And don't get Animal Crossing Items me wrong, I love the game. I have played a scary amount of hours, and take great pleasure from planning and decorating. However, I just wish things occurred after I set it up. Let us let Ribbot use the workout area he's got. Reneigh just stumbled into an outdoor restaurant setup, possibly her and Melba wanna sit down and do something.
Dude minigames would conserve the series 100 percent, or being in a position to interact with things in a more pleasing way (maybe zoom up on the item and let you play it idk). And also to designate a set of things as a larger whole item ( like the soccer goals)
I'm curious about how fleshing out villagers would do the job. Given that there's so many it might be tough to make them unique without a ton of work. I've always just viewed them as a distinctive category of decorations in my town/island.
I have thought for some time they need two dialogue"sets" per villager: one because of their personality, and yet another for their species. That way they can still have a reasonable Quantity of work in development when instilling some more variety in Their villagers
Yeah I really do know the lack of development in front given there are over 400 villagers now. Expecting each one to be wholey unique could be foolish.
When it would be tough to make cuts without a person losing a favorite, I'd feel that if they trimmed the roster so as to make every more unique or include more variety.
Yeah Sims 4 except not as greedy comes to my own mind too. There's too much focus on aesthetic and just decorating rather than gameplay stuff. And if there is gameplay stuff it is either reskins of older stuff or older stuff with something bit different. I can understand giving vacations via updates because it really seems they wouldn't have otherwise made it to the March 2020 release date and I can understand not wanting to postpone the match twice, but otherwise I would have chosen to have things like art swimming and gallery day one and let the updates pose some genuinely new things.