Don’t Starve: Nintendo Switch Edition for Nintendo Switch
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Don’t Starve: Nintendo Switch Edition

Apr 12, 2018
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Content Rating: Teen

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In Don't Starve: Nintendo Switch Edition, You play as Wilson, an intrepid Gentleman Scientist who has been trapped by a demon and transported to a mysterious wilderness world. Enter a bizarre and unexplored world full of strange creatures, dangers, and surprises. Learn to exploit the environment and its inhabitants to escape and find your way back home. If you're ready for a new challenge, Reign of Giants expands the entire world of Don't Starve with new characters, seasons, creatures, biomes, and other challenges to Don’t Starve.

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Mitch VogelApr 25, 2018
A distinct visual style, countless hours of randomized gameplay, and an open ended nature that favors boldness combine to make this an easy suggestion. If you still haven’t gotten around to playing Don’t Starve, this is one of the best versions you can get.
Emily SowdenApr 18, 2018
Don't Starve: Nintendo Switch Edition is perfect for survival and strategy-lovers, but it could've used a couple more weeks in testing to nip those pesky bugs in the bud. Though it's as fun as ever there's nothing different about this version and, especially if you've already sunk hours and hours into the game on PC, console, or mobile, there's no real need to pick this up again. I mean, unless you want to own it on the Switch.
GameCentralApr 16, 2018
The premise is interesting and the game looks great. Deep crafting system and an impressively interactive environment. The expansions greatly expand the variety and scope of the story. Permadeath just doesn’t seem very fair in context, and only underlines how repetitive the game can be in the early stages. Quite expensive, especially without the co-op expansion.

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