DORAEMON STORY OF SEASONS Free Download Repacklab
DORAEMON STORY OF SEASONS Free Download meets Story of Seasons in this new, fresh take on farming! Japan’s adored Doraemon franchise comes to Steam in Story of Seasons, a beloved farming simulation series lasting over 20 years. The setting is Natura, and at the center of this land is the mystical Big Tree. Doraemon and friends will each take on a role to help out around town! The theme of this experience is creating bonds with the town residents, and while doing so, enjoying the heart-warming interactions through each character and the part they play in the story. But building a farm and raising horses and cattle like in other Story of Seasons games isn’t the only thing to do. Explore the town of Natura, go on adventures, catch bugs and much much more! Repacklab.com sexy games
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Fans of the Doraemon series will also be happy to know that Doraemon’s gadgets can be used to assist you in your new, everyday life! Enjoy the nostalgia of Doraemon and Story of Seasons while helping Noby live his farm life in this unique, lovable land! Doraemon: Story of Seasons is a Doraemon and Story of Seasons crossover game. A large number of Doraemon characters appear, however, new, original Story of Seasons characters also appear in the game. PC game featuring Doraemon characters and gadgets in the Story of Seasons settings. The game was developed by Studio Brownies, produced by Marvelous, and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. This is the first Doraemon console/PC game to be localized for western audiences.
The game combines the farming simulation elements from the Story of Seasons series and the familiar characters and secret gadgets from the Doraemon series. The player will play as Nobita and participate in farming activities such as plowing the fields to grow crops, taking care of cattle and sheep, and more. The game also has a fishing system, a house decoration system, an insects capture-and-collect system, holidays and festivals similar to the Story of Seasons games. Characters from the Doraemon series such as Gian and Shizuka also show up as supporting characters and will assist Nobita in his adventures. By advancing the story, Nobita can unlock gadgets that grant special abilities such as Weather Cards which can change tomorrow’s weather. Monster Harvest
and the Anywhere Door which allows Nobita to fast-travel between areas. There are many variants of fish you can catch depending on the season and weather. You can buy fish bait at Sandy’s Tackle Shop to increase the chance caught rare fish. Sometimes your bait will be snagged when the fish take a long time to spawn, and you will get item like Building Stone, Weed, Wood, or Groundbait/Fine Groundbait or even better the Gems (Splosh Lake and Land Fishing Rod only). Land Fishing Rod is one of Doraemon’s gadget you can buy from Koropokkur using 200 Junk, allow you to fishing on the land anywhere anytime. Has a chance to snagged a gems. Some fishes required specific weather (which is very rare) to available to get caught and it occurred not for a long time, it is easier to use Land Fishing Rod instead.
Noby and Doraemon come across a mysterious seed and plant the seed right away. It grows into a large tree right before their eyes, but at the same time a storm suddenly rolls in, Noby and friends are taken in by the sky and blown away somewhere to another timeline. When they came to, Noby and friends were at the foot of a strange, large tree. Doraemon, who lost their gadgets in the storm and are unable to return to their world, are at a loss as to what to do. In the search of Doraemon’s gadget and what happen to them, they come into the place called Shizen Town where they meet new friends along the way and Noby start the farm life. Later, Noby and friends come across the beautiful Goddess who told them the large tree actually a bio-machine following the mystery behind this mess. KeyWe
The game starts some cutscenes seemingly at random. To trigger most cutscenes you need to increase your friendship level with the villagers, for some to progress you need to collect an item and give it to them later. Some of those items are out of your current season, and even though they are early triggered cutscenes, they already prompt you to put a pin in that (side-)story line. To make matters worse, the game does not keep record of what you were supposed to collect and to whom you are supposed give the item. Your only option is to revisit the cutscene at the mayor’s office, instead of listing it with the other quests. I was initially very confused over the “Quest”s category, until I grinded my way up to a few level 3 friendships.
You want to make farming last long without it getting boring or repetitive? The beautiful crop animations whenever you’re watering your crops are a great start! However, for some reason the player character seems to water the crop itself and not the field. With e.g. wheat, which regrows when harvested, you can end up watering a crop 3 times a day: first to make it grow to ripe; after harvesting it, the soil is dry, so you water again; and at the end of each day you can water your crops once more. Even when it rains and you harvest the crop, the field is dry. Which means you’re standing there in the rain, watering your fields. Devs, there are multiple options to make farming interesting! For starters, offer a more extensive selection of different crops, flowers and trees the player wants to explore. Kitaria Fables
With Stardew Valley, players were profiting off the great modding community that gave us even more crops. Without such a community supporting this game (there is not even one for simple cheats), the devs need to provide those crops themselves. Another way is to make the crop level system more interesting. In Doraemon Story of Seasons, you add fertiliser to the crop every day, which means you “interact” with your crop 2-4 times a day. Devs, go check out “Rune Factory”. There it is all about the soil beneath the crop which you have to take care of. It’s quite a complex system making it more engaging than having you add fertiliser to a crop every day. In Doraemon, later in the game (autumn) you can apparently unlock a seed maker (8k money, 100 stone, 100 copper, 125 iron, 25 silver).
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OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bit or Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E8400 or AMD Phenom II X2 550
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce 9800 GTX+ or Radeon HD 3870
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 750 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset
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