Hokko Life Preview (Steam Early Access)

In Our Hokko Life Preview, we hop off the train and into a new life in the village of Hokko! Take over the old workshop and get creative; use crafted materials and design everything in town! With complete creative freedom, what type of town will we build.

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Hokko Life Preview Pros:

  • Chunky cartoon graphics.
  • 3.86GB Download size.
  • Graphics-fullscreen, resolution, ambient occlusion, bloom and graphics quality (low/medium/high/ultra).
  • Controller support.
  • Character creator settings – skin/eye/hair color and then any highlights.
  • Tutorials unfold and present themselves as you play and need to know new things.
  • Lifestyle action gameplay.
  • Plays and feels like a love letter to games like Animal Crossing.
  • Colorful bunch of characters.
  • Save and exit option.
  • You pick things up by proxy.
  • Stamina bar for running around.
  • Moss is your shopkeeper who stocks most things from items to crafting materials.
  • The camera can be zoomed in and out.
  • Constant gameplay updates.
  • Easy to use system for moving furniture around.
  • Full clothes creator tool that allows you to create custom designs.
  • You can edit and change anything you craft to give it a unique edge.
  • You can farm materials from trees to fishing to mining.
  • It is a happy-inducing game.
  • Very deep and rewarding experience.

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Hokko Life Preview Cons:

  • Occasional black screens and lockups.
  • Menus still require a mouse for now.
  • Basic graphic settings.
  • Had a black screen that wouldn’t
  • Slow starter.
  • Cannot go up any ledges no matter how small.

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Hokko life:

Official website.

Developer: Wonderscope Games

Publisher: Team 17

Store Links –

Steam Early Access

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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