That said reading through this thread highlights exactly from Nanlina's blog

I think two of my biggest disappointments might be my own library and my kitchen. To start with they're far more compact than in New Leaf, therefore that I can not do as much. And then there is Animal Crossing New Horizons Items a scarcity of items. In New Leaf the patchwork sofa really fit the snug sense of my library, but in New Horizons that there is no couch like this. In New Leaf I'd plenty of food-like things to decorate my kitchen - although to be fair they're from the Welcome Amiibo update.

The 3DS assets definitely wouldn't look nice simply being inserted into New Horizons since they are (even the ones in Pocket Camp would likely require some touching up). I'm not about to say it's the same as the entire Dexit scenario, but I really do think sometimes New Horizons could have benefitted from a little more polish before launch.

Finally it is not the worst thing really; the game remains fun for me and the upgrades are becoming closer and closer to using feature parity with New Leaf. There's lots of little things here and there which I actually miss from New Leaf (like for example; Fireworks reveals raffle has cute new fireworks items, but they did not bother bringing back the adorable Showa-era Nintendo toy furniture at New Leaf) but as a whole it's definitely still a fantastic game.

For me, my most desired features are the yield of old furniture. I know that takes some time to touch up them and look presentable in HD, and I really hope that it eventually happens. As good as the things in New Horizons seem, I feel sometimes as they wanted everything to look like a model house; customizing in New Leaf felt far more personal and real and a bit less like creating a set for an Ikea catalog.

I have not managed to play frequently at all since I got a brand new job about two months ago, even before that I significantly slowed, mainly because of playing different games. Stay at home situations have probably had a big impact on the number of people feeling tired with the game, yeah.

That said reading through this thread highlights exactly how different a few players pursuits in this sport are. I see a few who desire"brand new gameplay" (I suppose activities and minigames), others who desire convenience enhancements, and others that want upgrades/expansions on present functions such as the cheap Animal Crossing Bells shop/museum, along with others who want new furniture options etc..

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