Harvest Moon is, like Ridge Racer and so many others, an intellectual property that one expects to find on every console that has ever seen the light of day. It has been well over a year since the Nintendo 3DS burst onto the scene and still a Harvest Moon has yet to emerge on the platform in North America. This drought will be ending sooner than later, though, as is illuminated in a recent announcement made by Natsume on their Facebook page that Harvest Moon: A New Beginning will be making its way stateside and will debut at this year’s E3.
As is pointed out by Nintendo Universe, Natsume will be bringing Harvest Moon: A New Beginning, a title that was already made available in Japan earlier this year, to North America at an undisclosed time in the future. The game, which will be exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS, will have its first details outed between June 5 and June 7 during the upcoming E3 expo in Los Angeles, California.