Doraemon: story of seasons for switch reviews


Doraemon: Story of Seasons is an absolute beauty, và exploring Natura & its surrounding areas is just as enjoyable as other elements in the game. It feels like there is a distinct personality khổng lồ the game, and that’s expressed through Doraemon: Story of Seasons’ painterly look, which is pulled off perfectly. When you phối in the addition of the day & night cycle & titular seasons, the game goes from pretty plain-looking to lớn legitimately being one of the charming-looking games we’ve seen on the Switch. While it might not be technically impressive sầu, the game’s art style is beautiful và brings that unique Doraetháng personality to the game in the process.

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There are a wealth of things to lớn vị in Natura, & much lượt thích other games in the genre such as Stardew Valley or Harvest Moon, you’re able to lớn interact with other villagers, give them gifts and slowly foster relationships with the people around you. This is serviced through gathering items in other areas, giving them gifts, or running errands for them. Combined with managing your farm & planting seeds khổng lồ grow, it’s likely that the game will never really leave you wanting if you’re dedicated to lớn farming và growing crops. You also manage the animal herds, và can easily get lost in the endless farming và tasks at h&.

This will lead lớn you exploring out in the world, where you’re able to lớn use items khổng lồ mine for ore khổng lồ make money lớn tăng cấp your gear for more efficient farming. As you descover into the real nitty-gritty of Doraemon: Story of Seasons, there really is limitless potential for those folks who want to lớn collect every bug, get rich through mining ores, craft decorations, or just want to make an exceedingly pretty farm. Personally, we spent hours making thousands of loaves of bread in order khổng lồ make money, since it is pretty tight in-game. It was fairly simple, it was fairly repetitive, but it was relaxing and rewarding at the same time. Granted, if you’re grinding for something particular that requires a certain time of day in a certain place it can get tiring, but for the most part, the sheer amount of activities you can perkhung in Doraemon: Story of Seasons carries it through.


There is a minor gripe that we have with the game, which is that marriages are not present for obvious thematic reasons, given that you play as a child. However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a meaningful arc to lớn Doraemon: Story of Seasons. There are story beats to pay attention lớn, & they’re just awash with the cheese và pomp that you’d come to lớn expect from a Doraemon game, which is incredibly welcome. The family-friendly themes, alongside the wonderful cast of characters, mean that you’re always left grinning. There"s a lot khổng lồ be said for a game that puts a smile on your face.

Doraemon: Story of Seasons is incredibly slow-paced, meaning that its ikhuyến mãi for those wanting to chip away at these tasks on the go; the saving system is streamlined in comparison to older Story of Seasons games, which makes it ideal to take with you on the road. However, the slow pace of the game meant that it took over an hour for us to get over the introductory hump and finally get out into lớn the world. You will absolutely need some time khổng lồ set aside from the get-go to lớn just to phối everything up.

Story of Seasons veterans might not have much lớn find here outside of a new liông chồng of paint và availability on the Switch, so it makes the game harder to lớn recommkết thúc khổng lồ older players who may be used to the previous games. Nevertheless, Doraemon: Story of Seasons does streamline some aspects and that makes the game a slightly more palatable ride for those who might not be used lớn this type of adventure.


Doraemon: Story of Seasons is an enchanting, relaxing romp through a world that is so much simpler than ours. With gorgeous visuals and a never-ending danh sách of things to lớn vì chưng, it’s unlikely that you’ll get bored while playing it. While its slow-pace might turn off some, it’s incredibly welcome khổng lồ play a game where the fate of the world isn’t at stake, & you can instead just sit down và decide what plants you might want khổng lồ grow for the upcoming year.

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A never-ending menu of things khổng lồ doGorgeous art-styleA relaxing, friendly atmosphereMight be too slow-paced for some playersYou may be overwhelmed with the grindingMarriages are missing

Good 7/10

Scoring Policynhận xét copy provided by Bandẻo Namco


Sun 27th Oct 2019

It does look pretty fun while I’m waiting for Rune Factory goodness but I would miss the marriage aspect. Nothing beats repeatedly giving your waifu/husbanvì turnips until they love you.

Sun 27th Oct 2019

Something to hold me over until Story of Seasons Friends of Mineral Town comes out. I really hope they stealth drop that within the next week or two.


Sun 27th Oct 2019

I don"t know. I like Rune Factory more because of the combat. I"ve never played Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons or Animal Crossing because I think they"re all similar và have no combat.

Sun 27th Oct 2019

Since the reviewer seems confused by the name situation still...Both Harvest Moon (to lớn 2013) & Story of Seasons (2015 on) are the same series, called Bokujou Monogatari in Japan.

The game titled "Story of Seasons" in the west was just another entry in the series, subtitled "Connecting New Worlds" in Japan.It"s just lượt thích how the game titled "Fire Emblem" in the west was just another entry in the series, subtitled "Blazing Blade" in Japan.

Sun 27th Oct 2019

A Marriage in this game isn"t a must. These are children. Everyone wants khổng lồ get married these days... in games

bluesun I think the confusion stems from the fact that they continued making games under the Harvest Moon name, that aren"t related or in the same series. For Japanese players, sure, it"s easy lớn tell the difference but for someone who hasn"t followed the series in 10 years, you can see why they would be confused.

bluesun The thing is that the current Harvest Moon Games are not connected to lớn the OG Harvest Moon games and the current Story of Seasons games; not only in the fact does it not have sầu any of the OG devs on it, but while Story of Seasons continues lớn improve sầu the core of what the OG Harvest Moon games did; the current Harvest Moon games are dirty cash grabs.

Sun 27th Oct 2019

"Marriage are missing"

Oh, well... I understand.