Stardew Valley has finally arrived on the Switch and instead of exchanging the best farming tips or fishing techniques, we ask the real question on all of our minds: Who is the the game’s best romantic interest? I sat down with Seung Park and Gita Jackson to let them debate who they think is the best choice. (spoiler…
We’re playing the Switch port of Stardew Valley right now on Twitch. Time to harvest blueberries and romance the artist who lives by the lake.
I was trimming the weeds on my overgrown Stardew Valley farm when I heard a mumbled “Canal Street” over the subway intercom. Shit, I thought, looking up from my seat on the J train. I should have gotten off two stops ago.
If you want to maximize your productivity in Stardew Valley, you’re going to have to read some tips on the Internet. Though maybe... don’t?
Video games are very good at teaching, even if they have to repeat the lesson over and over. Sometimes the lesson is “don’t fall into that bottomless pit.” Other times it’s “she’s just not that into you.”
Living off the land ain’t easy. There’s a lot about Stardew Valley that the game doesn’t really explain, which makes jumping in a bit daunting.
Stardew Valley is an amazing game, and the Switch port has perfected the few small issues I had with it. Goodbye social life.
Stardew Valley is coming to Switch on October 5, developer Eric Barone said today. It’ll be $15 and give you a healthy dose of farming on the go. Next up, Animal Crossing?
When I first got Stardew Valley last December, I spent days playing it. To date, I have 70 hours on record. I swapped study time with hours of slashing monsters, caring for crops and livestock, and doting on my husband, Harvey. But lately, I’ve been bored with Stardew Valley.
When I last check on my slime farm, the rock slimes had mated with my tabby cat slimes to make giant rock cats. The rock cats got so hungry they transformed into tar monsters and devoured all my chickens. It’s just another day in Slime Rancher.
You can pretty much speedrun anything: Google doodles, having your video game children taken away, and even (video game) marriage. While many fans deliberate for a good while over what characters to romance in Stardew Valley, for the past year, some players have sped their courtships up through speedruns. Three days…
E3 was full of massive AAA titles like God of War, Assassin’s Creed, and Call of Duty. But the one game that’s stuck in my mind the most is Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin. It’s half brawler, half farming sim—it’s a weird combination, but I can’t stop thinking about it.
Ever loved a piece of fiction so much you never wanted it to end? That’s what fandom is for. While transformative works like fanfiction and fanart can serve more serious purposes like exploring subtextual themes or fixing up plot holes, sometimes it has a less lofty goal: getting two cute characters to kiss. Here’s…
When Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone announced the console ports for Stardew Valley in June 2016, he called the game’s controller support, “less than ideal,” and said it would be updated for Playstation 4 and Xbox One releases. As of launch on Playstation 4 today, the controller support is still, well… less than ideal.
New to Stardew Valley and want to make money fast? Experimenting with the new farm maps can help you get that fishing rod you had your eye on.
The relaxing farming sim and role playing game Stardew Valley will make its way to the Xbox One on December 14th.
Stardew Valley’s 1.1 update, the first big one since launch, is now live. Highlights include new marriage options (Shane and Emily), divorce, new farm maps, new areas, new building types, magical construction. See all that stuff in action above.
Stardew Valley’s long-awaited 1.1 update is almost here. You can take the beta for a spin right now, if you’re willing to dirty your precious farming hands with a handful of bugs.