We’re stuck on a deserted island being held hostage by Tom Nook I love it
Oh she made a toolbox
"I made a flimsy axe"
Never change Animal Crossing
at least you can make your own paths now
Villager said fuck a bridge, I’ll pole vault that shit.
Tom Nook really be charging me to live on a deserted Island and terraform it for people that are going to live there too? Yeah take my wallet
Animal Crossing: Fyre Festival
Edit: my first ever reddit gold! thanks to the person who gave it to me!
r/animalcrossing is not gonna like the delay
Man what a let down I was expecting animal crossing prison camp smh my head Nintendo
well, back to New Leaf until March 2020
Delay is a bummer, but from the small gameplay they showed it looks like it will be worth it.
I can't wait to play this virtual life simulator, and totally neglect real life
I remember seeing the black screen and thinking please be animal crossing, hearing english and just thinking "Fuck".
Tom nook still on his bullshit I see
Animal Crossing: Lost
Did they just show same screen multiplayer on Treehouse??? That's kind of a big deal unless I'm mistaken.
I don’t care about the delay but can we all be appreciative and notice at the end there’s like 8 players on ONE island/server?
THATS KINDA WORTH THE WAIT
I hope that 90 year old lady makes it to March.
Where is Isabelle? Please tell me she’s safe.
I wanna die
So like...a deserted island though?
As long as I don’t have to tan to stay black.
Looks like the credit card system may be back, seen in Nook's workshop.
Things may possibly be able to be put on angles, seen when putting down the campfire after clearing terrain.
You can dig up entire trees and keep them as trees. At this point a villager (Olivia) can be seen sitting on the ground.
Wide variety of skin tones and facial features.
The summoning circles worked
My only concern is that the island seems kinda smallish. It doesn’t seem like it’ll be able to host a lot of villagers and shops and such.
I’m feeling way better about this now that I’ve seen gameplay I just hope there’s a way to access stuff like the museum, able sister’s, etc. I’m hoping that’s what the airplane icon is on the map.
I’m so hype but also so mad that this means I’m gonna have to keep playing Pocket Camp until then. Love the game but it’s been quickly turning into a cash grab very recently...
Thank you, Nintendo, for giving me 9 more months to live my life
I hope they work on the animal dialogue so it’s able to sustain people who play all year round instead of having half a dozen archetypes
I wonder how this will work without a "main street" or city area for all the shops.
Just watched the treehouse. Here are my thoughts:
The water looks really good in my opinion. Love this art style.
The clouds cast shadows on the ground and the shadows roll across the ground. Very peaceful
Textures look really good and smooth especially for a game that's still 9 months out. Overall the atmosphere and aesthetic are simply beautiful and I cant wait.
The reworked tools system reminds me of BotW and that's a good thing. You can craft tools of varying quality based on items you collect around the island. You can also buy the tools instead of crafting them. Tools can break, and the flimsier the tool the more quickly it will break. This will add a whole new layer of complexity to the game, and it will be really cool to have different types of tools to craft for different jobs.
You can put down furniture in the real world, and your tent is moveable. Once you upgrade to a house I'm sure you cant pack it up and move it around like the tent. But the gameplay showed two people (who were playing on the same screen with one joycon each - so awesome) set up a little camp on the beach with a bonfire and a bench they crafted. To me that sounds so fun. On summer nights you can set up a beach fishing post with your friends (up to 8 at a time) and hang out around a bonfire and go shark hunting, for example.
Fish bait! You can dig up clams on the beach and use them as bait to attract certain types of fish. Again, adds another level of complexity to the fishing mechanic. I'll be interested to see if there are additions to bug catching as well.
I am almost positive that the direction of this game is to build your town from the ground up. You start in a tent, Nook starts in a tent, theres no real amenities (not even bridges). However you build all these things yourself as the game progresses. I am nearly certain that you'll be able to build a museum, a town square, etc. all in due time. This allows you to truly customize the island to your liking. It's a blank slate. A beautiful blank slate.
Music was definitely new, and sounded like classic animal crossing music.
You have a smartphone with different apps on it. You can also earn Nook Miles by travelling, doing chores, etc and use these to purchase things. Not sure what though. This part gave me a slight pause because it felt like that alternate currency in Pocket Camp a little bit (the dollars as opposed to the bells) but it seems like there will be daily and continuous goals and tasks for earning Nook Miles.
I know some people expressed some uncertainty around it being an island, saying it won't feel as cozy or wondering about seasons. All the island aspect has that's different from New Leaf, as far as I can tell, is another beach. So 3 sidea of your town have beach as opposed to two in New Leaf.
I spotted a special structure by the beach. It looks like a fishing dock or something with a building attached. They went around it and didnt talk about it but I spotted it briefly toward the end. Very interesting.
That's my thoughts for now! I'll add more as a comment to this post later once I see some more. Overall I am bummed about pushing it till March 2020, but it really looks like an amazing game. Much deeper than past titles, with added complexity and couch co-op. I cannot wait.
This looks really fun, as long as we bring wonderful shops to the island.
Also, fuck you Nintendo, I believed you when you said 2019 T.T
I've never played an Animal Crossing game before. What should I look forward to?
so hyped you couldn't wait til the release date finished fading in!
I love the gameplay and idea, but 2020.... Ugh.
Patience is not my strong suit
This game has literally everything I ever wanted
The water in the trailer blew my mind
I wish they would’ve announced the delay sooner. We wouldn’t have gotten our hopes up, then the trailer during the direct would’ve been a pleasant surprise.
Tom Nook probably owns a student loan company on the side.
It was my most wanted 2019 title, it is a shame but
it looks amazing, everything I hoped to see, I saw, not a weird spinoff, a good ol’ Animal Crossing.
2019 is PACKED, all those RPG: DQXI, Ni no Kuni and Mario Maker 2, Astral Chain, DQ builder 2, pokemon, Zelda, Fire Emblem,...
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