Players Will Cultivate Crops, Befriend Wild Animals, Teach Them Tricks,
And More!

Burlingame, Calif., November 10, 2009 – Natsume, a worldwide developer
and publisher of family-oriented video games, announced today that
Harvest Moon: Animal Parade for the Nintendo Wii has shipped to
retail. The game is priced at an MSRP of $49.99, and is rated E for
Everyone by the ESRB.

“Harvest Moon: Animal Parade delivers the ultimate in farming fun! It
features entertaining new characters, a huge variety of fun pets, and
exciting new activities, ” said Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO of
Natsume. “Anyone looking for a family-friendly Wi title this fall
should make sure that Harvest Moon: Animal Parade is at the top of
their list.”

There’s trouble in the once-prosperous village of Harmonica Town! Crops
aren’t growing, the wind isn’t blowing, and the five elemental bells
are missing. Only the power of the Harvest King can revive the land,
but he’s nowhere to be found. It’s up to the player to find the five
bells, awaken the Harvest King, and save the town!

Players will find plenty of exciting activities in Harvest Moon: Animal
Parade, including fishing, mining, cultivating crops, and caring for
wild animals such as penguins, pandas, and monkeys. Players can take
their exotic pets out for walks, teach them tricks, and even ride them
around town! When the circus rolls into town, players will also need
to help the ringmaster find the escaped animals. Befriend the lion,
giraffe, and hippopotamus, or the show is doomed!

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