Don’t Starve Together takes the terrific game that it’s predecessor is known to be and builds up a whole new structure around the original that really opens up a lot of different ways of, well, not starving.
amazing game really fun with friends only problem is this game is kinda buggy like shadow pieces rook statue didn't spawn so i couldn't beat the game. only bug i found on pc but on console that's a whole different story. so if you want to buy this game do not ever buy it on console
jogabilidade- 0, principalmente por causa das lutas contra boses onde seu boneco tem que ficar parado para atacar
mano esse jogo eu nao consigo me divertir até mesmo com amigos, é a primeira vez que isso acontece.
In short: multiplayer adds nothing. Also, only buy this if at least one of you knows the game well!
It's a multiplayer version of Don't Starve. First off, I'm not a fan of Minecraft-like (Robison-type survival) games though I played Don't Starve and Minecraft 10+ years ago for a couple of days. Only purchased this one because of the seasonal discount and because my gf and I wanted to play something together. We had a tiring, unrewarding evening with it, then she tried it on her own 2 times (full-night stretches) with little success, just went to bed in bad mood. Then I watched some 2-hour long "for beginners" video on YouTube, kinda got interested in this game during the first 10-15 minutes of the video, got tired after that and finally lost interest entirely.
So, what's bad with this game:
1. NO TUTORIAL. You really can't play it unless you watch videos online about it. Sorry but that's not how games should work. And you come to play this with your gf. To PLAY, not watch hours of videos first
2. controls are pretty much broken. The game doesn't tell you to use keyboard, instead it enourages you to click on things. This works for resource gathering (though it only tells you later in a random loading tip that you need to hold the mouse button to chop trees, not click). But combat using a mouse is impossible. Moreover, all the overapping tress, bushes etc make you give wrong orders during fights. Just imagine how torturous this is when you play with a gf and both of you don't know this game. Fights were total mess. My character was just running around trying to chop a tree while I was trying to click on the running enemy
3. the game is not elegant or anything. I mean the design. Just watch any letsplay video and see how many micro-rules are here. "7 dogs spawn but if you use a wormhole and then teleport back, they despawn", "bees become angry in spring even if they are in your hive, they will attack you but you need to run away 2 screens and run back and they will reset" and stuff like that. Literally thousands of tiny things to remember - which you can only find out through dozens of replays. Something you can't know in advance or expect if you just sit with a gf to play something new and fun
4. multiplayer is broken, totally. Players in the party get maps which are rotated at different angles. You don't even see each other on the map unless you're very close! Half of our time was wasted trying to find each other! We had to sit next to each other, and even when looking at her map on her screen, it was still difficult to figure out where I needed to go to find her cuz of the mental rotations I had to apply. I finally made a compass, but it has limited usage time. And after death, map rotation gets randomzied again until you pick up the compass from your corpse! Players could walk as a group but that makes little sense because we're basically competing for resources and it's more efficient to gather alone.
Overall, it might be a fun game in singleplayer (if you like this genre) but for multiplayer and especially if you both are beginners it's just a certain way to ruin your evening.