Worth playing for the atmosphere even though its pace and plot are uneven.
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Cute and approachable, but with enough bite to satisfy.
A faithful recreation, but why go back when Stardew has since perfected the genre?
A lighthearted romp, with plenty of opportunities for creative building and a surprisingly good story.
Cute, with a battle system that has more depth than it lets on, but the game's tone gets rather irritating.
Getting to punch, kick and burn things as a Pokemon is a delight, but it doesn't feel fair when playing with others.
A solid tactical RPG frustratingly buried under a terrible port.
Stardew Valley's blend of pixel charm and gentle pacing makes for an excellent little escape.
A great combat system and world held back by immersion-breaking dialogue choices.
Final Fantasy Explorers is a great entry point for those interested in the co-op monster-hunting genre. The combat is its strongest asset, but expect to have to do some grinding along the way.