I did buy a Lottie, though.
>No Brewster to go along with Blathers and Celeste
She would look a lot cuter with normal eyes
The only people who bought them or the game just want the figures because they like the characters.
I have Digby and Lottie, now I just want Kicks.
I'd have liked Harriet to get one.
>mfw I have all the AC amiibos sitting on a shelf.
Part of me hates myself for buying plastic shit, but I love AC too much to ignore them.
>HHD sold for a spin-off and it being generally well-received
It scored exceedingly average, even with major publications who are generally pretty tolerant of bullshit because they have shit for standards.
Not to mention Amiibo Festival was a complete fucking horseshow of a game.
>Tom Nook drops to $6 on Amazon
>price match it at Best Buy and use the GCU discount on top of it
Generally because most of the target audience seems to like it. I enjoyed it myself.
Now AF, no one cares for that or even pays it the time of day.
So you can revisit her house and give her a nice exterior, touch up the inside with all the new tools you've gotten since the start, and dress her up in silly hats.
Never gonna get the Isabelle card...
Also, best part about AF.
>you will never get to play amiibo Festival because your friends don't like fun games anymore
feels bad. Can I come over and play with you dude?
>Tfw got a Shovel Knight amiibo at Toys R Us the other night
I lament the fact I spent $40 on what amounts to an Isabelle Amiibo with a fagdog amiibo and pretty coaster.
Amiibo Festival is pretty fun though.
It's the only amiibo so far that actually feels like it justifies its existence beyond just being a cool little figure of a character that might not get a figure otherwise. I love it.
Are you seriously implying tossing a gamepad around a couch and touching an nfc chip to the pad is a "fun game."
Amiibo Festival is literally that.
A showcase for amiibos with like 1/4 of a game attached to it.
The Custom Knight campaign which re-works the way you gain relics. Basically you level up by collecting money and every level you get you either get a costume, a special effect, a taunt, or a relic. It lets you customize the way Shovel Knight plays, creating a very different (and very broken, but in a fun way) experience than the base game.
There are certain loadouts that you can put together with Custom Knight to make him play like Plague Knight, plus you can give him a fish head and let him wolf whistle at all of the sexy horse women.
I'm told the island survival mode is the hottest shit ever- surely it would all make for a fun night on a couch with the bros.
At the very least more fun than another of their ASSFAGGOTS session, right?
NL is much better and it's free now
Custom Knight mode lets you break shit in hilarious ways and gets you some new shit, challenges are fun, and co-op is not something to just completely brush aside. Battletoads was a neat level, a lot better than random Kratos boss, but is essentially just 1 level and a mostly useless powerup.
aka the most under-appreciated AC waifu
Wild World was an excellent social/online game at the time. Solid AC game. City Folk was essentially a direct port with some stupid shit tacked on, avoid it unless you specifically want the console experience. New Leaf had some good new stuff and is worth checking out.
ASSFAGGOTS are bad, no doubt, but a dice rolling game about giving as much money to nintendo as possible isn't exactly a high point for video games either.
DIE is pretty good and would be great as a free download, but it's pretty much the only real part of note and would be better as a free download game. The rest of the game is, at best, an interesting use of the NFC reader for input, or a source for more AC writing.
Wild World went a long way to fixing little nuances and adding a little bit. Also put it on a portable console which was great. City Folk was mostly disappointing. Just all of Wild World's additions un-portablized. City was nice though. New Leaf is everything good about the older games (minus NES collectables) piled into 1 while adding the mayor of your city gimmick that while not THAT game changing, lets you customize your town and gives you some major goals to work towards outside of your house.
The Wii U is dead. I think at best it would be released for Wii U and NX. They released that Animal Crossing Wii U app out of nowhere, they have all those assets on Amiibo Festival too, seems like a waste otherwise.