Following in the footsteps of Animal Crossing: New Leaf (2013) and Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (2015), Nintendo brings you a brand new Animal Crossing game for Nintendo Switch. This colorful simulation community-builder features your favorite characters from previous games in the series, including shop owner and occasional loan shark Tom Nook and adorable little Isbelle. Get ready to explore this brand new world and grab your copy of Animal Crossing.
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Animal Crossing New Horizons is rated
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Rated 4 out of
Could do without the romance featureI’ve played other Animal Crossing games before and I loved being able to make friends with the villagers, this new release however steps it up a notch, maybe too far.
Having best friends is one one thing, and being able to marry Isabelle and Bluebear, is cute at a glance, but the whole Tom Nook sugar daddy sub plot was a bit graphic for my taste. That said it does explain a lot.
Like others said being able to eat the animals does add a sense of realism but it makes me uncomfortable, especially once you unlock the dialogue about the “fursuits”.
All in all it’s a great game and definitely a bold move on Nintendo’s part.
Date published: 2020-01-18
Rated 5 out of
amazing gameThe animal crossing series is amazing and never disappoints
There are not really any that I am aware of, but maybe I just never heard of one like it. The closest I think you can get is a game called Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles; however, I don't really think it's that similar to AC. It's an open world game. You have to look for "sprites" to open sections of the maps. There are villagers that ask you to do things, you can trade items you find and there is a farm you can own. I didn't play it for long because I just couldn't remember the map or locations of items, but it's very laid back with beautiful graphics. A lot of people don't like the controls and how the character moves, but I think that might just be more about getting used to the characters boundaries. The next closest that I can think of is called Stardew Valley. Although it's more of a farm simulating game, there are people in town that you can get to know, and the more you get to know them, you get "heart events," showing that you are becoming closer friends. There is a board in the town where the townspeople can ask for you to do tasks, plus you get mail from them with recipes and whatnot. Stardew Valley can be a very addicting game... I have heard that My Time At Portia is very similar to Stardew Valley, with different graphics, but I have never played MTAP. Good luck on your quest to find a similar game.
Answered by: crazydaisy123
Date published: 2019-10-28
Will we be able to play animal crossing on the Nintendo Switch lite?
Asked by: pootypooty45
I would assume so as the hardware is the same and i doubt they would add motion controls to it.
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