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Graveyard Keeper - £5.79 on PlayStation Store UK (digital)
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Graveyard Keeper - £5.79 on PlayStation Store UK (digital)

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Graveyard Keeper is the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management sim of all time. Build and manage your own graveyard, and expand into other ventures, while finding shortcuts to cut costs. Use all the resources you can find. After all, this is a game about the spirit of capitalism, and doing whatever it takes to build a thriving business. And it’s also a love story.

Face ethical dilemmas. Do you really want to spend money on that proper burger meat for the witch-burning festival, when you have so many resources lying around?
Gather valuable materials and craft new items. Expand your Graveyard into a thriving business.
Quests and corpses. These dead bodies don’t need all those organs, do they? Why not grind them up and sell them to the local butcher?
Explore mysterious dungeons. Take a trip into the unknown, and discover new alchemy ingredients — which may or may not poison a whole bunch of nearby villagers.
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Played this on the Xbox using Games Pass and honestly I wouldn’t pay for it. The game itself is meh but the DLC really leaves a bad taste in your mouth. The game lacks content, it even acknowledges that in the end credits and makes a joke of it.

The game is extremely grindy and the first DLC is nothing but automation for basic tasks. Like I said earlier I had this on Games Pass and I still bought that DOC just because I wanted to finish the game.
Mattevansc302/12/2019 08:59

Played this on the Xbox using Games Pass and honestly I wouldn’t pay for i …Played this on the Xbox using Games Pass and honestly I wouldn’t pay for it. The game itself is meh but the DLC really leaves a bad taste in your mouth. The game lacks content, it even acknowledges that in the end credits and makes a joke of it. The game is extremely grindy and the first DLC is nothing but automation for basic tasks. Like I said earlier I had this on Games Pass and I still bought that DOC just because I wanted to finish the game.


Wow that sounds bad, I was hoping it would be close to a darker Stardew Valley.

Surprised you got to the end credits, I’d have moved on if it got too grindy.
Mattevansc302/12/2019 08:59

Played this on the Xbox using Games Pass and honestly I wouldn’t pay for i …Played this on the Xbox using Games Pass and honestly I wouldn’t pay for it. The game itself is meh but the DLC really leaves a bad taste in your mouth. The game lacks content, it even acknowledges that in the end credits and makes a joke of it. The game is extremely grindy and the first DLC is nothing but automation for basic tasks. Like I said earlier I had this on Games Pass and I still bought that DOC just because I wanted to finish the game.


Now I'm confused. Had heard good things about this. Like it was an undead Stardew Valley...
EugeneVictorTooms02/12/2019 10:10

Wow that sounds bad, I was hoping it would be close to a darker Stardew …Wow that sounds bad, I was hoping it would be close to a darker Stardew Valley.Surprised you got to the end credits, I’d have moved on if it got too grindy.


I’m a completionist, I hate being “beaten” by a game.
Alipan02/12/2019 11:02

Now I'm confused. Had heard good things about this. Like it was an undead …Now I'm confused. Had heard good things about this. Like it was an undead Stardew Valley...


That what I was hoping too.

Games like Stardew Valley work because they have a combination of two things, charm and satisfaction. I don’t mean charm as in cutesy but in personality. Graveyard Keeper lacks in both of these categories.

The game is completely lacking in charm. The NPC’s lack any form of personality and their storylines are functional. The devs also confuse cynicism for humour. Your character is just negative and shows disdain for everything around him, he’s an a*hole you don’t want to help.

There’s also no satisfaction in completing tasks, unlocking new tech just unlocks new grind. There’s no benefit for improving your graveyard because money is inconsequential in the game. Everything costs so much that the amount of grind required to buy materials is more than the amount of grind to harvest them.

Talking about grind, the timers and limiters on it make it feel like a micro transaction filled mobile game...without the micro transactions! It’s a chore.
Mattevansc302/12/2019 13:09

That what I was hoping too.Games like Stardew Valley work because they …That what I was hoping too.Games like Stardew Valley work because they have a combination of two things, charm and satisfaction. I don’t mean charm as in cutesy but in personality. Graveyard Keeper lacks in both of these categories.The game is completely lacking in charm. The NPC’s lack any form of personality and their storylines are functional. The devs also confuse cynicism for humour. Your character is just negative and shows disdain for everything around him, he’s an a*hole you don’t want to help.There’s also no satisfaction in completing tasks, unlocking new tech just unlocks new grind. There’s no benefit for improving your graveyard because money is inconsequential in the game. Everything costs so much that the amount of grind required to buy materials is more than the amount of grind to harvest them.Talking about grind, the timers and limiters on it make it feel like a micro transaction filled mobile game...without the micro transactions! It’s a chore.



Great info - thanks.
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