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Stardew Valley
Posted 3/28/16
I've been playing Stardew Valley, and I really enjoyed it. How about you?
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Posted 3/28/16
I enjoyed it, once, and perhaps will again. It has problems, but doesn't everything.
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Posted 3/28/16
Wanna get it, but I'm waiting till Spring Break. Seems fun from what I've seen
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Posted 3/28/16
Eh.. Not for me.
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29 / M / B.C, Canada
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Posted 3/28/16
10/10

Was rejected by every romance option, would waste time with fave gifts and useless dialogue all over again...Not.
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27 / M / London
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Posted 3/28/16
It was fun until I got married.
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Posted 3/29/16
Picked it up from Steam on the recommendations of a wide number of friends and acquaintances, but have not made a formal start of it yet. Too many games competing for my free time.
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Posted 3/29/16 , edited 3/29/16
I think I have ninety hours sunk into that game. It's quite a gem, and is scratching that Harvest Moon itch that hasn't been satisfied in decades. It reminds me of spending all day playing that game on the SNES.

It feels like Harvest Moon for people who grew up playing Harvest Moon. It has all the optimism and charm of that game, but is willing to explore themes of depression, ennui, homelessness, changing values, and the challenges and pleasures of small town living. I think more than anything, the fact that it's engaging with material that Nintendo wouldn't have allowed is a huge draw for me. It is truly mature, one that can reconcile difficult issues with the fact that life isn't always misery and violence.

There's obviously a lot of room for improvement, particularly in regards to content, but that's to be expected. Those games never have enough dialogue, events, and secrets. That said, the developer seems to love his work and given its financial success, I'm hoping to see him add to it for some time to come.
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Posted 3/29/16
Seriously I know I suck with women lately in real life but damn does this game like making my character a confirmed bachelor. Man if I wanted to be shot down this many times in a single 72 hour span I would just approach women in the gym.
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Posted 3/29/16
Got 96 hours into it & in year 2 with almost all the achievements, a huge farm, everybody loves me, married with Penny with a kid on the way. Too many happy go lucky feelings so I'm taking a break & playing Darkest Dungeon.
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Posted 3/30/16

Damien27 wrote:

everybody loves me, married with Penny with a kid on the way. .


I hate you, I can't seem to get any of the girls or boys romantically interested in me.
Posted 3/30/16

Ranwolf wrote:

Seriously I know I suck with women lately in real life but damn does this game like making my character a confirmed bachelor. Man if I wanted to be shot down this many times in a single 72 hour span I would just approach women in the gym.


I would try a variety of items if you're not interested in using a guide. Typical items such as gems work, as well as talking to their relatives once a day could reveal a variety of tips on what you need to gift, as well as talking to the person themselves. It's basically gift spam till marriage. For example, try diamonds, although you might want to craft a crystallarium first.
Posted 3/30/16 , edited 3/30/16

JaydraDawn wrote:

I think I have ninety hours sunk into that game. It's quite a gem, and is scratching that Harvest Moon itch that hasn't been satisfied in decades. It reminds me of spending all day playing that game on the SNES.

It feels like Harvest Moon for people who grew up playing Harvest Moon. It has all the optimism and charm of that game, but is willing to explore themes of depression, ennui, homelessness, changing values, and the challenges and pleasures of small town living. I think more than anything, the fact that it's engaging with material that Nintendo wouldn't have allowed is a huge draw for me. It is truly mature, one that can reconcile difficult issues with the fact that life isn't always misery and violence.

There's obviously a lot of room for improvement, particularly in regards to content, but that's to be expected. Those games never have enough dialogue, events, and secrets. That said, the developer seems to love his work and given its financial success, I'm hoping to see him add to it for some time to come.


I cried when I found about Linus.



Than there was the part with Leah and her ex. Abigail and her atypical obsessions....
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Posted 3/30/16
I find it hard to take a moral high ground against Linus and his hobbies. It is sometimes the only way to get some of those more irritating fish, given how irritating fishing is in general.
Speaking of Leah, of the female "interests", only she and Penny even appear to be adults. Maru's like 12, Abby's like 16. Haley is eternally five.
Posted 3/30/16 , edited 3/30/16

gornotck wrote:

I find it hard to take a moral high ground against Linus and his hobbies. It is sometimes the only way to get some of those more irritating fish, given how irritating fishing is in general.
Speaking of Leah, of the female "interests", only she and Penny even appear to be adults. Maru's like 12, Abby's like 16. Haley is eternally five.


At first, I wasn't sure if he was homeless by choice or of a differing nature, but it broke my heart. Also, I found the character Portraits to be super ugly for half of them, especially Haley, Maru, and Abigail. I like Leah's though.


I mean, look at hese wonderful anime mods I had to install to fully enjoy the game!










Than look at the originals.








Jesus Christ.
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