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  • Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town: Explore the living world, go fishing, delve deep into the mines and more. Detailed farm management w/ seasonal events, animal contest and more living in Mineral Town to become a complete member of the community
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I looked at reviews....

This one is a remake of a 2003 game that is close to the original 90's Harvest Moon. That makes it pretty good, since many later games are more tedious.


Here are some alternatives:

Stardew Valley ($15) -- best game ever. Why? The goals, balance, pacing, and variety are just right. Also it is split-screen multiplayer on the switch, which makes it my favorite game to play with my 4 year old.

Story of Seasons Doraemon (on sale for $15) -- good but grindy.

Harvest Moon (Light of Hope, One World) -- bad.

Rune Factory 4 ($30) -- fighting + farming, good but not very well balanced

New SoS ($50?!) ??

Animal Crossing ($50) very good, but boring.

My Time At Portia ($30 though goes on sale for $8) a solid 3d contender with Stardew. Might be irritating on the switch since you need to handle inventory a lot-- lots of time spent putting things into boxes and furnaces (etc.).

SpiritFarer ($30) -- Not actually a farming sim but my top recommendation for people who like farming sims. Besides good gameplay and graphics, it has a great story (also local coop)

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Amazon has matched the price for Story of Seasons.
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I looked at reviews....

This one is a remake of a 2003 game that is close to the original 90's Harvest Moon. That makes it pretty good, since many later games are more tedious.


Here are some alternatives:

Stardew Valley ($15) -- best game ever. Why? The goals, balance, pacing, and variety are just right. Also it is split-screen multiplayer on the switch, which makes it my favorite game to play with my 4 year old.

Story of Seasons Doraemon (on sale for $15) -- good but grindy.

Harvest Moon (Light of Hope, One World) -- bad.

Rune Factory 4 ($30) -- fighting + farming, good but not very well balanced

New SoS ($50?!) ??

Animal Crossing ($50) very good, but boring.

My Time At Portia ($30 though goes on sale for $8) a solid 3d contender with Stardew. Might be irritating on the switch since you need to handle inventory a lot-- lots of time spent putting things into boxes and furnaces (etc.).

SpiritFarer ($30) -- Not actually a farming sim but my top recommendation for people who like farming sims. Besides good gameplay and graphics, it has a great story (also local coop)
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Quote from crinttae :
I looked at reviews....

This one is a remake of a GBA game that is close to the original Harvest Moon. That makes it pretty good, since many later games are more tedious.

Here are some alternatives:
Stardew Valley ($15) -- best game ever. (multiplayer!)
Story of Seasons Doraemon ($15) -- good but grindy.
Harvest Moon (Light of Hope, One world) -- bad.
Rune Factory 4 ($30) -- fighting + farming, good but not very well balanced
New SoS ($50?!) ??
Animal Crossing ($50) very good, but boring.
My Time At Portia ($30 though on sale for $9) a very 3d contender for Stardew. Might be irritating on the switch since you need to handle inventory a lot-- lots of time spent putting things into boxes and furnaces (etc.).
SpiritFarer ($30) -- not actually a farming sim but my top recommendation for people who like farming sims (also local coop)
I agree with most of this list. I haven't played them all. Stardew Valley is currenty the pinnacle for this type of game. If you haven't played it and are considering SoS, spend your money on Stardew Valley instead. It should be a perfect Switch game as far as performing similarly to the PC version. Handheld should be great for it as well.

I actually liked My Time at Portia better, but I played on PC. My understanding is that the Switch version doesn't look or run nearly as well. Because of that, I'm not sure how much I could recommend it here. It is a very long game (around 80 hours) so you'll get your money's worth if you can handle the performance.
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I agree with most of this list. I haven't played them all. Stardew Valley is currenty the pinnacle for this type of game. If you haven't played it and are considering SoS, spend your money on Stardew Valley instead. It should be a perfect Switch game as far as performing similarly to the PC version. Handheld should be great for it as well.

I actually liked My Time at Portia better, but I played on PC. My understanding is that the Switch version doesn't look or run nearly as well. Because of that, I'm not sure how much I could recommend it here. It is a very long game (around 80 hours) so you'll get your money's worth if you can handle the performance.
Wow. My time at portia looks like an excellent suggestion.
My kids don't like pixelated artwork....so My Time at Portia would be an excellent option.
Besides I already own it from past Epic giveaways. You literally saved me $20+taxes.
That is said if anyone buys Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town and finish it in 1 month there is still trade-in value at Gamestop currently at $12. So potentially it could cost $10 after taxes/trade-in if the value doesn't change. Or it can be sold on eBay/FB/CL...etc.
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In addition to the above I'd like to mention My Time at Portia is currently on sale for $10 on PC Steam for another 27 hours.

The Switch version for MTP is $24 and the Xbox version is $13 at Best Buy.
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I looked at reviews....

This one is a remake of a GBA game that is close to the original Harvest Moon. That makes it pretty good, since many later games are more tedious.

Here are some alternatives:
Stardew Valley ($15) -- best game ever. Why? The goals, balance, pacing, and variety are just right. Also it is split-screen multiplayer on the switch, which makes it my favorite game to play with my 4 year old.

Story of Seasons Doraemon ($15) -- good but grindy.

Harvest Moon (Light of Hope, One world) -- bad.

Rune Factory 4 ($30) -- fighting + farming, good but not very well balanced

New SoS ($50?!) ??

Animal Crossing ($50) very good, but boring.

My Time At Portia ($30 though on sale for $9) a very 3d contender for Stardew. Might be irritating on the switch since you need to handle inventory a lot-- lots of time spent putting things into boxes and furnaces (etc.).

SpiritFarer ($30) -- Not actually a farming sim but my top recommendation for people who like farming sims. Besides good gameplay and graphics, it has a great story (also local coop)
Where are these prices from?
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Highly recommend this remake if you were a fan of the original Harvest Moon Friend of Mineral town on GBA or Harvest moon back to nature on PS1.
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Used to love Harvest Moon back in the day. Time to see if my 8 year old can get into this game.
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Quote from crinttae :
I looked at reviews....

This one is a remake of a 2003 game that is close to the original 90's Harvest Moon. That makes it pretty good, since many later games are more tedious.


Here are some alternatives:

Stardew Valley ($15) -- best game ever. Why? The goals, balance, pacing, and variety are just right. Also it is split-screen multiplayer on the switch, which makes it my favorite game to play with my 4 year old.

Story of Seasons Doraemon (on sale for $15) -- good but grindy.

Harvest Moon (Light of Hope, One World) -- bad.

Rune Factory 4 ($30) -- fighting + farming, good but not very well balanced

New SoS ($50?!) ??

Animal Crossing ($50) very good, but boring.

My Time At Portia ($30 though goes on sale for $8) a solid 3d contender with Stardew. Might be irritating on the switch since you need to handle inventory a lot-- lots of time spent putting things into boxes and furnaces (etc.).

SpiritFarer ($30) -- Not actually a farming sim but my top recommendation for people who like farming sims. Besides good gameplay and graphics, it has a great story (also local coop)
As someone who loves farming simulators, I have to agree that Stardew Valley is the best of its kind. It also goes on sale fairly frequently, making it an incredible value (though I would happily pay full price)

I would like to add that Rune Factory 4 has more of an actual story compared to Stardew, complete with comically evil villains and dungeons. RF4 is kind of like an RPG with farming.

ACNH barely counts as a farming simulator but it's fun in its own way
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In addition to the above I'd like to mention My Time at Portia is currently on sale for $10 on PC Steam for another 27 hours.

The Switch version for MTP is $24 and the Xbox version is $13 at Best Buy.
My Time at Portia is also on Xbox Game Pass which recently now supports Cloud Play (Android, native. iOS/Mac/Linux, in browser)
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