Nintendo at E3 2017: six things we want to see – TechRadar
A homely community-simulation game that sees you patter around a village of woodland creatures – digging, fishing, trading, and paying off your mortgage? Bewildering to those on the outside, and utterly comforting to those susceptible to its charms, Animal Crossing remains a hallmark of deep-but-casual gaming.
One of fans’ favorite inclusions in 2012’s New Leaf was the ability to visit other players’ towns online, or download ‘dream’ version of those towns to your 3DS to freely explore. With a mobile game reportedly in the works, and the specter of a yet to subside, we’ll be looking to E3 to assure us of some appropriate community-focused features in the upcoming game.
Connectivity is in Animal Crossing’s DNA, and a well-thought-out mobile app could become an iPhone or Android staple.
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