Plantera Deluxe

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

53

Top Critic Average

33%

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General Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchDec 12, 2017
In the world of Plantera, you grow your own garden and breed plants and animals to earn coins with their produce. Use the coins to buy new plants and animals, and also special items and garden expansions. Watch everything grow, help planting and harvesting, buy new things, and defend your garden from sneaky magpies, rabbits, foxes, and wolves. Raise your level and the productivity of your plants and animals! Earn more and more, and create your own dream garden! Plantera Deluxe features: New animal! Take care of a lovely horse Christmas mode Bigger garden Relaxing gameplay Create your own garden and breed different kinds of plants and animals Watch adorable creatures animated in a vivid, colourful and cartoony art style Experience a real-time innovation – your garden grows even when your system is powered off 21 unlockable Achievements

Plantera Deluxe Reviews

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Plantera Deluxe offers very few reasons to appeal to most players. If its interface and screen resolution have been improved following its conversion to the Nintendo Switch, the game remains extremely simple - too simple for its own good. There is very little in terms of challenge and incentive and Plantera's experience quickly descends into a state of repetitive monotony.

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Plantera Deluxe is definitely a relaxing change of pace from the average video game experience.

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PS4Blog.net

Tracey
8 / 10
PS4Blog.net

I personally loved the game, and it does play much better on the Nintendo Switch than it did on the Vita. I also thought that the game played better in handheld mode rather than playing docked, as you can access the menu much faster with the touch screen mechanics.

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Plantera DX is simple, generally serene, has steady progression, and provides some simple satisfaction of watching your little sort of farm grow from nothing into something more elaborate. It lacks any sort of complexity but that's also a big part of its charm for the right audience. If you're looking for something to just help you relax, or perhaps want to get a game that could probably be played and enjoyed by people of just about any age, Plantera is a chilled out match.

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