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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 March 2020
Extremely fun game, very in-keeping with other animal crossing games BUT please beware if you are a family with multiple players using the same switch e.g. kids, couples.

Gameplay allows only one save per console - which means if you are sharing a switch you are automatically locked into sharing one island and it's resources. But this is not the main issue. The first person to create their profile has the lead role and experiences the entire game in full - tutorials, recipes, unlocking new buildings etc. Any other players unfortunately are limited in what they can do and have completely different experiences. They do not get the main story and instead are locked behind the 1st player waiting for them to unlock things to progress the game.

This can be a BIG problem and cause a lot of frustration - especially if you have children who are looking to each play the game, don't understand why each can do different things or even cannot play anymore as the lead player has stopped and not unlocked what is required. Seems like a cheap shot by Nintendo to encourage household to have more than one switch console and game to avoid the problem.
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