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Harvest Moon DS Cute

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Harvest Moon DS Cute

Also known as: Bokujou Monogatari: Colobocle Station for Girls (JP)
Developer: TOSE
Publishers: Marvelous Entertainment (JP), Natsume (US), Daewon Game, Ironos Co. (KR)
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: December 8, 2005
Released in US: March 15, 2008
Released in KR: November 26, 2009

MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Not as much as the Boy's version, but there's some untranslated text in places.

Apparently, the original Harvest Moon DS wasn't cute enough.

Most, if not all, of the unused content is carried over to here.

Regional Differences

Developer/Publisher Logos

North America South Korea
HMDSCute Natsume Logo.png HMDS Ironos Logo.png
HMDS DaewonGame Logo.png

In North America, this game was published by Natsume, though the logo used here is different from the previous game, Harvest Moon DS. The South Korean graphics are the exact same as Harvest Moon DS.

Japan North America/South Korea
HMDS OldMMV Logo.png HMDS NewMMV Logo.png

The Marvelous logo was updated when the game was localised in North America and South Korea, as it came out there after Marvelous' renaming from "Marvelous Interactive Inc." to "Marvelous Entertainment Inc."

Title Screen

Japan North America South Korea
ColobockleStationGirlJPNTitle.png Harvest Moon DS Cute-title.png ColobockleStationGirlKORTitle.png

GBA Link

In addition to the A Wonderful Life GBA-link features removed in the US Boy version, the US Cute version also removes the bonus CDs obtainable from the GBA games, (More) Friends of Mineral Town. However, it's still possible to invite the extra characters from (More) Friends of Mineral Town by having the game plugged into the DS' GBA slot. Unlike the original bachelorettes in Harvest Moon DS, marrying a bachelor from More Friends of Mineral Town won't immediately end your game.

"Best Friend" System

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Is there any unused text relating to this?

When Marvelous ported the code from the Boy version, they retained the Boy-version love events with Leia, Witch, Keria, and the Goddess, who are marriage candidates in the Japanese version, using a system called the "Best Friends" system. This includes all the Heart Events and text used during wedding ceremonies and other romance related events.

In the American version, though, they are no longer possible to marry, as they will reject your Blue Feather. Despite that, their "Best Friend" Heart events and Love Points can still be viewed. Natsume mentioned that this was done to avoid alienating the games' target audience.

The option to marry same-sex characters would finally return in international versions of Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town.