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The September 2021 Nintendo Direct gave Animal Crossing: New Horizons the very thing they've been waiting for: a big update is on the way, including the long-awaited arrival of fan-favorite NPC Brewster! But who is this coffee-loving pigeon, and what does he do?
In the past, Animal Crossing fans could visit other towns and share a village with other players, but never at the same time. Animal Crossing: New Horizon finally changes that with a brand new co-op mode.
So many exciting changes are coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Nintendo Switch, we can't help but wonder what new things are in store. With the most recent update, even more villagers can join your island paradise!
Animal Crossing: New Horizons may be a lighthearted game on the outside, but it's not without its dangers. Don't worry; if you get injured on the island, there's a way to get back up and running in no time!
With dangerous insects, wisps, and gravestones located on this undeveloped island, should Animal Crossing: New Horizons players be worried about their lives? We dig deeper to discover the impact these details have on the game.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons had become stagnant for quite some time, and players were dying for an update to make the game worthwhile again. Following the Oct. 15 Direct, it's safe to say Animal Crossing's ship has finally come in.
Super Mario Party for Nintendo Switch sees a return to classic Mario Party gameplay with a few new additions, but is it worth picking up? Whether you're playing co-op or by your lonesome, your mileage may vary on this one.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been out for over a year, but sadly, not much has changed since it was first released. Sometimes the best way to innovate and keep players engaged is to look for inspiration elsewhere.