Only one island per console allowed on Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

that's how it's always been. just in the past it was 1 town per memory card on the Gamecube. they mainly just want to stop cheating and piracy online.

it's annoying yes but i don't see this ever changing with the Animal Crossing series. i don't see the harm if you just share your town with your own family and have all of your own work together to complete chores for same island each day.

it was one city per Wii on the Wii version as well.

As the dinosaur said. It's the same as usual. Does the OP have a point? I thought the threads that were just "<link here>, how do you feel about this?" weren't allowed.

CaitSeith:
It's the same as usual.

While this is true, just because an anti-consumer practice has been present in Nintendo's games for a long time doesn't mean they shouldn't be called out for it still being present.

Avnger:

CaitSeith:
It's the same as usual.

While this is true, just because an anti-consumer practice has been present in Nintendo's games for a long time doesn't mean they shouldn't be called out for it still being present.

why exactly is sharing a town with the other people that use your switch such a problem though?

you can even do 4 player local multiplayer this time...

Yoshi178:

Avnger:

CaitSeith:
It's the same as usual.

While this is true, just because an anti-consumer practice has been present in Nintendo's games for a long time doesn't mean they shouldn't be called out for it still being present.

why exactly is sharing a town with the other people that use your switch such a problem though?

you can even do 4 player local multiplayer this time...

The ability to share a town is not the problem, that you are locked to 1 town per console is the problem.

At least allow for 1 town per user profile and give people the option of "sharing it" on the console or keeping it private.

bluegate:

Yoshi178:

Avnger:

While this is true, just because an anti-consumer practice has been present in Nintendo's games for a long time doesn't mean they shouldn't be called out for it still being present.

why exactly is sharing a town with the other people that use your switch such a problem though?

you can even do 4 player local multiplayer this time...

The ability to share a town is not the problem, that you are locked to 1 town per console is the problem.

At least allow for 1 town per user profile and give people the option of "sharing it" on the console or keeping it private.

they're all literally the same island though.

the only difference's are the personal customization choices people have made to the island such as building designs, construction of roads and things like whether or not weeds are pulled, etc

the personal customization is what gives each "island" it's own uniqueness though so why not just change your own layouts customization if you really want to jazz things up?

Avnger:

CaitSeith:
It's the same as usual.

While this is true, just because an anti-consumer practice has been present in Nintendo's games for a long time doesn't mean they shouldn't be called out for it still being present.

Anti-consumer? Aren't you jumping to conclusions there?

CaitSeith:

Avnger:

CaitSeith:
It's the same as usual.

While this is true, just because an anti-consumer practice has been present in Nintendo's games for a long time doesn't mean they shouldn't be called out for it still being present.

Anti-consumer? Aren't you jumping to conclusions there?

I'd say it's taking it too far to call it that. But it is pretty dumb and limiting the player needlessly.

Elfgore:

I'd say it's taking it too far to call it that. But it is pretty dumb and limiting the player needlessly.

Animal Crossing has always tried to keep the player from cheating for the sake of the experience. Even in the gamecube version, it nagged the players when they reset the game without saving.

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Needlessly? That's just your opinion.

 

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