Little Dragons Cafe
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If you happen to be a fan of Yasuhiro Wada’s work and games that keep you busy multi-tasking. Then Little Dragons Café is the game for you. Those of you that are on-the-go you’ll totally want to grab this game for the Nintendo Switch.
It's a complete package that is hand tailored to be consumed as intended by the developers, and they've delivered a refreshing experience.
Little Dragons Café is the type of game I walk away from feeling more hopeful in the world. Each chapter ends on such an earnest note that it raises my spirits. Sure, it doesn't have the deepest mechanics, and it's not the most polished title I'll play this year. But it has a soul and a kind heart that uplifts the basic gameplay to a place that makes Little Dragons Café an easy recommendation to anyone looking for a soupcon of positivity in their life.
Little Dragon's Café is a unique and utterly delightful adventure. There is no better way to unwind then adventuring with a dragon, while helping people solve their life problems, and indulging in a little bit of cooking.
Little Dragons Cafe delighted and surprised me throughout with its charming style and relaxing gameplay loop.
I have to say I loved my time with Little Dragons Café. It's excellent art style and presentation, the charming and colorful characters, the mix of gameplay mechanics with running the café and exploring to find ingredients, helping Draco grow, it all comes together nicely, giving us one of the most fun games I've played on PS4 this year.
Overall, Little Dragons Cafe is a delicious mix of several flavors blended nicely into a well-seasoned dish. While not everyone may appreciate the watering down of some of the daily tasks that are more engaging in other titles I think the quality of the game’s RPG character development and dialogue makes up for it nicely. The fate of not just your mother but of all the people you come into contact with becomes a concern, and if you enjoy both interacting with interesting characters and exploration Little Dragons Cafe lets you have your cake and eat it too.
Little Dragons Cafe is honestly a return to form for Yasuhiro Wada. He has managed to create a game that manages to recreate the magic he did when working on the Story of Seasons series. This game may not be for everyone, but if you are interested in a game that will truly warm your heart and help you unwind after a busy day, Little Dragons Cafe is the game for you. All it really boils down to is your preference when it comes to performance.
Little Dragon's Café is a causal sim/exploration game which is simply overflowing with charm. It's easy to get drawn in by the game's forgiving gameplay, great music, heartwarming stories, and dramatic day-night changes, and hard to put down, given all there is to do post-game. While its sim mechanics aren't especially deep, LDC provides a delightful way to escape the woes of the real world alongside your own, adorable pet dragon.
Little Dragons Café first appears as though it requires constant attention to every little detail, but actually makes for a relaxing time.