Stardew Valley review
Stardew Valley is a game developed by ConcernedApe and published by Chucklefish. It is an open-ended country-life RPG with a focus on farming, crafting and exploration. The game was first released in 2016, for the Windows, OS X, Linux, and Xbox One platforms. On May 12, 2017, Stardew Valley was released for the PS4 and the PS Vita.
The player is able to take on the role of their own character, heir to their grandfather's old farm, which has been in the family since before the town was founded. Players can do typical RPG-style quests and develop skills like farming, fighting, and crafting. Players can also choose to live a more simple life of fishing and gathering resources from the wilderness. Gameplay consists of the player taking control of a character who has inherited a farm from their grandfather. The player can then plant and harvest various crops, raise various animals, and craft a variety of goods.
The graphics of Stardew Valley are simplistic, but their simplicity adds to the charm of the game. The colors are vibrant and the textures are well done. One of the best features of the graphics is the day-night cycle. The sky is beautiful at night, with the stars and the moon.
The game is open-ended and there are many different ways for the player to spend their time. There is a lot of exploration in the game, and the player is able to do many different things. This gives the player many opportunities to play the game over again, and find new things they had not seen before. The game is procedurally generated and has many different endings to the game. The game is also highly moddable. There are also a variety of different quests and seasonal events available to play.