The Game Awards 2020 has concluded. The Last of Us 2 took the crown for Game of the Year, but…
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is about to get its next big update. There will be three new holiday events, the ability to learn more reactions, additional hairstyles, a home storage upgrade option, and much more. One of the biggest features is that you can soon transfer your data from one Switch to another via an Island Transfer Tool in the eShop.
Within the recent Nintendo investor meeting, it was revealed that Animal Crossing: New Horizons reached 26 million sales, allowing the series to reach 60 million sales worldwide.
Get ready for another big update in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as the return of the AC Nintendo Switch and amiibo cards!
While it was rumored and even predicted on our last podcast, Nintendo fans still woke up surprised this morning to see a Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct this morning sitting on their YouTube subscriptions page along with several announcements that were not included in the original rumors.
The NPD Group has released the results for consumer spending for the U.S. in July 2020. Without surprise, Nintendo Switch was the best-selling hardware platform of the month and year-to-date. But that’s not all. Check out the rest of the results right here!
Right on the heels of the Super Mario Maker 2 update, Nintendo Switch owners will also get another update in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The update will drop on April 23, 2020, and bring Leif’s Garden Shop, Jolly Redd’s Treasure Trawler, an art gallery update to the museum, and several upcoming holidays/seasons (Nature Day, May Day Tour, International Museum Day, and Wedding Season). We have the full video run-down and all the details!
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is really stretching the classic series. On February 20, Nintendo gave us a nearly 30 minute Nintendo Direct solely focused on the upcoming game, which launches on March 20. We have the video and all the details right here!
While many were expecting news about Animal Crossing on Nintendo Switch at E3 2019, several were quite disappointed they must wait a bit longer to play it. We did get the full name, though, and we learned more about the game’s storyline.