Rune Factory 4 Special Archival Edition - Nintendo Switch;
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- The popular spinoff from the Story of Seasons series returns as an HD remaster of the Nintendo 3DS classic, combining farming and family life with monster battling and taming
- An epic story that's accessible to new players and series veterans alike
- Whether it be governing as the local ruler, tilling the fields, interacting with townsfolk, or heading to a dungeon, the diverse amount of activities ensure that each day is a new adventure
- Use swords, spears, staffs, and other weapons and magic to personalize your battle tactics as monsters await in dungeons. Invite the townsfolk along, develop friendships with certain monsters
- Newlywed Mode allows players to deepen their relationship after wedding vows have been exchanged, while added cut-scenes and Veteran mode ensure there's plenty of other new contents
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Fulfill your role as a prince or princess in Rune Factory 4 Special Archival Edition for Nintendo Switch. This RPG challenges you to issue progressive ordinances, farm and battle dangerous foes to help the town prosper. Rune Factory 4 Special Archival Edition features a 160-page art book, an official soundtrack CD, premium custom box and Swimsuit Day DLC for an immersive gaming experience.
1 x Rune Factory 4 Special Archival Edition 1 x 160 pages Artbook 1 x Soundtrack CD 1 x swimsuits DLC
Rune Factory 4 Special - Archival Edition - Nintendo Switch
Rune Factory 4 Special marks the return of the beloved entry in the popular Story Of Seasons spinoff series that combines farming with dungeon adventuring, as the series makes its debut on Nintendo Switch with upgraded HD graphics, a new 'Newlywed Mode', and additional cut-scenes.
In this standalone story, players choose to play as a male or female hero and will encounter a diverse cast of potential suitors and other loveable townsfolk. As the newly appointed prince or princess, you can fulfill your royal duties by issuing ordinances to help the town prosper, or take a more rural approach to governing by raising your own fruits and vegetables and helping townsfolk. Should some dungeon adventuring be on the day’s itinerary, you can craft or buy a vast array of swords, spears, and staves along with magic for battle against dangerous foes, or even bring along some companions or friendly monsters to aid you during your travels.
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Dissatisfied that the box is crushed in the corner (see pic) and that this is the second time is less than 2-3day that a limited edition item I've gotten off of amsxon I'd handled that way.
The Game if you haven't played:
Simplest way to describe is Harvest Moon/ Stardew Valley- yet with heavy RPG elements and monster training.
-Everything you do adds levels to your stats! Example: using a water pale = level up water magic element up, and mining rock adds levels to health and earth magic. Every little thing you do levels up your character and stats!
-Farming- Do it yourself or train your captured Monsters to do the work for you, Certain monsters have better farming efficiencys than other.
-Battle system- Hack and slash with weapons, farm equipment, magic attacks. Watering your plants every day made you amazing at water magic attacks!
"NOT A 2 player game, 1 Player Only unless updated"
In Game Ai Partner battle system- Bring "in game" friends to assist you on your quests, or bring your rammed monsters to help you fight. Your Monsters have unique attacks and also level up to get stronger. Plus you can ride some monsters for fun, yes ride like mount on them and travel.
I would say this game is more about what you can do, and what you could do all day, when you find out what you can do lol.
The Story is a little simple and short if you decide to speed run, but if that is what determines what is fun for you then yay..you beat the game fast, hurray..but can you win the fishing contest? Did you really get to know and pick the right partner to Marry? Are you satisfied with your desire to beat games and move on without having fuuuuunnnn!!!!
I'm done. Thanks for Reading.
Ps. This game and series is on my awesome list! I hate you speed runner. Water laser!!!!!
The game itself immediately hooked me a lot more than a similar game like Stardew Valley because you can just go outside and start fighting monsters right away even without being asked to. I was able to wander around and fight a boss to progress some kind of plot that I hadn't even been asked to do yet. I like that everything I do in the game seems to upgrade my character. It's just really simple to get into the game and feel like you're making progress constantly.
The amount of content seems a little staggering with so many game modes and a couple free DLCs (that might not be free for everyone, but they were for me). Having 4 difficulty settings definitely will add to the replay value as well.
Since it's a 3DS game originally, you can definitely see that the graphics are worse than a typical Switch game, so I guess that's why the price is lower. It still looks good enough for what it is.
If you haven’t played RF4 at all, get this one instead of the 3DS game, the touch-up has been done really well, plus the extra content. You might; however, want to stick to the standard edition so you won’t be shelling out too much money. Tl;dr: buy this if you’re a fan of the series and would like a collectible, buy the switch version but the standard if you’re playing it for the first time.
The archival edition comes with a beautiful 162 page art book (the main reason for my purchase) which contains profiles of all of the characters in every RF game ever made (hi Raguna, I missed you!), some key animations, and a few exclusive drawings and comics from the artist. There’s also a CD with the RF4 soundtrack (guess who’ll be listening to tears of the wind dragon repeatedly). The game itself has remastered graphics, the sprites look crisper, and the characters’ conversation images look likewise better rendered. There’s a new intro music, a newlywed mode that gives you more insight into your spouse through some extra dialogue. Likewise there’s an “additional content” chapter that also adds more backstory to marriageable characters. RF4S also adds an extra difficulty level for those interested in making their life more difficult -uh, I mean, are looking for a new challenge in the game (good luck killing any monsters in hell mode). Finally, the special comes with a swimsuit DLC (that’s actually what it’s called, I’m not making it up), which you can activate to showcase the newly designed swimsuits for each of the bachelors/bachelorettes.
Overall, I’m excited about this new addition to the series just as much as I’m looking forward to RF5. Hopefully, it stands up to my expectations as I play it more.