I also find Animal Crossing Items humorous that one single indie dev made a 20 lifetime sim/farming gameg that had more content on release than ac does today
Careful. Saying this in the AC thread leads to hate. People really want to say this game does not have any defects...
I agree with you, though. I do my everyday rock bell and hitting burying, but I have nothing else to do. Villagers do not communicate much. You are gated by DIY jobs (I have still yet to find anything for a proper kitchen). Swimming is nice. . It all just feels"meh."
Still play with it, but I'm also very comfortable just letting times go by (sometimes weekly or two ) until I bother to log on, again.I believe the only reason why my comment still has positiv karma is because I drew a direkt comparison. AC:NH isnt a bad game, it just lacks a lot of stuff people who played with the 3DS name came to expect.
Whats kinda sad is that some missing attributes feel as though they aren't missing but are intentionally tedious (buying stuff in bulk, not having the ability to craft stuff out of storage, crafting materials in bulk, no shopping cart for clothes, not being able to maneuver town hall - just to name a few) to pad playtime.
But I am certain these problems will likely be resolved given time.Are we studying the same threads? I see nothing but folks complaining that the game they place 300 hours into has no content. I have never heard anybody call this match flawless.
Classic Reddit: Sharing a common view but labeling it as rare so people may feel nostalgic without actually having to be subversive.I imply , I won't bother to perform a complete reply as you have not contributed cheap Animal Crossing Bells much?