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Stardew Valley Collector's Edition - PlayStation 4

  • Publisher: 505 Games
  • SKU: 5762400
  • Release Date: 04/11/2017
ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
Fantasy violence, Mild blood, Mild language, Simulated gambling, Use of alcohol and tobacco
$19.99
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Stardew Valley Collector's Edition
    • Pelican Town Map
    • Mini-Guidebook
    • Stardew Valley Soundtrack

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (208 out of 221)

    Product Details


    • Developer: ConcernedApe
    • Publisher: 505 Games
    • Platform: PlayStation 4
    • Genre: Role Playing|Simulation
    • Release Date: 04/11/2017

    Synopsis


    Start a new virtual life with Stardew Valley for the PlayStation 4. Players can raise crops and animals, help the townspeople and explore a danger-filled cave for a farming RPG with plenty of challenges and variety. Customizable characters of both genders and the ability to decorate your home allow you to play Stardew Valley your way.

    Features


    Collector's Edition includes: Pelican Town Map, Mini-Guidebook, Stardew Valley Soundtrack

    Turn your overgrown field into a lively farm. Raise animals, grow crops, start an orchard, craft useful machines, and more! You'll have plenty of space to create the farm of your dreams

    Improve your skills over time. As you progress, you'll learn new cooking and crafting recipes, unlock new areas to explore, and customize your skills by choosing from a variety of professions

    Become part of the local community. With over 30 unique characters living in Stardew Valley, you won't have a problem finding new friends. Each person has their own daily schedule, birthday, unique mini-cutscenes, and more

    Explore a vast, mysterious cave. As you travel deeper underground, you'll encounter new and dangerous monsters, powerful weapons, valuable gemstones, raw materials for crafting and upgrading tools, and mysteries to be uncovered

    Court and marry a partner to share your life on the farm with. There are 10 available bachelors and bachelorettes to woo, each with unique character progression cutscenes

    Spend a relaxing afternoon at one of the local fishing spots. The waters are teeming with seasonal varieties of delicious fish

    Cook delicious meals and craft useful items to help you out. With over 100 cooking and crafting recipes

    Customize the appearance of your character and house. With hundreds of decorative items to choose from, you'll have no trouble creating the home of your dreams

    For 1 player



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 221 reviews

    94%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A Charming, Addictive Indie Title

      Posted
      Evlsrvr
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      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Stardew Valley has a lot of heart. Graphically, it's a bright, colorful, cute throwback to the 16-bit era JRPG games. The premise is that your character inherits a small shack on a run-down plot of farmland. Your job is to bring it back to its former glory. You start by clearing the debris, then buying seeds, tilling, planting, and watering crops to sell at the market. You can also fish, collect items on the ground to sell, and mine for valuable minerals and ore while facing monsters in randomly-generated dungeon areas. But you only have so much time, health, and energy each day. With experience you can "level up" in each of your skill sets, which increases your stamina, and unlocks new abilities and equipment. As you progress, you can craft new items to make life easier, upgrade your house, and add new buildings and animals to your farm. You can also restore the community center - or sell out to the odious mega-corporation - to repair the town's equipment and make new areas of the town accessible. There is also a "relationship simulator" aspect to the game; you can befriend the townsfolk by talking to them, giving them gifts, and performing fetch quests for them. As your friendship grows, you will be treated to humorous and touching cut scenes. You can even select someone to marry and start a family with, if you choose. This game is really addicting - I found myself staying up late, wanting to play through one more day - then another. Progress comes fairly slowly, which will keep your interest for at least a few in-game years. It's also worth noting that the soundtrack is very nice. Obviously, if you only play gory shooters, this game might not be for you. For everyone else, I highly recommend Stardew Valley - it's absolutely worth twenty dollars!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      the best escapist game on the market

      Posted
      rachel
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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      I actually remember when this game was in early development. Way back when. I'm sure that the dev doesn't remember me, why should he? But it sure does feel nice to tell my sister, 'hey, I remember talking to that guy about making a fan game YEARS ago!' I had no idea that he would go on to make such an amazing game. It's crazy how addictive it is. The music is really sweet and chirpy, with just a touch of... an almost mystic or fairy tale quality to it. The characters are all really well fleshed out. The game is really responsive. Farming is a breeze, but still feels challenging enough. Marriage is very rewarding, you get two kids out of it too! And I love the fact that my spouse kisses me each morning. It's so darn sweet! [Take notes, Story of Season devs, My farmer needs her hugs and kisses from her hubby. It makes the marriage feel really solid and I feel proud of my little farmer sprite for being such a good wife.] Oh, and I can't forget how cute the little farm animals are. I also love building up my farm and decorating it. The only real fault is that unlike the pc version, I can't mod the game and change the farm house and character portraits. Still, this game is fantastic. You really should buy it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Game For When You Need Some R&R

      Posted
      Peace4myheart
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      I play single player game exclusively. Some of my favorites are the Last of Us, Metal Gear Solid 5. Sometimes, I just need to take a break from all the heavy story driven games and just want to relax and do all the mundane things. If you like me and you need some down time, then this game is for you. While it looks simple on the surface, it is quite complex in gameplay. You have to manage your time, energy, relationship, farm, money, etc. There are lots of things to do in the game. This is truly a roleplaying game in every sense of the word. The only problem I have with this game is that it is so time consuming, as you want to do and manage everything. You will not have enough time for other games. Of course, you don't have to play seriously and just play for fun, which is what I'm doing. I use it as a break from all the serious, emotional games I normally play. Definitely worth buying, especially for the $16 price with GCU.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      My kids love it. I got bored.

      Posted
      beatlebrent
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      Okay, maybe classic RPGs just aren't for me. But I gave up much too early on this game, according to my 10-year-old and 13-year-old kids. They love it. It has a good story, fun things to craft, and an open-world format that lets you customize the order of events. I think for me, I reached a point that I just couldn't figure out how to do things. And then I reached a point where I realized it would just be better to start over and do it right, rather than try to salvage my botched game. That's where I gave up. I love minecraft, and enjoy Terraria and liked the old RPG games like Golden Sun, so this seemed like a good game to get. Maybe I'll give it another try. But for now, unless it's on sale, or you have kids with more time than you do, I'd recommend passing on it.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Close but not quite

      Posted
      BakaBaby
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      Stardew Valley is pretty awesome if you are a fan of Harvest Moon or Rune Factory. Get it if you fit that description and you don't have a pc or laptop that can run it. However, for those still on the fence, keep in mind this hasn't been fully optimized for a controller. You still have to manually move a mouse cursor around the screen to do stuff. It's cumbersome and ackward. Other than that, the controller works fine. I would've been okay with it if they had supported mouse and keyboard, but they didn't do that either. Sony does allow games to use mouse and keyboard as long as it isn't a competitive game, apparently. If this is the case, there is really no excuse for lacking this support.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Stardew Valley Review

      Posted
      Carl
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      Stardew Valley is an excellent game. It's one of the most heart-warming games I've ever played. It was developed by one person over the course of 4 years and it's amazing how much detail he put into it. The core game is a farming simulator where you are trying to reinvigorate your Grandfather's old farm along the way you interact with the townsfolk, go mining in a cave (and battle monsters), and much more. This collector's edition comes with a nice map and soundtrack. I prefer having physical games over digital so I was happy to see this come along.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Not your average farming sim

      Posted
      Vince
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      Stardew Valley harkens back to the farming sim style of Harvest Moon and other similar farming sims. But farming isn’t the only option the game includes. You can fish in lakes, streams and oceans, forage from the forests, and mine through dungeons for ores and gems to upgrade your gear. There are multiple villagers, each with their own quirks and responses. The game is featured in an old school 16-but style of graphics that any SNES fan will recognize. There are a few bugs here and there, so save many times and often.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Relaxing Farm Sim

      Posted
      Evilsafetyboy
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      I bought this game for my daughter and she is enjoying it a lot. It's like Terraria but with a story and emphasis on NPC friendship (perhaps like Animal Crossing without the animals and addition of farming and crafting). Although it may appear that it's a slow-paced game, time goes by in 10 minute increments through the 4 seasons and there's lots to do: mining, fishing, farming, socializing, etc. until night fall. Stay up to late and you'll fall asleep on the spot. This physical edition came with a cut map and booklet, and a soundtrack CD.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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