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Late in the Game: Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin

Another "late in the game" review. This is also another one that I have not yet finished, despite having owned it since March.  Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin came out in late 2020. It is a beautiful game, aesthetically. The storyline is good as well. Gameplay is good, especially the fightings. However... the rice planting/farming part, well... it's a little challenging.  ABOUT THE GAME Spoiled harvest goddess Sakuna finds herself banished from her opulent celestial home to an island overrun with demons. In the untamed wilderness, she must rediscover her birthright as the daughter of a warrior god and harvest goddess by weathering the elements, fighting monsters, and cultivating rice, the source of her power. By her side in this forbidding place is her guardian Tama and a group of outcast humans. Together, these unlikely companions must join hands to tame both the soil and the demons of Hinoe Island. Screengrab: dinner scene from Sakuna. (Nintendo Switch) MY THOUGHTS: While

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