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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 March 2020
Animal Crossing for me is the best game Nintendo produced throughout all the Consoles but they still haven't got New Horizons right. I have two children aged 11 and 13 and they have to share the same island which is causing huge arguments about planting and placing objects between the two of them, for me Animal Crossing is a very personal game for the gamer to design and plan whatever they want without some other user coming along and changing it. Even if you have 2 game cartridges it's pointless because it saves to the drive, so I am now thinking of buying my daughter the Nintendo Switch Lite with Animal Crossing.
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