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The Story of Seasons (known as Bokujou Monogatari in Japan) franchise is a series of farming simulators originating on the Super Nintendo and currently releasing on the 3DS. Originally, the games were developed and published by Victor Interactive, but the series is now owned by Marvelous. There are also


Data prior to 2006 is Famitsu, 2006 forward is Media Create unless noted

Year Title System JP Sales
In thousands
NA Sales
In thousands
1996 Harvest Moon SNES
1997 Harvest Moon GB GB
1999 Harvest Moon 64 N64 93
1999 Harvest Moon GB2 GBC 95
2000 Harvest Moon: Back to Nature PS1 116
2000 Harvest Moon GB3 GBC 75
2000 Bokujō Monogatari Harvest Moon for Girl PS1
2001 Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland PS2 45
2003 Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town GBA 161
2003 Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life GCPS2 115


2003 Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town GBA 108
2004 Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life GC 52
2005 Harvest Moon: Poem of Happiness GC 71
2005 Harvest Moon DS DS 106


Harvest Moon: Magical Melody GCWii
2005 Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl PSP 72
2005 Harvest Moon DS Cute DS 124
2007 Harvest Moon DS: Island of Happiness DS 282
2007 Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility Wii 72
2008 Harvest Moon DS: Sunshine Islands DS 192
2008 Harvest Moon: Animal Parade Wii 30
2008 Harvest Moon DS: Grand Bazaar DS 146
2009 Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley PSP 65
2010 Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns DS3DS 241
2012 Harvest Moon: A New Beginning 3DS 320+[1]
2014 Story of Seasons 3DS 256 150[2]
2016 Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns 3DS 220

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The series was first known as Harvest Moon when published by Natsume in the United States. This was due to Victor Interactive's lack of resources to establish a western branch to localize the title. Victor Interactive was eventually acquired by Marvelous Entertainment in 2003 but, this relation still stood. Natsume even had obtained the rights to publish the spinoff

In 2014, Marvelous decided they wanted complete ownership of the franchise and wanted to publish it under their own western branches. Natsume however, refused to give up rights to the name and instead started its own titles and retained the rights to previous titles for rereleases. This led Marvelous a new name for the franchise in the West, now calling it Story of Seasons.