Stardew Valley review
The description of Stardew Valley
Stardew Valley is a well-executed farming simulator game where you can farm, fish, explore, fight, and craft your way to success.
The game is developed by a single person, Eric Barone (aka ConcernedApe), who took four years to make the game. The game is published by Chucklefish.
The game is available on Windows (PC), OS X and Linux operating systems. Lately, it also came mobile.
Stardew Valley gameplay is similar to the Harvest Moon series (aka Farm Stories) with RPG elements. It is an RPG-Simulation game with a farming theme. The game is set in a fictional rural community called Stardew Valley, where the player-character has inherited a plot of land and a small house. The game mostly consists of the player working to upgrade their farm, whilst improving relationships with the townsfolk, who act as non-player characters (NPC) within the game.
Stardew Valley graphics are 2d with view from above. In a way it is like old SNES games like Harvest Moon. It's a very good choice for a farming game. In the original Harvest Moon games you had a view from above and it was not very detailed. It was not very detailed because they probably didn't had the power to do it. Nowdays there are games with 3d graphics and it's not as much fun to play them as 2d games. I think 2d games are more fun than 3d. The graphics in Stardew Valley are very good. It's very detailed and a little bit pixelated but that only makes things better.
Stardew Valley controls take some time to get used to, but once you get used to it, it's pretty simple. With your controller, you can move the character (W/S/A/D) and you can also move the camera (left/right/up/down move the camera). The camera can be reset to default with the "Y" button. You can also move the character with mouse, just click and drag the mouse. You can move the camera with arrow keys on your keyboard. There’s also a version of controls for mobile devices.