Every day after E3, I loaded up my run of Stardew Valley on Switch. I optimized my crop layouts, looked up which plants were most profitable, and grinded in the dungeon until I could upgrade all my farming tools twice over. It was probably the most stressful way to play the game, but it was the only way I could think…
A new Stardew Valley mod removes the player limit for multiplayer, letting you farm with as many people as you want. I’m one step closer to running away with all my friends and living on a farm, provided all my friends are as obsessed with Stardew Valley as I am.
Stardew Valley is coming to Playstation Vita on May 22nd. Kotaku staff writer Ethan Gach, who is a Vita enthusiast who“rides hard for that piece of junk,” is psyched.
I sat down with Compete’s Maddy Myers and my boy Chris Person to play some nice, relaxing Stardew Valley multiplayer. It was a little like doing your first couple’s trip to Ikea.
Playing Stardew Valley with another person is more fun than I expected. The idea of tilling virtual soil with a buddy was something I was looking forward to, for sure, but actually doing it makes me feel like I don’t want to play the game any other way.
After a friend’s boozy Dungeons and Dragons brunch last week, his apartment transitioned straight into a party. Although we ordered pizza and had plenty of carbs, we had begun drinking at 11am, and I continued to drink until the early hours of the morning. Suffice it to say, the next day was a struggle. In my weakened…
Tim is a farmer in Northern California who spends a lot of time on tractors. Thanks to auto-steering, that means he also has plenty of time to check in on his other farm, the one on his Switch port of Stardew Valley.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned as a seasoned consumer of all things horror, it’s that situations are rarely as innocent as they seem. Dolls will spring to life and kill you. That big, beautiful house you got for a steal is haunted. You know how it goes. I let my guard down with Stardew Valley. “A gentle farming…
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler is busy travelling the world promoting the flick, which means an endless stream of red carpet interviews. Like this one, where Maude Garrett asks him what he’s into right now, and he gets talking about the Nintendo Switch he just bought.
Sony’s handheld isn’t dead (yet). A bunch of new announcements timed around this year’s PlayStation Experience event have given it a temporary shot in the arm.
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.