Localization studio Aksys Games announced today that cutesy farming/cafe management game Little Dragons Café is coming to Steam on November 15th. Little Dragons Café released earlier this summer on consoles. This will mark main designer Yasuhiro Wada's second game to come to PC, after Birthdays the Beginning launched last year on Steam. The PC release of Little Dragons Café will be a straight port, and as neither of the console versions has any meaningful DLC, it will have no additional pack-ins. Little Dragons Café is set to launch on Steam in two weeks, on November 15th.
Offering a laid-back, chilled-out approach to farming games, Little Dragons Café is more about exploration and solving puzzles in order to gather food for your café. With no combat, you're set free into the world in order to both support your rapidly evolving dragon companion, as well as expand the menu of the café you run with your sibling. The more you feed your scaley friend, the more help he can be, providing a handy set of wings to gather ingredients otherwise out of reach, or offering a simple alternative to walking everywhere.
At a press event earlier this summer, we found Little Dragons Café a charming and relaxing experience. This would continue a trend set with Wada's Birthdays the Beginning, which is a god game/world management sim where you create tiny cube-shaped worlds in order to watch life evolve and grow before your eyes. Both games struck a similar tone in art style and offered gaming experiences that left players free to explore the world at their own pace. While Little Dragons Café may be a more directed experience, it still provided a lovely fantasy experience right out of a storybook. Little Dragons Café is set to come to Steam in just a short couple of weeks, on November 15th.
Have you been holding out for this Steam release? Are you planning on double dipping? What are you most looking forward to raising your dragon?