Yeah, aesthetic>gameplay appears to be the main issue. No stores, no special place such Animal Crossing Nook Miles Ticket as the island or town, about the one thing you can do is decorate your own town and house. Even though it's hard to understand how this game would've worked out like when the pandemic didn't happen. Like perhaps the April update would've had more inside, but that knows.I can not wait to play this game for 20 minutes and then not play it again until the next update comes out.This. As much as I love animal crossing, Nintendo sent an unfinished game under the guise of"regular free upgrades". Can you cook in that faucet?" And the answer is always no - everything is decorative.Anyone else only kinda. . .underwhelmed? I mean, the pumpkin farming is cool and undoubtedly will result in more vegetable growing in the future, but aside from that. . .just some fresh Halloween decorations and handing out candy appears pretty sparse compared to what's been done in past AC games.Most of the upgrades that have occurred so far were just to add things which were already in new leaf, and not one of the new attributes are memorable.New Horizons only has hardly any engaging content IMO. Following a few admittedly very fun times with the match, I had little to no desire to pick up it. Vastly favor Stardew Valley.I also find it hilarious that one single indie dev created a 20 lifetime sim\/farming gameg that'd more content on discharge than ac does nowCareful. Saying this at the AC thread leads to hate. People really want to say this game has no flaws...I agree with you, though. I do my daily rock hitting and bell burying, but I have nothing else cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Items to do. Villagers do not communicate much. You are gated by DIY jobs (I've still yet to get anything for a suitable kitchen). Swimming is fine. .