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Don't Starve! 0

Don't Starves demands are simple but brutal. It wants you to give in, it wants you to live in its world. It wants you to get familiar with it. But no matter how much you seem to give it, no matter how many thoughts or how much time you poor into it, it’ll still kill you in an instant. Don't Starve do not care about you. The world of Don't Starve lives on. It barley acknowledge you. If you want to make it in the world of Don't Starve, you need to be as greedy, brutal and apathetic as the game. Y...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

"Harvest Moon" by Franz Kafka 0

You can farm, tinker, invent, learn and cook recipes, bask in nature's local bounty, mine, experience realistic day and night cycles, befriend indigenous species, and much, much more while the Sword of Damocles chills out a few feet above your head at all times. The game is called Don't Starve. You're awoken on what you discover to be an island by a Vince Price-lookin' dude who has two sentences for you: "Say pal, you don't look so good. You should find something to eat before night comes." Aaa...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Access Granted - Don't Starve 0

Don't Starve is a rogue-like from Klei Entertainment. The game drops you into a randomly generated world with no instructions or directions and tasks you with surviving. The core of the game focuses on the player juggling their health, sanity, and hunger. This is done by collecting resources, crafting, and exploring. But don't be fooled, the world of Don't Starve is a harsh one so prepare to die and die a lot. For more information, check out my video....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Don't Starve! Or do, or whatever. 0

Klei Entertainment's Don't Starve has one of the most misleadingly simple titles in gaming history. It fails to convey the difficulty of such a seemingly simple task, especially when dealing with giant one-eyed monsters, desolate landscapes, hallucinogenic mushrooms, and angry frogs that rain from the sky. But it's not all pain and suffering, and fortunately the procedurally generated landscapes that you call home are also packed with bushes, trees, rocks, and buried treasure that you can use to...

1 out of 11 found this review helpful.

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