I really like NH but it's the very first animal crossing game
Posted November 11,2020 in Другие.
Yes, I pointed out the Splatoon thing. And I think you're misunderstanding my remark. I didn't indicate they did nothing but develop NH for seven decades. That's clearly obviously based on the finished product. I was Animal Crossing Items somewhat creating the contrary statement actually. That it's odd that the game feels half baked since they had 7 years between names, even with a number of the team on other endeavors.
I really like NH but it's the very first animal crossing game I've beaten regarding paying off my home - before we even got to autumn.
Now money is futile so the loop is broken.
I have not loaded it up in ~4 weeks and whenever I think of it I do not actually know what I would accomplish in it.
Fossils are performed (that's a first also ).
When cash is meaningless - what's there to chase on the daily?
Boot up, see whether Redd is in, see whether any rare insects are outside / fish for this moment.
If not - go speak to an animal that says 3 things total over and over and over again (regrettably ).
Here's hoping for purposeful investments for Bells at a future update. I didn't even abuse the Turnips like others did.
There are over 300 (400?) Potential villagers and I can not ask someone to leave. Whenever someone reaches the campsite, I must go through the most infuriating tune and dance to make them move in and I'm not even allowed to choose who I wanted to move out.
This, together with a lot of goofy little things, create a calm encounter turn sour in this kind of unnecessary manner.
I really HATED the long, tedious tutorial of NH. I know they wanted it to feel like you are developing a city on a distant island from nothing, but it was this kind of buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells constant slog to get through.