Honest question: what is different for you in the previous ones? from Weismart's blog

I played about 100 hours, before Animal Crossing Bells I got burnt out. And I was taking my time on this match. I was not one of those players who time traveled, or played for hours on end every day. That is coming from someone who's played previous games in the series for months, without getting bored. I guess you can say so. It's just a shame that New Horizons was just able to maintain my interest for about 3 months, especially considering this is a game that's made to be played at least one year.


Also, 100 hours spent in New Horizons, is not necessarily exactly like 100 hours in a game such as, say, Breath of the Wild. A good chunk of my playtime has been spent doing dull and repetitive jobs, or only waiting because the overall gameplay is so slow. I don't regret my time on this match, but I only wish there were more reasons to make me desire to continue playing, and sadly there aren't.


Honest question: what is different for you in the previous ones? I have been playing as the first AC and I really like new Horizons. I actually don't see it much different from others, the core mechanics are the same. I do agree it isn't a match for everybody however.


I think the same way. I had a lot of fun in Nook Miles Ticket For Sale the start filling the bug/fish log but I am not as much to the decorating and island creation aspect so I've gotten bored with that. I wish redd would visit much more frequently so it'd give me an incentive to log in and attempt to fill the rear room of the museum.


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