Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley
4.5 Review



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Chucklefish Limited

367.1 MB

Jan 21, 2021

Chucklefish Limited

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January 12, 2021

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Stardew Valley is an open country life simulation game, developed by ConcernedApe and published by Chucklefish, the author of Starbound. In the game, the player takes on the role of the protagonist of "Stardew Valley", who inherited his grandfather's farm and operates the entire ranch.

After starting the game, players can create their favorite characters through the way of pin-up. There are 24 skin tones, 32 hairstyles, 112 types of clothes, and 20 types of accessories. By using different tools for different daily tasks, players can accumulate the skill experience value of the field, and then improve the corresponding skill level. Higher skill levels allow players to unlock synthetic recipes in the field, or to choose specialized skills with huge bonuses to further enhance their character's specialties. Note that recipes unlocked through skill upgrades are only available at the end of the day, after automatic archiving.

How to play

Farm Construction

At the beginning of the game, what you get are overgrown fields and a small cabin, as the game progresses and props to collect you can expand your cabin, plant a variety of crops or livestock, all depending on your preferences. Also, fishing is very interesting and good for making money.

Skill Levels

Almost every action you take will raise the corresponding skill level, agriculture, mining, combat, fishing, and foraging are five skills that will open up new areas and play styles as you level up.

Social System

Your interaction with each of the townspeople will increase your goodwill, and this is one of the more important elements, such as quests, marriages. All require goodwill as a prerequisite.

Mine Exploration

After completing the initial quests you will unlock the mining cave, this is where the adventure and mining take place, many of the game's tools and buildings and other systems require more support, and sometimes different quests need to be mined to complete.

Editors' Review

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Stardew Valley is a beautiful and fun game, with all parts of the game coming together to form a wonderful countryside adventure. Whether it's sunny or rainy, snowy or pollen-filled, every day in Stardew Valley has a wealth of activities to participate in and new friends to make. There are still mysteries to be explored and props to be collected. Since the game's launch, all of the updates have added new props, new objectives, and new events that are more friendly to new players, and they've done a great job of extending the life of this four-season farming game.

Game attributes

There are two different attributes in the game, Life, and Energy.

Life: The UI is located to the left of the energy value in the lower right corner of the user interface. The life value is only displayed when the character has less life or is in a mine. When outside of the mines, the character only consumes life when hit by trains on the railroad or attacked by slimes in the secret forest and slime houses.

Energy: Players consume energy when they use tools, fish, fight, or eat food that reduces energy. Players can restore energy by eating various foods and soaking in hot springs. If the player runs out of energy, the recovery effect will be reduced by half. Eating a Star Fruit will permanently increase the player's maximum energy value by 34 points.

Game features

1. The details of the graphics in this game are also very good, such as the gradual change of the waves on the beach, windy days fluttering flower petals, roadside rabbits, hidden schools of fish, walking through the weeds when the fluctuations, all that are the details of the game.

2. Improve your skills over time. As you go from a struggling greenhorn antelope to a farmer, you'll gain balance in 5 different areas: farming, mining, fighting, fishing, and foraging. As you progress, you'll learn new cooking and crafting recipes, open up new areas to explore and customize your skills to choose from a variety of professions.

3. Breathing new life into the valley, the old way of life in Stardew Valley has changed since the opening of Jojamat. Much of the town's infrastructure had fallen into disrepair.

4. Courts and married partners to share your life on the farm. Once married, your partner will live on the farm with you. Who knows, maybe you'll have kids and start a family?

5. Spend a relaxing afternoon at a local fishing spot, a body of water that produces a variety of delicious fish in season. Handcraft lures, jigs, and crappie pots to help you catch every fish and become a local legend!

6. Customize your character and the look of the house. You can choose hundreds of decorative items, you'll create your dream home easily!

Game reviews

Whenever I start a new farm in Stardew Cereal or open my 100-hour PC archive again, I experience a sense of home. The sense of comfort I experience in Stardew Valley is like no other game. The music that changes with the seasons fits perfectly with the simple country town, and the excitement I experienced while living a peaceful daily life and exploring the mysteries of the land. Whether you want to farm, fish, fight, build, mine, be everyone's best friend, or do a little of each, this farming adventure has plenty of content for you to enjoy.

On top of the original review, Stardew Valley is a beautiful way to blend farming simulations and RPG elements with each other to create a fun, engaging farming world. Stardew Valley has gotten better with each major free update. With multiplayer, new items, buildings, farm types, events, and relationships, these updates have provided a stronger foundation for Stardew Valley, giving players even more reason to hang around and enjoy the kinds of content they've been dreaming of as the game progresses into its third year.


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