The Harvest Moon series is iconic to Natsume, as it released on many platforms over the years. Originating on the Super Nintendo and finding homes on platforms like the PlayStation, it continues to this day with new games. But PS4 gamers didn’t get a new game in the series and might want to give the series a shot. According to the ESRB, they might be able to soon.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board has rated the 2001-launched Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland and 2004-launched Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition for PlayStation 4.
Both titles were originally released for PlayStation 2. That said, these will likely be PlayStation 2-on-PlayStation 4 re-releases. And Natsume’s first at that.
Reported by Gematsu, the ESRB has rated two PS2 Harvest Moon games for the PS4 which implies a PS2-to-PS4 Classic release in the near future. If you love this series, than consider picking these up once they release on the PlayStation Network! It is great to see more PS2 Classics release on the PS4, as while they take longer to come out compared to PS1 Classics on the PS3/PSP/PS Vita, it is great to see older games get new life on newer platforms.