Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

released on Mar 20, 2020

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons

released on Mar 20, 2020

Escape to a deserted island and create your own paradise as you explore, create, and customize in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game. Your island getaway has a wealth of natural resources that can be used to craft everything from tools to creature comforts. You can hunt down insects at the crack of dawn, decorate your paradise throughout the day, or enjoy sunset on the beach while fishing in the ocean. The time of day and season match real life, so each day on your island is a chance to check in and find new surprises all year round.


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My most played game ever, I enjoyed it a lot when it first came out. being able to place furniture outside already makes it my favorite animal crossing game.


J'y ai joué pendant le confinement et ça m'a bien aidé à passer le temps.


As charming as ever, but sadly missing so many major features at launch.


Animal Crossing New Horizons is proof that I can enjoy an Animal Crossing game
My town flag is my dog


I was skeptical going into 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons'. From the outside, the Animal Crossing looks like little more than virtual chores, lacking even the min-maxing pleasure of a game like Stardew Valley. But, the world had just locked down, and all of my friends were hyping it up, so I took a chance.

And thank god I did. While my time on the dubiously sourced island village is minimal compared to many others (topping off at 60~ hours) those were hours well spent.

New Horizon's greatest asset is it's atmosphere. The chill music, cute visuals, and lovable villagers were an oasis from the outside world. And while I never see myself return to this game or perhaps even future entries, I am thankful for the respite Mr. Nook gave me.