While it might be Difficult to make cuts without a person losing a favorite

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While it might be Difficult to make cuts without a person losing a favorite

And don't get me wrong, I love the game. I have played with a scary amount of hours, and take great pleasure from planning and decorating. However, I only wish things happened after I set it all up. Let us let Ribbot use the work out area he has. Reneigh simply stumbled into an outside restaurant setup, maybe her and Melba want sit down and do some thing. Roald has his combat helmet on and the fireworks show is happening, allow me to Animal Crossing Bells get in his house and help calm him down.

Dude minigames would save the series 100%, or being able to interact with items in a more enjoyable way (maybe zoom up on the item and let you play with it idk). And also to designate a set of things as a bigger whole item ( such as the soccer goals)

I am curious about how fleshing out villagers would work. Given that there is so many it might be hard to create them meaningfully unique without a whole lot of work.

I've thought for a while they need two dialogue"sets" per villager: one because of their character, and yet another for their species. That way they could still have a reasonable Quantity of work in development when instilling some more variety into their villagers

Yeah I really do know the lack of development in front there are over 400 villagers now. Expecting each one to be wholey unique could be foolish.

While it might be Difficult to make cuts without a person losing a favorite, I'd think that if they trimmed the roster in order to create every more unique or include more varietyIt seems to be the first thing that every villager states every day, which hides all of the really (semi automatic ) unique dialogue they have 2 or 3 interactions down.

I enjoy the game but besides a few changes, I believe the gameloop is becoming less energetic. I remember speaking to buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Items villagers and them do chores and things for them. They give me insistent lines.

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