I still got 100 hours from it and I don’t regret it

 

I’ve been playing the Animal Crossing New Horizons BellsAnimal Crossing New Horizons Bells every day since launching and have 225 hours in it. I think some people are trying to have everything done in this game as quickly as possible, and then upset when they find there is nothing after that. They always go to islands that have high prices for turnips, get millions of bells, and update their house and can purchase everything they ever require. Additionally trading paintings and recipes. I really don’t play online in any way, and still haven’t updated my house fully.

Folks might say because online is in the sport then what they’re doing is good, which it is, but don’t complain when you rush to find everything and you get tired. I feel as this type of game doesn’t lend itself well to an internet system. Also, I think that it’s played best when you play about an hour per day.

There is some things I’d like improved, but I am enjoying my first AC game since the GameCube.

I enjoyed NH a lot, but my interest really fell off once I received my island to five stars. I had created all of these spaces full of things nobody can socialize with and a island filled with villagers giving me the same dialogue. The game gets to a point where material is adorned, the museum is full, and re-terraforming is just dull, and it loses its allure and becomes a pot pulling simulator.

I still got 100 hours from it and I don’t regret it, but I just feel like there’s something to be obtained from the game that the devs haven’t allowed me to experience.

I was worried about just how much emphasis there appeared to be about crafting coming to ACNH, because I really don’t enjoy crafting in matches, and so far my concerns were justified. I played daily until a few weeks back and there is just no forward push to the match which makes me want to log in and advancement. I played with New Leaf for years and never tired of itand now I can not be fussed to even log into more than once a week. Also, COVID made me perform a whole lot more in the start, although not having an away-from-home lunch break has truly made me play less; it was an hour a day was developed in just for AC, and today it isn’t.

I’ve been playing the game every day since launching and have 225 hours in it. I think some people are trying to have everything done in this game as quickly as possible, and then upset when they find there is nothing after that. They always go to islands that have high prices for turnips, get millions of bells, and update their house and can purchase everything they ever require. Additionally trading paintings and recipes. I really don’t play online in any way, and still haven’t updated my house fully. Folks might say because online is in the sport then what they’re doing is good, which it is, but don’t complain when you rush to find everything and you get tired. I feel as this type of game doesn’t lend itself well to an internet system. Also, I think that it’s played best when you play about an hour per day. There is some things I’d like improved, but I am enjoying my first AC game since the GameCube. I enjoyed NH a lot, but my interest really fell off once I received my island to five stars. I had created all of these spaces full of things nobody can socialize with and a island filled with villagers giving me the same dialogue. The game gets to a point where material is adorned, the museum is full, and re-terraforming is just dull, and it loses its allure and becomes a pot pulling simulator. I still got 100 hours from it and I don’t regret it, but I just feel like there’s something to be obtained from the game that the devs haven’t allowed me to experience. I was worried about just how much emphasis there appeared to be about crafting coming to ACNH, because I really don’t enjoy crafting in matches, and so far my concerns were justified. I played daily until a few weeks back and there is just no forward push to the match which makes me want to log in and advancement. I played with New Leaf for years and never tired of itand now I can not be fussed to even log into more than once a week. Also, COVID made me perform a whole lot more in the start, although not having an away-from-home lunch break has truly made me play buy Animal Crossing Itemsbuy Animal Crossing Items less; it was an hour a day was developed in just for AC, and today it isn’t.

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