Slime Rancher Reviews
Slimes are the name of the game here and you have to get ’em.
Overall, Slime Rancher gets an 8/10, it has improved on its design from the early access version and being ported to PS4 allows many more people to play this lovely little simulation game. It can feel quite grindy at times, with most of the story told through text rather than events or voices. The lack of NPCs or people to interact with besides mail can feel a bit lonely, though being surrounded by slimes adds to the immersion of being on the ranch.
Slime Rancher is an amazing take on the farming genre with a very slimy twist. The game may start off a little slow as you try and make money with very limited slimes and resources, but once it picks up, you'll be rolling in the profits every few minutes! There's never a dull moment down at Far, Far Range as you venture out to explore unmapped territories, create new machines to help make your life easier, and round up all the various slimes in order to create over 150 combinations of Franken-slimes! Sure, some people may feel it's a bit monotonous as you seem to do a lot of the same tasks each day, but Slime Rancher is an open sandbox, it's only as monotonous as you let it become!
Monomi Park hit a mine of gold slimes with their debut title. Slime Rancher is a simple yet incredibly fun game that can keep one entertained for well over ten or twenty hours.
Slime Rancher is once again, adorable and so much fun to play as you just waste hours away tending to the slimes.
This is a fantastic indie game and was the perfect way to do an early access game. The adorable visuals with the nice relaxing gameplay and a huge ranch to explore make this an absolute joy to play.