An amazing farming simulator She is the latest to join a growing list of popular Steam games that are only available in Chinese. Since its early launch in January 2019, it has amassed nearly 10,000 reviews, 84 percent of which were positive. It’s very easy to see why: Amazing Cultivation Simulator is a fun-looking management simulation like Dwarf Fortress or Rimworld but is located in legendary China.
Based on a very popular fictional genre called xianxia, you play as a spiritual leader looking to ascend to deity through “cultivation,” a Taoist concept in which people gain supernatural powers through the practice of meditation and martial arts. Similar to Rimworld colonies, in Amazing Cultivation Simulator you can build your own religious sect, attract and train disciples. In roguelike style, each campaign is played on a randomly generated map with different events that can be played at any time.
This all sounds pretty cool, so I’m so excited that Amazing Cultivation Simulator is finally out of Early Access And the Getting English acclimatization next week on 25 November. The full version will cost $ 25.
In a press release announcing the English translation, GSQ Games has included a new trailer which you can see below. Much like Roguelike Sims games, it’s very difficult to analyze what is happening at a glance, but there are big dragons and cute panda and the concept of becoming a legendary mystic is badass. I just hope the translation is good.
It really appears that Chinese developers are undergoing a small renaissance thanks to the availability of Steam, a vital loophole that allows many indie developers to circumvent the strict censorship laws imposed by their government and publish their games to a global audience.
Earlier this year, it released another major RPG made in China for Early Access and Blade-style RPG called Sands of Salzaar. An English version is available It shows a lot of hope, although the game itself remains very challenging in some places. There is, too Gojian 3, A fantastic and action-packed RPG blend of xianxia and The Witcher 3, with surprisingly exciting storyline. And if you haven’t already, you should be playing Chinese parents, A life simulation that seriously explores some stereotypes about what it’s like growing up in modern China. The list goes on and on, too. Eastern exorcistAnd the Taiwu’s scrollAnd the Bloody spellThere are dozens of highly popular and highly rated Chinese games on Steam that are worth your time.