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Which Console Did You Buy/Receive Over The Holidays?

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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on October 02, 2017

News: If you have been wanting to play Stardew Valley on the go your wait is almost over.


Stardew Valley is headed to the Nintendo Switch this week. It will be arriving on the Nintendo eShop beginning on October 5 according to the CEO and Designer at Chucklefish. Stardew Valley lets players reap the benefits of daylight savings time by taking ownership of a rickety farm where they’ll raise livestock, plant crops, mine for ores and expand the farm while maneuvering through social activities to bring success to Stardew Valley.

Stardew Valley is a farming simulation game that is inspired by the Harvest Moon series. Your character receives a plot of land including a small house once owned by his or her grandparents in Pelican Town. You can select one of five farm maps that will have its own advantages so you will to choose what it is you think is most important. Whichever plot you select will initially have things such as trees, weeds, rocks and more that you need to clear out to so that you can begin turning your farm into a productive piece of real estate.

Stardew Valley also has characters in town that you can interact with and you can even develop relationships with some of them. There are a variety of quests that you can choose to complete that will net you some extra money or perhaps an item that you have been needing to collect a bundle. You have to balance everything against your current health, the game’s clock, how exhausted your character is and things of that nature. If your character does become too exhausted then you will return to your house and be refreshed the next day, however, you will have lost out on the previous day’s opportunities.

Stardew Valley is going to be available on October 5 on the Nintendo Switch for $14.99. Do you plan on picking it up? Tell us what you think below.

source: Twitter

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