4 comments on “Popular Games I Hate: “Stardew Valley”.

  1. I’ve never played it, but I’ve heard of it. From what I saw it looked fun. But I feel like I’d have to play it myself to have an opinion of it overall.

  2. It’s funny. I love the game and don’t feel any real rush to get things done unless it’s a rush I place upon myself (like I plant too many crops and can’t water them all in time to do other tasks. I could cut them down or let them die, but I don’t want to). The game literally progresses over years of in-game time and there’s no real “game over” or losing so you can just do whatever whenever. It is precisely as slow or fast as you make it.

    • Perhaps it’s one of those games I just wasn’t in the right frame of mind of when I played it. That seems to happen a lot these days. But more than likely it’s just not something I can really get into. Sad for me I guess. Glad you’re enjoying it though. As long as people are enjoying gaming, I’m happy.

  3. There’s no consequences in the game and all the characters are bland and one dimensional, you get preached at the entire main story how moving to the country is the vastly superior life choice. The game does a good job at alienating the player, so much so that I don’t ever interact with any of the npcs. All of the npcs are pretty much shallow and using the player for their own game. It’s another indie game made by one person that gets so much praise but… i think that solely comes from its price point. It’s not polished, the ideas are sparse, and halfway through you have a ton of money but nothing to buy.

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