Doraemon Story of Seasons Heads to PlayStation 4 on September 4

Doraemon Story of Seasons

Bandai Namco Entertainment America Inc. have announced farming simulator Doraemon Story of Seasons will be heading to PlayStation 4.

The game is based on the Story of Seasons games (originally known as Harvest Moon in the west), and the Doraemon manga and anime (written by Fujiko Fujio, starting in 1969). It combines the harvesting and farm management of the former, with the characters and light-hearted comedy antics of the latter.

In the manga and anime, Doraemon himself is a robotic cat from the future- sent back through time by Nobita’s future grandchild, to help him in his life (thereby improving the lives of his descendants). Doraemon also has a variety of wacky gadgets, which appear in Doraemon Story of Seasons.

Doraemon Story of Seasons originally launched in October 2019 for Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch.

You can find the PS4 Announcement trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

Doraemon meets Story of Seasons in this new, fresh take on farming!

Japan’s adored Doraemon franchise comes to Steam in Story of Seasons, a beloved farming simulation series lasting over 20 years.

The setting is Natura, and at the center of this land is the mystical Big Tree. Doraemon and friends will each take on a role to help out around town!

The theme of this experience is creating bonds with the town residents, and while doing so, enjoying the heart-warming interactions through each character and the part they play in the story.

But building a farm and raising horses and cattle like in other Story of Seasons games isn’t the only thing to do. Explore the town of Natura, go on adventures, catch bugs and much much more! Fans of the Doraemon series will also be happy to know that Doraemon’s gadgets can be used to assist you in your new, everyday life!

Enjoy the nostalgia of Doraemon and Story of Seasons while helping Noby live his farm life in this unique, lovable land!

Doraemon Story of Seasons on Windows PC (via Steam), Nintendo Switch, and September 4th on PlayStation 4.

Image: Steam

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Ryan Pearson


Taking his first steps onto Route 1 and never stopping, Ryan has had a love of RPGs since a young age. Now he's learning to appreciate a wider pallet of genres and challenges.