"Since Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells has not been a year since it was released, it has not been possible for most children to buy it, but for now it is a game with a user group that's probably different from the expectations," he said.
Nogami speculated that New Horizon's lower than expected youth demographic may be since New Horizons has not yet been available during crucial holiday periods.
"Since it has not been a year since it premiered, it has not been possible for many children to purchase it, but for the moment it's a game with a user group that is likely different from the own expectations," he explained.
I'll go a bit off the railings, and wonder if this threw them for a significant loop. Children (can be) more adapting and they surely have a much smaller voice when it comes to feedback.
Basically, will they try to appease their elderly crowd (who showed up in droves) or even attempt to change to match to make it less appealing to adults and more (or just ) attractive to children?
For me personally it's not even that, it's the second onwards profiles have limited abilities. This fuckin blows and stop me from becoming the match. Otherwise I would have loved to discuss an island with my husband.
It's not ideal, but it really does not hamstring you enjoy you think/people say.
I definitely understand wanting one yourself too. As always, more options and flexibility are always better.
Yeah, if both players were equal owners and could"advance" the island equally, it would be fine. I've got it and my daughter is your island proprietor so there is really nothing I can do Cheap Nook Miles Ticket unless she goes and does the quests.