I have been playing A LOT of Stardew Valley recently. Not only playing it but watching other people stream the game. And at this point in my games, I’m just working on turning profits. The community center is complete in both of my game saves. I have a farm over on Ginger Island (still working through unlocking everything there) and in one of my saves I have Skull Cavern 100 Level challenge complete. So… profit! Profit means crops, but there are a lot of crop options in the game both at Pierre’s and the Desert Oasis. Not only that but they change by the season. These are your best options when it comes to crops to make the most money.
Since the decade is coming to a close and I’ve played a lot of video games in the last ten years, I thought I’d go down my list of favorite games that came out in the last decade or that I heavily played during that time period. These are not in order, as I enjoy these all for different reasons.
In Stardew Valley, in order to gain friendship with the community you need to give the residents gifts found throughout the world. Everyone has different gifts they absolutely love and others they cannot stand. So I thought I would put together a little guide on what every characters loves the most. Now there are some universals that apply to every villager so that is listed at the top of this list. You can gift villagers gifts once a day but up to a max of twice a week.
One game that I’m obsessed with playing is Stardew Valley. It’s one of those games were you can advance the game if you want to or ignore all the social aspects. And I go back and forth between trying to advance my standings with the community and being the hermit farmer that talks to no one. But one thing I always try to do, is get myself either a lovely wife or husband. So let’s go over each of the eligible bachelors and bachelorettes.
When I first started playing Stardew Valley, there were a lot of things that I did out of order or incorrectly. That ultimately left me frustrating and not wanting to continue playing that game save anymore. But overtime, I’ve gotten the hang of it and found a few things that really helped make the game better/easier. I’m still by no means an expert on the game, but it’s made the game a lot better in my opinion.
Stardew Valley is a farming game where you can obviously farm, but also go fishing, get married and have a family, mine, and make friends with the locals. But one aspect of the game is also how you handle upgrades/maintenance in the town, you can either help the spirits by completing recipes or purchasing them from a corporation. So you ultimately have to pick between local business of the town or choosing to screw them over by supporting Jojo Mart. And though I haven’t reached the point in my own gameplay of choosing a side (though I could), I thought it would be fun to go over the pros and cons of both.