We’ve waited for months and it’s finally here, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is finally here. Well, in another 9 months. But that’s okay! Nintendo know better than to leave fans in the dark so we were treated to 27 minutes of gameplay that reveals so much that it deserved its own article separate to the general Nintendo E3 Rundown.
Although I usually pick and choose which conferences I watch when it comes to E3, I’ve actually been pretty on top of everything so far. Whether it be through excessive memes on twitter or watching my friends get excited about games I hadn’t heard of, I knew the best had yet to come.
Nintendo will always be my number one and their direct is the only one where I actually set an alarm to make sure I wouldn’t miss it. So now it’s over, let’s have some fun talking about what just happened (hint: it’s a lot).
Brand loyalty is a term thrown around constantly when discussing the differences between consoles. Mainly used to rag on Nintendo supporters (considering their history of lacking release-date libraries), I shocked myself when I started to justify buying an entire console for just two exclusives. So, why did I do it and do I regret it?
So recently I’ve discovered that you can play Japanese mobile games which (depending on how you look at it), is possibly the greatest or worst piece of information I could have found out. I would say I’m a pretty tough person to please when it comes to these free app games, but this game advertised fantastic Kiniro Mosaic art that I had never seen before. Needless to say, I’m addicted.