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A Hero and a Garden  


Indie games can give us a variety of different ideas that the big video game companies would never and the EMPEROR MEANS EVER try. A Hero and a Garden is a great example of this. A young hero tries to save a trapped princess from an evil witch that has her captive. This young hero fails in his quest right at the end. I can relate with dying to end bosses in video games.

A Hero and a Garden gets really interesting at that point. The young hero must then work in a garden and pay for the damage he caused. All of these monsters had their lives ruined when the hero busted through their town and destroyed things along the way to save the princess. A Hero and a Garden has a strange message in it if you know what I mean.

Graphically A Hero and a Garden is very indie looking. The music in A Hero and a Garden is soothing. In fact I almost drifted off to sleep while playing A Hero and a Garden because of how chill and relaxing the music is. Maybe my brain was tired and reading all of that dialogue can also make me a bit drowsy. I really got into the music while harvesting from these magical bushes.

The main things we do in A Hero and a Garden are pick the berries, sell the berries, and go to the storefront to receive payment. We also will pay for the repairs to clean up the damage of being a hero. A Hero and a Garden really does not like people with a hero complex if you know what I mean. Some plants in A Hero and a Garden will produce faster than others.

Generally A Hero and a Garden is pretty family friendly. There are concepts in A Hero and a Garden that some may find offensive. I never really thought much about the damage a hero does to the monsters because the monsters are evil. A Hero and a Garden makes the hero look bad and the villains look good. In other words the opposite of reality.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sounds: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: npckc
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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