If youre someone who has spent an unreasonable amount of time on games like Harvest Moon or Stardew Valley, you know that the joy of them isnt just the farming. Games in that mould are good at making every action have purpose, whether its deciding to fish for a day or making your crops flourish. Its a difficult balance and its easy to make it boring if you arent careful. So a game like Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin is fascinating. Mixing 2D action games, 3D farming games, RPGs, and Japanese myth into one title is a unique prospect. But does it work, or is it just mismanaged? Lets find out.

Source: N4G PC Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin Review – GameWatcher