Doraemon: Story of Seasons | Review Nintendo Switch
Doraemon: Story of Seasons is a game of general management and adventure, with some elements of role-playing game. Developed by Brownies Inc. and Marvelous Inc., published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and released for Microsoft Windows and Nintendo Switches on the 11th of October 2019. As the name suggests, this title is linked to the famous franchise Doraemon, but also to the popular Harvest Moon series, and is also fully subtitled in Italian.
The plot of the game sees the young and careless Nobita, find a mysterious seed magic with which it is catapulted, together with his inseparable cat space, Doraemon and his friends, Shizuka, Gian and Suneo, in another world, called Shizen. During the passage from one world to another, Doraemon loses accidentally the most of its famous chiusky. The group will then get to their search, to be able to even return to the planet Earth.
During the adventure we will live then on Shizen and we will be able to interact with its inhabitants, creating relationships with them. For those familiar with the Harvest Moon series, the heart of the game will be to customize your own farm with different crops, farm animals, furniture to build, and also explore the city. We may also use the chiusky Doraemon for making our work at the farm, an experience even more special and intriguing.
The technical sector is very solid, as was to be expected, taking advantage of the already widely burned in the Harvest Moon series. The only addition is that of the exchange of the characters with those of the famous series of Doraemon. All of the activities that we will be able to bring forward, from looking after animals, to cultivate our farm, explore the scenery, but also hunt for insects, modeled on the broad lines of the series, but are enriched by many references to the manga and the anime.
From the graphic point of view, Doraemon: Story of Seasons is really well done. Aesthetically has been given great care and attention to detail, with an aspect of the setting is very rich and full of objects with which to interact. Polygon modeling has a texture quality very high, which gives the characters, animals, objects and scenes, in general, look nice and cute.
Surely the column soundtrack is a very nice and well made in this game. All to give the player complete immersion and involvement in the art of the cartoon of the title. Tracks, depending on the setting in which we find ourselves, have a pleasant carpet of sound that accompanies us in the various events of the plot, without sinning too much repetition.
Moreover, as we have already said at the beginning, Doraemon: Story of Season is fully subtitled in Italian, the thing that promotes usability to a younger audience.
With regard to the longevity of the game, this is thanks also to the genre to which this title belongs, is of a good length. In fact, we can indulge ourselves to build our farm, our garden and all the other buildings, for all the time that we want, also regardless of the plot of the game. The duration of the game, so it's quite long by the standards of the general management, and adventurous.
In conclusion, Doraemon: Story of Seasons is a Must-have for any fan of the anime and manga series Doraemon. A game that, surely, having regard to the genre, not really for all. But its definitely a technical department, the visual and sound top-level, guaranteed by the great care that puts Bandai Namco Entertainment in all its production in video games.
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