No stores, no Animal Crossing Nook Miles Ticket particular place such as the island or the city, about the only thing you can really do is decorate your own city and home. Even though it's hard to know how this game would have worked out like if the pandemic did not happen. Like perhaps the April update would have had more inside, but who knows.I can't wait to play with this game for 20 minutes and then don't play it again until the next update comes out.
This. They could've only ported new leaf into the switch and had a much better end product than what's out there now.The something non-gamers always ask me when they visit AC is"wow, that appears really cool! Can you cook in that sink?" . .underwhelmed? I mean, the pumpkin farming is cool and undoubtedly will result in more vegetable growing later on, but aside from that. . .just some fresh Halloween decorations and handing out candies appears pretty sparse in comparison to what's been done in past AC games.
The majority of the updates that have happened so far were simply to add things which were already in new foliage, and none of the new features are memorable.New Horizons just has very little engaging material IMO. After a month of admittedly really fun times with the match, I had little to no desire to pick it back up. Vastly prefer Stardew Valley.
I have my fair share of criticism for stardew, however at least it is a completed game. I also find it hilarious that one single indie dev created a 20 life sim/farming gameg that had more content on discharge than ac does now
Careful. Saying this at the cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Items thread contributes to hate. People really need to say this game has no flaws...