Lately I've been tweeting a lot (or the equivalent in my case) about Stardew Valley. Ravanel noticed that. She also noticed that I haven't made any post about the game. So she decided to
blackmail me ask me to write some posts about it.
Since she knew almost nothing about the game I thought a review would be a good idea. I might do a few more posts about Stardew Valley after this but it is something I need to think about.
The shorthand I usually hear the most for Stardew Valley is that it is like Harvest Moon/Rune Factory but better. I never played that game series, only heard about it, so I can't really compare. Another game I hear comparisons about is Animal Crossing but that is another I never got the chance to play. If your case is like mine then read on and I will try to explain what the game is about and why it is so fun.
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Usually I avoid doing reviews. Not because I hate them simply because I feel like there are other people who are much better at it than I am and I rather not parrot what they say. But then there are those moments where a game resonates with me so strongly in some way that I just feel like praising it to everyone I meet. Unfortunately just saying "Play this game! It is awesome!" is a very poor way to get people interested in said games. Therefore I find myself trying my hand at something resembling a review. This is one such an occasion.
So, about this game, it is an adventure game about a girl called Fran Bow that was living happily with her family and her best friend, a cat called Mr. Midnight, until one night while she was trying to sleep she saw an horrible creature peeking through her window. The next minute Fran heard her mother screaming and when she went to her parents bedroom she found them brutally murdered. Next thing she knows she is an asylum for kids who suffer from psychiatric problems. During one of her sessions she end up taking a new medication that the doctor hopes to help her. It ends up having quite the opposite effect, making her see a lot of creepy and horrible things that others can't see. It is at that point that Fran decides to escape the Asylum, find Mr. Midnight and discover who murdered her parents.
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