Disney Dreamlight Valley on Switch makes you feel the love tonight

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Disney Dreamlight Valley on Switch makes you feel the love tonight

If there are two things I love in life, it’s Disney and the Nintendo Switch, so anytime the two come together, I simply have to make it a part of my world. With this in mind, it comes as no surprise that I’ve kept a keen eye on Disney Dreamlight Valley since its initial announcement, as the game takes us to a world full of Disney characters in a place that’s a bit of a fixer-upper.

You see, Disney Dreamlight Valley is a life sim, so it involves the bare necessities of crafting, cooking, fishing, construction, and of course, welcoming new people to the valley. While the game fits the bill for everything you expect from the genre, there’s one thing you can’t find here that you do get in the likes of Stardew Valley.

It’s unsurprising, but I think I should point it out just in case, there’s no romance in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Instead, in a fashion similar to Animal Crossing, it’s all about platonic relationships. While this might be a disappointment for those that love to build a life with that special virtual someone, there’s simply no chance Disney is ever going to allow that with its characters. I respect that, as I can’t say I ever really think about going to the next level with Donald Duck.

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