Has anyone ever played Animal Crossing: new horizons as before, or do we have to do a lot for you every week? On the surface, "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" is modest and full of bubbles as the advent of games. Paint village is full of lovely creatures and smiling, low-quality characters. They start fishing, collecting mussels and chasing butterflies, what's more, you can earn ACNH bells by finishing simple tasks - until they are stolen and forced to live on the private island of eBay buyers. Eternal. News: people are terrible.
Last week, we reported that Nintendo's digital flagship players were dissatisfied with the previous method after hijinks the Bank of nook replaced the internal interest rate cut in the game. We expect some players to lick wounds, improvise and come back with new grips from time to time, but no one expected this.
First, we have a "tracking market game", or what is called in the real world: market manipulation/fraud. As dirty Wall Street enthusiasts, people in the new horizon ， we want to turn fast money into buying low-priced and high-priced things. They just make it from radishes.
Numerous online clubs have been established to predict when these lucrative turnips will reach the highest point in the game and visit other players' islands at the peak of market prices. Pay a small entrance fee at the door and you will take advantage of other people's market because they calm down in their mansion-like 64 bit Jordan Belfort.
Elsewhere, players are forced to recruit reflectors to ensure that visitors explore and have fun on your island, rather than destroying an hour of aesthetic improvement and trampling on flowers. But some of them also called for sweeteners to be added to the initial trade commitments. If they are not paid, tourists will be banned from the island trade. Greedy!
We'll see how Nintendo responds to the latest robbery. I'm just sorry for the development department... When we talk, they may crash and read legal terminology 101.