Yes, I pointed out the Splatoon thing. And I think you are misunderstanding my comment. That is obviously obviously dependent on the Animal Crossing New Horizons Items finished product. I was marginally making the opposite statement really. That it's weird that the game feels half baked given they had seven years involving titles, even with some of the group on other endeavors.
I really like NH but it's the first animal crossing game I have beaten in terms of paying off my home before we even made to autumn.
Now money is useless so the loop has been broken.
I haven't loaded it up in ~4 months and whenever I think about it I do not actually understand what I would accomplish inside.
Fossils are done (that is a first too).
When cash is meaningless - what's there to chase on the daily?
Boot up, see whether Redd is in, see if any rare bugs are outside / fish for that time.
Here is hoping for purposeful investments for Bells in a future upgrade. I didn't even mistreat the Turnips like the others did.
Either way 95+ hours for $60 is excellent value.
There are over 300 (400?) Potential villagers and I can not ask a person to leave. Whenever someone is at the campsite, I have to go through the most infuriating tune and dance to make them move in and then I'm not even permitted to pick who I wanted to move out.
This, together with so many goofy little things, create a buy Animal Crossing Items peaceful experience turn sour in such an unnecessary manner.