Another Animal Crossing Bells huge shortcoming of this show is the lack of thickness with thing interactivity. More things will need to be interactive(eg you should be able to lounge at pools like you can with chairs), and many items need to be more striking when used(eg the cannon should produce an actual cannonball as a substitute for a sad puff of smoke, arcades should have a tiny mini-game attached). This is especially true of bigger items that take up a great deal of room. For how big it is, it's quite annoying that I can not get in the teacup ride.
Been a huge fan of the show because Wild World, put tens of thousands of hours to Wild World and New Leaf each and adored both those matches.
I have not touched NH since a month after it came out, and I believe it is worth exploring and discussing the potential reasons why. Appears an important portion of longtime AC fans feel the same. Sorry if you do not like hearing anything other than a 100% positive opinion of this game.
I enjoy the game. One of the major problems stem from myself and it is I don't have any clue how to decorate my island. It's still the default option island and I've seen some people nuts, I still lack the imagination to do this.
My only other gripes will be villager interactions which feel bogged down compared to previous entrances and a few spawn rates for certain bugs/fish are ridiculous.
People allow nostalgia cloud their decision far too frequently in this sub.
I have like 250-300 hours on it. I enjoyed them but I do not have some incentive to enter anymore. The Cheap Animal Crossing Items connections with villagers are bland at most and the decoration thing is a bit overwhelming. Still I return like 1-2 times Each Week