Little Dragons Café is In Stores Today!
Kalvin Martinez / Aug 24th, 2018 No Comments
Aksys Games released Little Dragons Café today in stores and digital for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
Little Dragons Café is the latest game from Yasuhiro Wada. Wads is best know for being the creator of the Bokujō Monogatari series. The series has been published under the names Harvest Moon and Story of Seasons outside of Japan.
The game centers around twin siblings learning to cook and manager their family’s small cafe. Things are peaceful until one day the twin brother and sister discover their mother has fallen into an unbreakable slumber.
After discovering their mother’s bizarre condition a mysterious old man appears to tell them how to save their mother. It turns out the only way to rouse their mother from her sleep is to raise a dragon!
You won’t only have to deal with the stress of running a Cafe with an eclectic crew of employees, but you’ll have to care for a dragon, all while trying to save your mother.
In Little Dragons Café’s you can choose between playing as either sibling Ren or Rin. The game’s story driven gameplay is balanced between three elements:
Managing your cafe, where you prepare dishes, serve up customers, and manage the staff and visitors.
Exploring the world, where you discover wildlife, secrets and dangers as collect ingredients and recipe to better service your customers and your cafe.
Most importantly raise your dragon, make sure to care for him as he grows from a baby to an adult to help you better explore and hunt, and discover new areas.
Also launching today is the Little Dragons Café companion app on Android and iOS. When you download it, scan the package front and witness what happens. The Augmented Reality app gives you a little taste of the game and keep an eye for some more updates the coming days.
Little Dragons Café is out in stores and digital on PS4 and Switch today!
We’ve been missing some slice of life simulation since the last Story of Seasons and Animal Crossing games came out on 3DS. Little Dragons Café lets you get that simulation feel on a console with a delightful premise and adorable graphics. We can’t wait to manage our own cafe and raise our own baby dragon now that the game is in stores!
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