During the Nintendo Treehouse gameplay demo of Animal Crossing: New Horizons yesterday, Nintendo showed off a lot of new features, but perhaps one of the most interesting sights was the in-game map full of new discoveries!
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Luigi’s Mansion 3, Pokémon, Link’s Awakening — but not Animal Crossing — confirmed playable at E3 2019
Earlier this morning, Nintendo made some additional announcements about their plans for E3 2019 next week, including a preview of playable games at the show!
New upcoming villagers and two holiday events (Christmas + New Year’s) found in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp v1.0.2
A treasure trove of new upcoming villagers, items, and holiday events have been uncovered from the just released version 1.0.2 update for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp!
Animal Crossing fans in Australia have been happily enjoying Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for three weeks now, but the rest of the world has been left out of the dark when it comes to an official release. Now it looks like we’re heading towards a worldwide release on or near November 22nd.
Even though the new Nintendo Switch system was just announced yesterday, our minds are already pondering what Nintendo’s next platform could mean for Animal Crossing.
Players of last year’s Happy Home Designer will know that the title didn’t only just introduce a new way of playing Animal Crossing; it also added a significant amount of new content to the series in terms of furniture and other items.
Analyzing the free-to-play monetization of Miitomo: what does it mean for Animal Crossing on mobile?
With the recent announcement of the upcoming Animal Crossing mobile game using the free-to-play model (or free-to-start in Nintendo-speak), we thought we’d take a deep dive into the monetization of Nintendo’s previously released Miitomo app to see what we can expect.