Little Dragons Cafe
Little Dragons Café wants to do a lot of things, but falls short in all of them. While lots of aspects give you a calmping pace of routing, there are too many points of frustration. The cafe part is nice but, the overworld makes the game less enjoyable. The game has a good concept and a great style, but fails to deliver gameplay wise.
Review in Dutch | Read full review
My time spent with Little Dragons Cafe was bittersweet.
Little Dragons Cafe delivers on a soothing and charming experience for fans of slow games, but manages to be too slow to be worth playing for very long.
Little Dragons Cafe is like a hot shower for people who live in busy crowded cities and they seek solace when they play video games. It's far from being what is supposed to be and is nothing near perfect but if you could turn a blind eye into its shortcomings and problems, you might enjoy it.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Little Dragons Café has the advantage of a more free structure, without the pressure of having to fulfil objectives at a certain moment and its open world adds up to its qualities. However this is not correctly used to deliver a fun, enjoyable experience, as the game gets repetitive too quickly and the free nature of its structure becomes void of a sense of direction, leaving the player without a proper guidance.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Little Dragons Café can be fiddly and repetitive, but it's not all together awful. A host of interesting, well-rounded characters provide an engaging story as you raise the world's cutest dragon. It might not be the most taxing game, but it provides a cathartic experience with its simplistic approach to café management.
Little Dragons Cafe's charming world and cafe management are enjoyable, but it's held back by significant pacing issues.
With a breezy pace and a comically weird story, Little Dragons Cafe is a unique take on farming sims. While I loved cooking meals, establishing my inn, and the anxiety-free pace, its management mechanics have been watered down just a bit too much and result in stakes so low that much of it becomes meaningless. Without making important decisions or a wealth of more interesting side-quests to capture my attention, I eventually ended up bored by the repetitive tasks.
The impression I got is that the game was trying too hard to do too many things, and it didn't end up being stellar at any of them. The plot and progression speed weren't exciting enough for me to not want to put the game down. That being said, I will go back to this game for short and infrequent intervals when I am in the right mood for it.
A charming game with gorgeous visuals that suffers from technical hurdles and pacing issues. Keeping a pet dragon companion is the saving grace for Little Dragons Café,