ConcernedApe: When I “reopen the book on Stardew, I always have a hard time closing it”


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Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone, the creator behind the marvellous Stardew Valley, has participated in an interview with Aftermath in which he discusses a number of things including both Stardew Valley and his next project, Haunted Chocolatier. Barone admitted to the site that once he gets to work on Stardew Valley he has a really hard time stopping, as he always thinks of neat features that could be added to the game. Regarding his next project Haunted Chocolatier, Barone says that “When it’s ready, that’s when I’ll release it.”

“Once I reopen the book on Stardew, I always have a hard time closing it again because I always want to add more things, make it better, make it cooler, make people happy,” Barone said. “It’s exciting. Every single thing I’m adding, I’m thinking about how people are going to play this and talk about it and love it. It’s gonna be part of their experience. It could make a memory that they might cherish forever. That’s a special thing. It’s hard for me to not want to do that.”

“[Fan expectation] definitely puts pressure on me,” he said, “but it’s better to have a delayed game that’s actually good than a bad game that’s on time. When it’s ready, that’s when I’ll release it. I’m not too concerned with the pressure. I don’t feel like I owe anyone anything when it comes to Haunted Chocolatier. It’s a game that I’m deciding to make. I don’t need to make it.”


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