Little Dragons Café
Adventure is on the menu as you enter an entirely new world fashioned by Yasuhiro Wada, the creator of the original Harvest Moon. Manage your café, explore the world, and raise your very own dragon in Little Dragons Café!
Video game publisher Rising Star Games announced that Little Dragons Café is available for Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4.
Adventure is on the menu as you enter an entirely new world fashioned by Yasuhiro Wada, the creator of the Bokujō Monogatari series (published under the names Harvest Moon and Story of Seasons outside of Japan).
The story-driven gameplay features a balance of three elements:
Manage your café – Run your own café by preparing tasty dishes, serving your customers, and managing a colourful cast of eccentric staff and visitors.
Explore the world – Discover an entirely new world filled with wildlife, secrets, and dangers while collecting ingredients and recipes to enhance your café menu.
Raise a Dragon – Care for and train your very own dragon as it grows from baby to adult. Explore, hunt, and uncover new areas with your faithful companion.
We have been lucky enough to be given the opportunity to review this game. We were in for such a treat. It was easy to download this game. Jake and Daddy J began instant playing and working together.
They loaded the game and set their characters.
The story begins with a twin brother and sister learning to cook and manage a small café under their mothers tutelage. All was peaceful and routine until one morning when the twins discover that their mother has fallen into a deep sleep and wont wake up.
Suddenly, a strange old man appears to inform them that they must raise a dragon in order to save her life.
Working together with three quirky café employees, the two siblings must figure out how to a wrangle a dragon and manage the family business while finding a way to save their mother.
This game, to be honest, is absolutely brilliant. Jake and Daddy J have enjoyed this. As you get to gather ingredients from the outside of the cafe, come back and cook them to please your guests.
The game has been great, and a bonus is that this game also teaches children about the real world too and real recipes to cook on screen.
You can hatch your dragon from the egg and watch as it gradually grows. We still have the baby dragon and after seeing a few game previews Jake can’t wait to see it grow more!
There is hours and hours of game play as you continue to explore throughout the game, going on different tasks. The graphics are brilliant too, and works really well with this game. They are bright and colourful. Jake has played for a good few hours and still so much game play left yet. We have yet to complete the game.
I like how it is a more laid-back game, and your character is free to wander.
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