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Been a massive fan of the show since Wild World, put thousands of Animal Crossing Bells hours into Wild World and New Leaf each and loved both those matches. Will be some of my all time favorites forever.

Appears an important part of longtime AC fans feel the same. Except for those who don't enjoy hearing anything other than a 100% positive opinion of this match.

I like the game. It is still the default option island and I've seen some folks nuts, I lack the imagination to do that.

My only other gripes is villager interactions which feel bogged down in comparison to previous entries and a few spawn rates for certain bugs/fish are ridiculous.

People allow nostalgia cloud their judgement far too frequently in this sub.

I have like 250-300 hours on it. I enjoyed them but I do not have any incentive to input anymore. The connections with villagers are bland at the decoration thing is somewhat overwhelming. Still I return like 1-2 times Each Week

I have been enjoying the sport every day since launch and have 225 hours in it. I feel some people are trying to have everything done in this game as fast as possible, and then angry when they discover there's nothing then. They constantly go to islands which have high rates for turnips, get millions of bells, and update their house and can buy everything they ever need. Additionally trading recipes and paintings. I really don't play online in any way, and still have not upgraded my house completely.

Folks will say because online is in the game then what they are doing is fine, which it is, however, don't complain when you hurry to get everything and you get bored. I feel like this kind of game doesn't lend itself nicely to an online system. Also, I think it's played best when you play about one hour a day.

There's a few things I'd enjoy improved, but I am enjoying my first AC game since the cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells GameCube.

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