Stardew Valley Review

Stardew Valley is a game where you can take your time and do whatever you like. Except for having a great time and being as creative as you want with your own farm, there is no main objective to the game. There are four seasons in the game: spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each one has an impact on the people of the town with whom you can interact. It also has an influence on the types of crops you can produce, the fish you can catch, and the town’s festivities.

This type of game is ideal for someone who wants to unwind and do nothing but play a game. There are no dangers to the game, and there are no ways to lose either. Unfortunately, there is no real way to win. This is a creative game with the only goal of helping you in relaxing. From the artwork to the soundtrack, this game is calming and relaxing in every way.

You can have either a dog or a cat as a pet. It even lets you skip the opening if you’re starting over. You have a variety of options when it comes to farms. Each one focuses more on specific talents that can be improved. The first farm is the typical one, with the greatest land and thus the easiest to cultivate. The Riverland Farm is the second farm, and it’s where you’ll find it easiest to fish and level up your farm. The third farm is the forest farm, which contains a nearby forest, making it much easier to boost your forging skills.

If you want to be married, you can do it in the same way as you can in Harvest Moon. This can be accomplished by acquiring hearts with specific single characters in the game. To even begin the process, you must have an expanded home and a strong relationship. There are more stages to getting married in the game, but discovering them is part of the adventure. Every character has a favorite object, a few that they only enjoy a little, and a few that they despise. The townsfolk will send you gifts and other items when you befriend them.

The game contains a skill system in which you can level up five different types of skills. Farming, mining, forging, fishing, and combat are among these abilities. Each one has its own set of advantages. You can choose between two alternative benefits in the skill type at level 5 on any skills tree. For example, farming at level 5 allows you to choose between making more money selling crops or making more money selling animal goods.

As you level up your talents, you can make a variety of items that can assist you in various ways. Some of them are only cosmetic, but they give you the sense that you are genuinely customizing your Farm or House. Others may be able to assist in making farming or fishing easier. It all depends on the skill tree you’ve progressed through. You can also level up all of your skills and use the many crafting supplies that you receive to enhance other skills. Having a high mining skill, for example, allows for mining bonuses, making it easier to obtain ore for item upgrading.

Overall, this game is appropriate for players of all ages and styles. It has cartoon-like aesthetics and very little violence. Every topic is suited for people of all ages. If the player chooses not to speak to anyone, the game will proceed in the same manner as if they did speak to everyone. All of your choices affect the outcome of what can happen in the game, however the game is primarily designed for amusement with no true goal.