can't wait for every Nintendo game to implement durability and crafting now that Nintendo has learned what Minecraft is

Only Nintendo could design a game so that they have a daily login bonus that rewards checking in many days in a row, and then make it so that the building that's in closes for a day at one point, killing your streak for no good reason

piracy levels are 50% and rising

(50%) ■■■■■□□□□□

Be Like Water:

• knock people on their ass when they're not paying attention
• break computers by touching them
• support all types of fish

subtoot 

[Dracula at the blood donation drive]

nurse: Have you ever had any sexual contact with a man?

Dracula: What is a man?!

nurse, sighing heavily: Sorry, sir. Have you ever had any sexual contact with a miserable little pile of secrets?

I don't know... it's not that I actually hate New Horizons, I'm just confused and upset by how long it's taking to get all the essentials, since I pretty much need all of them to really enjoy Animal Crossing

Sorry for the whole rant

In all of the games before New Leaf, once you finish Nook's tutorial, you're free and can do whatever you feel like doing next (with the general vague goal of paying off your loan)

In New Horizons, you spend multiple days grinding in specific ways to get basic town essentials

And it's not grindy in the sense of "you have to get this many bells", it's grindy in the sense of "you have to get X amount of three specific items or you can't have an important part of your town", you're constantly forced to play how the game wants you to

This game could've been the best one yet, and it's the best *looking* one yet, but it's so far being so restrictive and painfully grindy that it's being such a pain to actually play it

I think New Horizons might be the worst main Animal Crossing yet

covid cw please 

I've owned Tabletop Simulator for a few months now, so I can't believe I only found out last night that you can play Magic in it

I guess I just didn't really bother looking hehe xux

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