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One of Goog's readers mentioned that they released a girl's version of Harvest Moon in Japan. They did, and I have an advertisement on the back of an issue of Nakayoshi (phonebook-sized little girls manga magazine, published Card Captor Sakura, Rayearth and Sailor Moon.) Unfortunately, it's not one of the issues that I have up at school with me so I can't give you a scan. (I can't translate it that well, either.)
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I learned to put the toilet seat down... it makes you look like a warm, caring, sensitive human being.
|And I've learned that when women say no, they mean no. Today was the annual Take Back the Night march on campus. The women march to take the night back from ghosts, vampires, communists, Microsoft, or whoever is in current possesion of the night at the moment. Whoever it is must've really screwed up, though.|
Someone asked yesterday about Harvest Moon for Girls, the aptly named version of Harvest Moon where you play as a girl. It's for the Playstation, and is very much like HM Back to Nature, except the playable character is a girl. The same people live in the village, and the player can marry one of the men. No word on whether the player can have a baby, though. Glad I could help!
|Sorry, missy, but it looks like you're two slots too late! Fortunatly, Lady Starlight does offer us the horrific concept of the main character in a sim getting knocked up. Will you quit your love of farming to raise a baby? Just sell the baby to gypsies. There aren't enough Gypsies in the world, and they need all the people they can get.|
In the last column, google assumed the guy in the column before that was refering to SW:G. Theres another PC/Xbox SW RPG, namley Knight of old Repulic (or something similar to that) in the works by Black Isle, its just as likley the guy was refering to that.
|For those of you who are curious, Black Isle's "Knights of the Old Republic" will be set four thousand years before the Star Wars story. It will run using the same engine as Neverwinter Nights. Sounds sweet.|
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