Remember That Inaccessible Path In Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life? The Remake Might Change That

No link cable needed!

For those of us who didn’t have a link cable or a Game Boy Advance, the GameCube era sometimes felt like you were getting locked out of content that all the richer kids on the playground would boast about. There was the Tingle Tuner in Wind Waker, new content and secrets in games from Harry Potter to Crash Bandicoot, and an entire new town in Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life.

Back on the GameCube, A Wonderful Life had a path near the farm that went up a hill, but it didn’t go anywhere. Trying to go up the path would lead to a cutscene where the Harvest Sprites would halt you, saying that you could find out “what’s going on” by linking up with Friends of Mineral Town on the Game Boy Advance, which required the link cable, a GBA, and a copy of the game.

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