By now, Pokemon fans should be no stranger to the many counterfeit Pokemon games that have popped up on mobile phones and flash sites, especially with the series’ global popularity. Well, another blatant rip-off has bounced onto the scene once again – except this time, it popped up on an unlikely platform!
As we’ve spotlighted often in the past, many Animal Crossing: New Horizons players have injected their love for the Pokemon franchise into the game constantly – be it by recreating whole regions on their island, designing outfits from the anime, and more. That’s not all of the Pokemon fun that they’re re-creating on their islands, however!
As fans will know, today marks the release of the Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath expansion – which sees the return of hilarious Friendship Finishers for characters like Jax, who plays a saxophone instead of maiming his opponent. Well, you can now overwhelm your ears with Jax’s sweet melody to celebrate!
Since the launch of Animal Crossing: new Horizons and its new terraforming feature, some fans have been going the extra mile to change their island into various character portraits and tributes.Well, it looks like those fans didn’t waste any time in giving a tropical tribute to some real stars as well!
Want to re-experience Super Mario 64 with the cleanest presentation possible? Well, now it’s possible – thanks to the ingenuity of some fans!
In the past month since Animal Crossing: New Horizons launched on Nintendo Switch, we’ve seen many artistic folks come up with stunning artwork and outfits using the game’s customization tools. Some fans, however, are coming up with custom designs of a whole different kind and scale – and today’s example is no exception!
As many Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans will know, the game features many music CDs with artwork of K.K Slider – a wandering dog musician. While his in-game discography is nothing to scoff at, however, it looks like some fans have taken it upon themselves to expand the canine’s list of platinum hits into the real world!
As the worldwide coronavirus lock-down continues, many are finding new ways to interact in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Some have even simulated game shows in the game – and today’s example is no exception!