Yeah, if the two players were equivalent owners and could"advance" the Animal Crossing Items island evenly, it would be OK. I have it and my daughter is your island owner so there's really nothing I could do unless she goes and does the quests.
And he is tackling a particular point made in the article. Does he need to explore every single topic prior to making a comment?
This is obviously not a game designed toward the majority of people with this sub. I do not really understand all of the hating given most folks here didn't play with the old ones or clearly have an interest in a game which is not Animal Crossing.
Do not like decorating? Don't like speaking to villagers? That's disliking the heart of what the game is intended to be and it is no wonder you'd hate it.
Just so absurd to see people get up in arms over a string not intended to be their own jam.
I really don't think that has been the gist of this criticism in any way. People have critiqued the sport for the ways that it deviated from the older games, not since the AC formula is not for players.
There's still content which has yet to come out for ACNH, I really don't think we can say it is not exactly the same when we haven't seen everything they're going to release yet! Sure it sucks that some of the cool furniture in the other games is not inside yet, but I hope that will come after as store updates occur and whatnot.
Why couldn't they release everything from the start? That's the thing that I'm not happy about. I enjoyed that the 120 hours I put into the game and got out before its flaws started bothering me a great deal, but that was all before even paintings were added and with how slow it is to get paintings I feel like I wasted a great deal of time enjoying it beforehand. The one thing this launch schedule/scheme has done is make me want to not play for two years and pick it up when it seems like a complete game.
Edit: We might have while also getting advancements such as crafting more than 1 item at once.
There's nothing wrong wanting a match to be better, regardless of precedence.
There are at least two people here actually saying they hate talking and decorating. And sure it's not a problem if people want to spin up themselves over something silly, but it is confusing none the less.
AgeEighty said folks want features which were in past games, and you somehow misinterpreted that as"not wanting things in Cheap Nook Miles Ticket Animal Crossing." I wouldn't be surprised if you neglected to know different remarks here as well.