Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns Game’s New Trailer Previews Super Mario Bros. Outfits
XSEED Games began streaming a “Let’s-a-Go! Trailer” on Friday for its upcoming release of the Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns (Bokujō Monogatari: Mitsu no Sato no Taisetsu na Tomodachi) Nintendo 3DS game. The trailer previews Super Mario Brothers costumes that will be available to use in the game.
The Mario outfit will grant a running speed boost, the Luigi outfit will improve luck at fishing, the Princess Peach outfit will improve friendships with other characters, and the Toad outfit will recharge stamina over time.
XSEED Games will release the game in North America on February 28. Those who pre-order the game in North America will receive a small plushie for the game’s capybara pet “Capy-san.”
The game shipped in Japan on June 23 as a celebration of the Bokujō Monogatari game franchise’s 20th anniversary.
The game features three locales: Lulucoco Town (Lulucoco Mura), Tsuyukusa Village (Tsuyukusa no Sato or Dew Grass Village), and Wes Town. Players are able to build facilities on their farm, which modifies the rate of crop growth and efficiency depending on their arrangement. Players are also able to raise pets that live with them in their home. Players can take the pet to festival events in the village. The game includes the ability to fish, participate in seasonal festivals, and work part-time jobs. Players are able to create a custom character, and are able to choose their gender and appearance. NPCs exist in the game that players can build relationships with. Players are able to eventually marry NPCs, and can have children with them.
Natsume published most of the previous games in the franchise under the umbrella title of Harvest Moon in North America. However, since XSEED Games — Marvelous AQL‘s own subsidiary — published the most recent game in North America, it cannot use Natsume’s Harvest Moon title. The last game, Bokujō Monogatari: Tsunagaru Shin Tenchi for Nintendo 3DS, debuted in North America under the title Story of Seasons in March 2015.