Gameboy color dating sim
I wish Konami would release this game on the Playstation Store.
I’d buy it in an instant even though I still have my PS1 disc. (plus I greatly prefer digital distribution anyways).
Sadly, its previous owner was unable to keep up with chores on the farm, leaving it in a significantly dilapidated state... However, the "business" aspects of play are not nearly the full scope of the game; the social aspect of the series is one of its biggest draws.
Note that the Gameboy Color version is widely different and not as good as the PS1 version, for example the Gameboy version removed all of the dating sim elements from the game.Storyline: 6/10 Admittedly, the story takes a backseat to the gameplay.It’s a pretty simplistic story about a boy whose father disappeared when the boy was young.The original game was released for the Super Nintendo in 1997, and since then there have been over twenty titles released for a variety of different consoles.The plot line, such as it is, is much the same for almost every game: the protagonist, a young hero, just starting life on his or her own, inherits or buys a farm. The player must clear his/her fields, plant crops, raise livestock like cows, sheep, and chickens, care for pets like horses and dogs, and gather materials from the countryside to help improve his/her house or sell for extra cash.
If you like the Suikoden soundtrack, chances are you’ll also like the music in Azure Dreams as it’s has his same style.