My Time at Portia
My Time at Portia's many parts don't always shine on their own, but together they make for a pleasant building adventure.
A glacial pace and abundance of busywork make My Time At Portia a tough recommendation.
An interesting attempt to make a 3D Harvest Moon, that combines some of the best elements of Minecraft, but it lacks any real identity or new ideas of its own.
My Time at Portia is the best wholesome life simulator you can play at the moment on Switch, hands-down
Long periods of waiting and repetitive tasks make this simulation hard to recommend, especially since your efforts only rarely pay off
My Time at Portia feels like it has a bounty of offerings, but there's not as much to the world as first appears.
While My Time At Portia does stretch a bit too far into the realm of realism, it also offers an accessible entry point into this style of gaming.
The world of Portia is full of promise but the time investment it requires makes it tough to recommend as is. A significant cut in crafting times across the board could go a long way toward making things feel more rewarding.
My Time At Portia is a game full of varied and fun missions, endearing NPCs and a charming atmosphere that allows us to spend hours and hours in the city without getting bored. If you like this kind of games, titles like Animal Crossing or Stardew Valley you will love losing you among Portia's innumerable secrets.
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It is safe to say that even after a dozens of hours of play, I only scratched the surface of what there is to do in My Time At Portia. Combine hunting, mining, building and romancing with a fascinating setting and an involved narrative, and I can see myself continuing to go back to play more. My Time at Portia is more than a worthy alternative to Stardew Valley and one of the first must have games of 2019. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have some more mining to do.