Stardew is a unique experience for many reasons. At first glance it appears to be a bland 16bit game with a farm simulation as its foundation of gameplay, but dive deeper into its gameplay and it becomes more extensive than you can imagine for an indie game. In fact, with all the content it holds, it has as much or more content than some triple A developed games. Even more, the game is clearly crafted by passionate developers whom truly put so much effort into the vast and intrigue details you encounter while you play.
Stardew is about exploring, interacting, and building a community of prosperity. It encourages exploration and many hours of crafting and discovering and managing a prosperous farm. Its hard to convey exactly how Stardew entices but its intricacies that you find while playing make it certainly worth the buy at fifteen dollars.
If you are a fan of role playing games single player experiences that doesn’t guide you on what to do and encourages exploration and has a deep story between the land and its inhabitants than this game is for you. It has a lot to offer and I hope you will give it a try.