I’ve recently been live-streaming over on Twitch, and started playing Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild again. And it’s been nine months since the last time I played, but I finally got back to it. And have every intention of finishing the game. The other day, I just finished Divine Beast Vah Naboris. This is the last Divine Beast I had left to defeat/handle in the game. It’s also probably the hardest of the divine beasts.
One of my favorite things to do in Animal Crossing New Horizons is interacting with my villagers. Now, I do have ten villagers but there are some I would prefer it if they weren’t on my island. So, in a dream world (or what I’m going to try to make happen) these are the villagers I would love to have living on my island with me. Some of these I already have, so I have made some progress towards this.
Well the day has finally come for Bunny Day in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Honestly, this event has been annoying and disappointing to say the least. Every single resource in the game was taken over by eggs. The event ran from April 1st to April 12th, which also co-resided with the Sakura (Cherry Blossom) event to the point where you couldn’t even get that event’s items.
I’ve been playing a lot of Animal Crossing New Horizons like 115+ hours of it, and the other night I had a meteor shower. I’ve been trying not to make a post about literally everything in the game, but I was in a mood to make one for this event since it’s a rare material needed for wands and celestial items.
I seriously can’t put down Animal Crossing New Horizons, so I thought I would do another post on it going over how to get all of the main buildings on your not-so deserted island. Those being the two shops (Nook’s Cranny Shop and Able Sisters Tailor Shop), Blather’s Museum, the campsite, and the updated Resident Services building.
Nintendo has finally released Animal Crossing New Horizons on the Switch. Previous to this I have only played the Pocket Camp Edition, which was the mobile mini version of the game. New Horizons is similar to this in that you do a lot of the same concepts, but on a different level and there are more things to do/customize. Since I’ve basically spent the last two days obsessed with this game, I thought I would do a basic review of the game. I’m not doing time jumping, so I’m not that far into the game. I’ll probably do some additional posts on this in the future, though it might just be one of those games that I play a lot but don’t write a whole ton about. Since it has a more relaxed feel to it similar to Stardew Valley.