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45 thoughts on “We need this

  1. Farming Simulator needs an arcade mode. It’s overly complicated. I’m sure there’s an audience for that, but an add on or bonus mode for simulator lite would be perfect.

  2. The reason why Stardew works so well is because it’s very simple visually. Animations would take too damn long in 3D.

  3. Though the graphics aren’t usually on par, you might look into games like feudal: your own. Its a single player game where you level land, cut trees, build a house, plant food, hunt animals, etc.

    Really a lot of survival games might meet your needs. If you also wanted to fight zombies: 7 days 2 die. Other players: feudal online, or conan exiles (conan solo or with 3 or 4 friends is also awesome).

    On the flip side, you have graveyard keeper (adult spooky stardew with more fighting), project: zomboid (survival horror from a stardew perspective, make a base plant crops) or even stay alive (cthulu mythos survived builder.

  4. I actually think it would be super boring. I think one of the strong things about SV is its cuteness / friendly visuals. Its like you want to be in the farm and work it, but the visuals let you know thats its not actually work nor true, so it keeps some of the magic i think, that a more “real” look would wash away.

  5. Medieval Dynasty is not too far off. It is in early access, so it’s pretty early in its development, but it has potential

  6. Yep… one of my biggest grips with Red Dead 2 is the lack of that… redneck factor. I expected these kind of activities, specially after you found that farm were you can trade items with the smuggler… there’s nothing there besides the smuggler itself. I watched a longplay video of Red Dead 1 before playing the sequel and John tamed horses, guided sheep, etc.. but inexplicably, red dead 2 doesn’t have that. You don’t mount a wild horse and then a mini-game starts, I’ve never found another flock of sheep besides that specific mission (a friend of mine said they appear again in the open world and you can steal them, but it never happened to me). At least the epilogue have some farm activities, but they are just mini-games without a true purpose. A shame really, red dead is more about the gunslinger factor than the redneck

  7. I think an animal crossing style farming game would be better. But I am also not really into serious realistic graphics. If I want realism I’ll go outside lol.

  8. I don’t think that’ll work at all

    Stardew works because of the animations. There is minimal animation so actions are quick and unrealistic.

    Make it 3D and if you have the same quick animation for watering a plant for example, it’ll look awkward as fuck and super unimmersive . And if you add realistic animations, the game becomes incredibly slow as each animation is now 10 times longer. The game starts feeling like a grind.

    Plus the visuals are extremely important to stardew. Gives it a very cute and wholesome vibe and that vibe is also reflected through the characters you talk to, and the sounds/animation. You can not get that same vibe in a realistic game like RDR2. It is far too serious and realistic

  9. No. Compromising the artistic charm of a game for the sake of giving it hyper realistic graphics is stupid. Stardew works due heavily to its visual style and the same goes for RDR2’s graphics and lighting lending themselves to its world being so enthralling.

    Just my opinion though. It’s always entertaining to see somebody’s video game pipe dream that combines aspects from games that are universes apart

  10. I’m just gonna say it, y’all need to fucking play Ark: Survival Evolved.

    It has literally something for everyone.

    You like making friends with dinosaurs/mythical beasts and flying around exploring insane and beautiful maps with mysteries to solve and bosses to kill? Go start up standard single player.

    You wanna duke it out with players and fight to survive, using everything at your disposal to come out on top? Go start up online PVP.

    You wanna work together with people and focus more on farming and trading? Online PVE

    You want a farming simulator without the fear of death? Go into a custom single player game, turn off Dino spawns, and enjoy a fully fleshed out farming system with irrigation, seed collecting and turning your own damn poop into fertilizer. Turn the wheat you grow into beer to get drunk. Make your magic berries into horse tranquilizers to get mega high and PTFO.

    The game offers this and SO much more. There’s even a deep and hidden lore behind that game you can discover for yourself or lookup online to be immersed for hours.

    However you want to play this game, whether it be alone for a solo survival experience, city building, exploration, farming, dragon taming, etc. or if you prefer online with friends and/or randoms. This game fulfills so many damn genres it blew me away when I first began playing.

    Do watch out tho, it can take over your life. A buddy of mine got to playing 18 hours a day before we forced him to quit.

  11. Just play a few hours of Fallout 4, get all the settlements, then ignore the rest of the game and play FO4 Settlement Manager.

    Plant and harvest crops, create buildings and defenses, run trading routes and manage your people! There’s even a super helpful guy who lets you know when one of your settlements needs your help.

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