Kendrana wrote: »
Two questions for those who have already played the game.
Can you start a new game and character if by chance you finish all of the content and want to start over? Just wondering if it's like most games where you can have multiple saves and characters or if it's limited to one for some reason.
From everything I'm reading right now you're basically paying $30+ for the privilege of playing the game early while it's in development. Is there any advantage beyond that to buying it right now before it becomes "free to play" next year? It just seems like kind of an odd system to me, but maybe that's because I've never played an early access game before.
Kendrana wrote: »
@dreamerz13 and @logion
Thanks for the answers. It sounds like a really fun game with a lot of content even at its early stage, so I'm thinking it would be worth spending $30 on for the standard edition. Too bad you can only have one save, but maybe there's a slight chance they could change that later on. It's impressive that bugs have been addressed already and that they're listening to feedback from players. Hopefully that trend will continue.
Since I have a PC, it looks like there's three retailers you can buy it from: Microsoft, Epic Games, and Steam. Unless somebody knows of a reason not to, I would lean towards getting it through the Microsoft Store. I'm not familiar with Epic Games and don't really care for Steam (after having a bad transaction experience with them in the past).
wylmite1986 wrote: »
I know the game tracks in real time but does it do the weather too? Because I’ve noticed if it’s raining outside in real life it’s raining on the game too. Or is that just a coincidence?
Whitedove52355 wrote: »
I'm 67 years old and my inner child adores this game! So happy to see so many other simmers are enjoying it too. At the moment it's my most favorite game. I've finished all the quests and have 108hours played in game so far. Just need to decorate my town. Happy simming and happy dream light valley to everyone.