Animal Crossing: New Horizons is DESTROYING society! NPC puritans demand you stop sharing gameplay!

Today in ridiculousness, people that want to share their Animal Crossing experiences are “hurting” others and making their lives stressful? Yes, this is a real thing.

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Let’s Get Pissy About In-Game Subscriptions (The Jimquisition)

Subscriptions for video games will not be new, however within the period of the “reside service” they appear set to make a significant comeback. With tv, music, and bodily items all providing subscriptions, firms need an endlessly drip-fed stream of money.

The concept of in-game subscriptions that supply premium extras might very effectively grow to be the brand new microtransactions – on high all the prevailing monetization strategies – and providers like Fallout 1st or the Animal Crossing “Happy Helper” plan supply a glimpse at that potential future.

It’s not an awesome future, so I’m going to be pissy about it.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s TWO Subscription Services Are Pretty Grotesque

Nintendo has been steadily churning out sleazy moneymaking guff on cellular gadgets for fairly a while, and has present latest curiosity in costly subscription companies bereft of worth.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp now joins Mario Kart Tour in that includes one in all these dear plans. Oh wait… TWO of those dear plans. Pocket Camp has not one, however two subscription fashions.

The dearer of those prices $7.99 a month and simply feeds you loot containers. It’s a load of crap. The different one is way cheaper at $2.99, however solely serves to resolve an issue Nintendo purposefully created.

What garbage.

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Nintendo Addresses Crunch, Takes Time With Animal Crossing, Upsets Shareholders In The Process

Nintendo has addressed crunch (aka abusive coerced workloads), suggesting a work-life stability is a part of why Animal Crossing: New Horizons is being delayed.

The firm’s mantra of “placing smiles on faces” extends to its workers, based on Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser. New Horizons will now be launching on March 20, 2020.

Oh, and Nintendo’s inventory dropped consequently. Because the system is horrible.

IGN article with Bowser (not that one):

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