I kinda wish the game had a cooking strategy or something from Nanlina's blog

Hollow is a great way to Animal Crossing Bellsdescribe it.

It seems only from reading all the comments like the men and women who love really New Horizons and have no complaints are individuals who discovered Animal Crossing either with this game or using pocket camp.

Dude, the most outspoken critics and the best comments ARE people who like monster crossing games. Half the time they bring up old AC games with much more functionality/features. Read the damn comments rather than skimming.

Decorating stuff is probably the most fleshed out part of it however it is rather delayed satisfaction, whereas chatting or playing with your villagers is material that is more immediately facing you.

I kinda wish the game had a cooking strategy or something? Perhaps certain villagers like certain dishes or you could create food for celebrations or something.

Spoilers if you do not wish to know about potential future content upgrades, but dataminers have found code that is apparently related to growing veggies and some kind of cooking (DIYs maybe?) . I really don't know the full details, but this has been posted some time before, and I'd guess it would be coming around the time of the Harvest Festival if that's still a thing.

Yessss. Yeah a lot of the baseline features and gameplay sounds like it might support a feature like this, source collecting and recipes etc, so it doesn't seem like a massive leap. When it does turn into something I would be so happy.

I've been a fan of the show since Wild World, which came out in 2005. I was about 11 or so. I bought a Switch for buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Items New Horizons (specifically the NH special/limited edition), so hopefully my input will be valuable.

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