Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon Player Count and Stats (2024)

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Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon player count:

116,000 game units sold in Japan

Last updated 2/4/13

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Game Description

“Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon” is a role-playing simulation game developed by Neverland and published by Natsume. Released for the Nintendo DS in 2008, the game is part of the “Rune Factory” series, which combines traditional farming simulation with fantasy elements, exploration, and adventure.

As a direct sequel to the original “Rune Factory: A Fantasy Harvest Moon,” the game offers players the opportunity to experience a new story while building upon the gameplay mechanics established in the first game.

In “Rune Factory 2,” players assume the role of a young hero who inherits a farm from their father. The game is divided into two main parts: farming and dungeon exploration. Players are tasked with managing their farm, planting and harvesting crops, raising animals, and expanding their property. The farming aspect involves careful planning and resource management to maintain a successful and thriving farm.

Additionally, the game features a dungeon-crawling component where players can explore various dungeons, battle monsters, and gather valuable resources. Combat is action-oriented, and players can use a variety of weapons and magic spells to defeat enemies. Engaging in combat and exploring dungeons is essential for obtaining valuable items and uncovering the game’s story.

One of the unique features of “Rune Factory 2” is the ability to get married and start a family. Players can form relationships with characters in the town, and eventually, get married and have children. The children can grow up and inherit certain traits from their parents, creating a generational aspect to the gameplay.

The game’s visuals on the Nintendo DS showcase colorful and charming character designs, environments, and creatures. The top screen displays the action, while the touch screen provides an interface for managing inventory, tools, and interactions.

“Rune Factory 2: A Fantasy Harvest Moon” received positive reviews for its engaging blend of farming simulation, dungeon exploration, and role-playing elements. It offered a fresh take on the traditional “Harvest Moon” formula, expanding the gameplay and introducing new mechanics. The game’s unique combination of farming, combat, and family life contributed to its appeal among fans of both the simulation and RPG genres.

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