Big Farm Story thrives on being a really enjoyable farming sim especially if you’re not looking for anything too complex. The main story is 30 hours and the Goodgames Studios provide many side quests for you to achieve. The story starts off like most of the farming games, you receive a letter from your grandfather asking you to take over the farm because he has something else he needs to check on. Once you arrived at the farm, you find it in a bad state after the recent storm, but your neighbour’s son Benny offered to help you. Your mission now is to find out where your grandfather is.
Players will immediately notice the game’s gorgeous art style. The character models and map aesthetics are all very eye pleasing. The music does an excellent job of complementing these visuals as well, providing a warm tone that seems to fit perfectly.
Between raising livestock, quest finding for the neighbours, managing a expanding farm, players will always have something to do in Big Farm Story. You can easily find yourself getting lost in the atmosphere. Big Farm Story has a fantastic balance of finding yourself trying to play efficiently as possible but having a casual and light-hearted experience.