Story of Seasons: Good Friends of Three Villages introduces Tsuyukusa Village marriage candidates

Official website shares short gameplay clips.

Marvelous has introduced two new marriage candidates from Story of Seasons: Good Friends of Three Villages.

While we’ve previously met marriage candidates from Wes Town, one of the game’s three villages players can visit, today’s update introduces marriage candidates from Tsuyukusa Village.

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Get the information below.

■ Tsuyukusa Village Marriage Candidates

Tsuyukusa Village is a village with tiled roof buildings and an arched bridge over a flowing river that exudes a nostalgic atmosphere. It has a vast source of water, and is prosperous in paddy fields and cultivated land. You’ll find people wearing kimonos in this village.

Kasumi (Bride Candidate)

Story of Seasons: Good Friends of Three Villages

A teacher who teaches reading and writing in a private school outside of the village.

She doesn’t really talk to men within her age group, and has a quiet personality, but she loves horse riding and such, so there is a lively side to her. She also specializes in the handling of naginata (long swords).

She can usually be found in the Tsuyukusa Village, but she doesn’t seem to be in the village on days when there’s school.

Yuzuki (Groom Candidate)

Story of Seasons: Good Friends of Three Villages

A young man who works as a maker of metallic ornaments.

He has a gentle personality and a friendly atmosphere.

His body was frail since he was a child, and he got well through the hot-spring cure.

He likes sweet foods.

He can usually be found in his workplace.

Additionally, Marvelous launched the game’s official website today, which comes with a variety of short gameplay videos. We’ve compiled the lot below.

Player Creation (Female)

Player Creation (Male)

Crop Creation

Assisting Animals

Farm Building

Story of Seasons: Good Friends of Three Villages is due out for 3DS in Japan in early summer.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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