Get over the tricky first few hours of Graveyard Keeper: Last Journey Edition and it becomes something special. The base game is a few years old now and lacking an Xbox Series X|S update, but that really shouldn’t matter. The gameplay is addictive and you will quickly find yourself getting further and further away from what you initially set out to do, never worried, knowing it will all be worthwhile
Graveyard Keeper: Last Journey Edition is a whimsy look at the life of a graveyard keeper. With a macabre plot and even darker characters, this will amuse you and turn your stomach at the same time. You must manage your business while appeasing the locals. What's more, a few dodgy deals regarding human meat and organs won't go amiss. An excellent addition to the franchise that shouldn't be missed.
It comes down to this. Graveyard Keeper: Last Journey does not have enough, “play just one more day” moments to get me to stick with it long-term. Instead of a dark, horror-filled farm sim spin off, I’m left with a dark humor management system. Building anything feels like a chore. Nothing feels explained to you, even the days of the week are needlessly confusing. I was able to have fun with Graveyard Keeper, but it took more time and patience than I wanted.
SummaryGraveyard Keeper is the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management sim of the year. Build & manage your own graveyard while finding shortcuts to cut costs, expand into entertainment with witch-burning festivals, and scare nearby villagers into attending church. This is a game of capitalism and doing whatever it takes to build a thrivin...