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Stardew Valley, the game that mixes up all the best bits from Harvest Moon, Animal Crossing, and The Legend of Zelda, has become one of the year's biggest sleeper hits when it launched earlier this year on PC. Just about anyone who's played it immediately becomes obsessed with growing crops, exploring strange lands, and then deciding if now's the best time to get a divorce so they can marry the new girl in town. In fact they'll tell you that it's a lot more than that, and that you've got to play it. Which we'll probably do, when it launches December 14 on Xbox One and PS4.

One thing's for certain, it nails the look and feel of classic 16-bit gaming.

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