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Welcome to Animal Crossing - Switch, 2019

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The mayor and Isabelle might be getting all tired from their camping and smashing and whatever else... Lucky for them, Tom Nook is already setting up for their return.

Coming in 2019, a new Animal Crossing game is arriving on Nintendo Switch.

More details are yet to be announced.

 

I must say I am quite excited! Not only is the game perfect for what the Switch can do, but many people (as well as I) have been clamoring and waiting for a new Animal Crossing game, especially on this system. To see it's finally coming is a real treat!

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I haven't actually played an Animal Crossing since the GCN version--I still play the GCN version. To be honest I never had much incentive to try the other games in the series because I enjoy the GCN game that much and I didn't want to deal with the tedious town upkeep or anything with other games. I did hear great things about New Leaf, which even addresses stuff like that, but I passed on it.

Now a new game is coming to Switch and I couldn't be happier.

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It was bound to be coming, and to have it confirmed is great.

Within a year, I'm expecting. It's more than likely a summer game, with the first Direct of next year maybe giving us a first look at it.

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Who would like it if they did a Sonic crossover (i.e. SOnic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, etc. could move into your town)?  It would be that far off because in addition to characters based of Splatoon and Sanrio, the whole world got LoZ characters (Wolf Link, Ganon, Medli, and Epona (Links to the Animal Crossing wiki of these characters are hyperlinked), in Japan they have Felyne from Monster Hunter:

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A character (Filly) based of 7/11 (7/11s are much more important and larger places than the US and other places

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And a character based off a Japanese cosmetics line called Fueki (This character, Holden, can't move in)

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On 9/14/2018 at 4:23 AM, Zaysho said:

I haven't actually played an Animal Crossing since the GCN version--I still play the GCN version. To be honest I never had much incentive to try the other games in the series because I enjoy the GCN game that much and I didn't want to deal with the tedious town upkeep or anything with other games. I did hear great things about New Leaf, which even addresses stuff like that, but I passed on it.

Now a new game is coming to Switch and I couldn't be happier.

New Leaf vs GCN was kind of like the New Super Mario Bros. U to the original NSMB.  It made the games that come between feel irrelevant in comparison because it's like "oh this is what a sequel to the original should've been all along", with the other games being baby steps towards it.  I played the original a ton too, and neither DS or Wii Animal Crossing quite hooked me in for a long time like GCN or New Leaf did.  GCN is so classic and cosy, but DS and Wii just didn't add enough - while also making a fair amount of changes I didn't care for.  New Leaf kept only the best of those changes, while also adding so many quality of life features and a higher level of customisation for the overall experience, not just your house and character appearance.

Having said that, with a year to go, you might as well wait to see how the Switch one turns out at this point.

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