After much anticipation and one delay, Animal Crossing: New Horizons hit store shelves on the 20th of March 2020. The trailers and promos promised all the things longtime fans love about Animal Crossing series, along with a few interesting new twists like crafting and terraforming. Did the game live up to everyone’s lofty expectations? How did its attempts to change up the formula turn out? Can a complete newbie to the franchise find something to like in this latest installment? All these questions and more will be addressed in this review.
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