DORAEMON STORY OF SEASONS - Review
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by Ferina on Steam
It's Story of Seasons, but a little different than you're probably used to. If you like Doraemon, this is probably for you. If you want the usual Story of Seasons, you might be a little put off, but it's still fun so far.
The intro/tutorial takes so long. So very, very, very long - plan for almost an hour. If you skip cutscenes, you may end up completely lost on what you're supposed to do next.
Controls are not great - zoom level does not persist between screen changes.
Hard to click on items, no auto looting resources, and difficult to highlight things to perform actions on them (talk, pick up, ship).
Fishing bait doesn't indicate that the bait is in place, and you can use up an entire stack on the same cast.
We Count Stacks:
Everything is so expensive, and the game is not great at telling you how much you're going to make for the things you ship. You have to go to the mayor's house to check the logs if you want to know.
I'm finding fishing is highly profitable, however it's very time consuming both in game and real life but if you want those upgrades, well, pitter patter.
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by biohazardgang on Steam
- After a few hours, I haven't encountered any bug or glitch. (If there was any minor one, I didn't notice it) Tested on i7-6700, GTX1060 6GB, 32GB RAM, Win10 64bit, SATA hard drive. The frame rate is steady (I set the limit to 60 fps). And it's less than 1GB on the hard drive.
- The game is basically Harvest Moon: Back to Nature with bigger map, improved quality-of-life features, gorgeous watercolor graphics, and beautiful BGM. (In case you didn't know, Story of Seasons is practically Harvest Moon. They just don't call it that due to some license issue.)
- Some players complain about the control. I guess they use KB+M which I haven't tried (and I don't think I would). I use Xbox One controller and it works great.
- Having two of my most beloved franchises in the same game is a must-buy for me. But if you're not a Doraemon fan, you might want to check out Wiki a little just to give you some background about Doraemon's gadgets, these kids' characters, and how the special 'adventure' episodes of Doraemon are structured.
- Using characters from Doraemon has its negative side. It means Noby (Nobita) can't hit on girls around town or he'll be way out of character, unlike the main guy in HM:BtN (or the main girl in that other HM game). So, romance is out the window here. You can still give gifts to the townspeople to make them like you more though.
- Two minor complaints.
1) If you grew up in the countries where they translated the manga character names as close to the Japanese names as possible (Nobita, Shizuka, Suneo, Giant) you'll find that the English names (Noby, Sue, Sneech, Big G) really, really stick out in a weird way. It'd be ideal if the dev could patch in an option to pick between the original names and the westernized ones.
2) There's no transparency when you're behind a tree, and if items drop behind a tree, you also can't see them and you just have to walk around until you see the 'Pick Up' button prompt.
*** EDIT ***
Another complaint: No cloud save. It's not a big deal if you play on one machine. Well, it's still not that big a deal when you play on several machines. It's inconvenient though.
For a HM+Doraemon fan, this should be a no-brainer.
For a HM fan who doesn't know anything about Doraemon, this game is still a good HM entry on PC.
by milkytchannel on Steam
I love Doraemon and harvest moon as a child, and this combination is like a dream come true for me. It's a super beautiful and polished game. I really enjoyed the start of the game and the art style. It feels like living in a watercolor book. The characters are unique and interesting. I wish they have more cut scene so I could get to know the characters better.
Unfortunately, the game mechanic is quite simple. We have all the basic harvest moon features, but it's missing things that i like about other simulation games such as crafting. Maybe when I get further in game, I could explore more of those things.
My first impression video: https://youtu.be/zyc5SNJA57M
by texhnolyze on Steam
Harvest Moon Meets Doraemon and Friends
The game is basically that, everything you loved about Harvest Moon is in here, combined with everyone's favorite Doraemon and friends. You don't need to know anything about Doraemon to enjoy this, but if you do, it'll vastly improve your enjoyment as you will feel at home with the story and the characters. The game perfectly blends the Harvest Moon gameplay with Doraemon franchise, which can be seen in the story development and Doraemon's gadget to make your farm life easier.
The visuals are so beautiful with hand-drawn backgrounds and cute characters and animals, and the game is only 700mb in size! Regarding the PC port, it's pretty tame in term of requirements. Everyone with a modest PC should be able to run it full speed at 4K. The game also has native Dualshock 4 support which is a nice bonus for me. That said, the PC configs are pretty bare bones with only a few settings to tweak. And the resolution options are pretty limited and weird (no 1440p, but there are 4:3 options).
More on the negative side, the English language version alters the characters' name with "Disney" version. For example, Nobita becomes Noby, Shizuka is Sue, etc. There's voice acting, but very limited to short catchphrases and grunts and groans. Furthermore, the amount of content and system complexity in this game is still not on par if compared with the previous Story of Seasons games. There are fewer crop variety, fewer events, fewer townsfolks, fewer farm/tool customization, etc. That said, if you haven't played the newest entries in the series, Doraemon Story of Seasons has quite a lot of improvements and additions from the PS1/PS2 era Harvest Moon games.
Overall, Doraemon: Story of Seasons is a super charming farming simulator and you owe it to yourself to play this game if you're a fan of Harvest Moon and/or Doraemon.
Coaround are so da hope we get more Story of Season game on PC in the future...
by DWapang on Steam
Coming from the REAL Developer of Harvest Moon, this is the Harvest Moon game that we need...
Gameplay is simple, especially if you already familiar with Harvest Moon game.
The water colour background are so damn beautiful, the only thing that bothering me is the 3D character is not having any facial expression. Despite that, it's still looks beautiful tho.
I hope we get more Story of Season game on PC in the future...
by McLovin on Steam
Unrealistic game. Nobita is a lazy kid, not a hard-working kid :D
3 hrs gameplay and it feels like i was playing my old harvest moon game... the only things that i hate is watching the tutorial for eternity until you freely go around the town. buy it if you love doraemon and harvest moo
by Lokang31 on Steam
3 hrs gameplay and it feels like i was playing my old harvest moon game... the only things that i hate is watching the tutorial for eternity until you freely go around the town. buy it if you love doraemon and harvest moon (story of seasons)
ke play10 froth the safe data or if you want to take a nap on bed. You will ended sleeping on the bed and have unfinished work from yesterday. :(
by VINCENTALIM on Steam
I love this game so much!
90% feels like playing Harvest Moon : Back to Nature, not like the others Harvest Moon game which is worse. This game is beautiful, the gameplay is superb and Doraemon theme & story make it more perfecto!
9.5/10 from me!
But be careful with the safe data or if you want to take a nap on bed. You will ended sleeping on the bed and have unfinished work from yesterday. :(
by Berumotto on Steam
Overall is good, graphic, story etc.
But please add steam cloud.
I am a big fan of Doraemon. Good graphic, good story. Recommended
by nobikung on Steam
I am a big fan of Doraemon. Good graphic, good story. Recommended
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