The difficulty for me is that the game forces the crafting system on Animal Crossing Items you for the majority of the things which you might want and the recipes are completely RNG. If you’d like a specific furniture collection you can’t rely on a particular vendor to market that product, you need to hope that you get all the recipes and none of the items require materials that may only be acquired in certain parts of the year.
Honestly, I didn’t like Tortimer Island at New Leaf. Those minigames were clunky and that I didn’t like how simple it was to create bells out of the horned beetles and sharks. It felt oddly disjointed. I Believe There’s a way to integrate Tortimer Island elegantly though
I’d only played the first and was very disappointed when the sole gyroid that seems in the Entire match is when you build a bridge or ramp
New Horizons at least attempted to make it feel like the personalities were farther apart than in New Leaf with two very different ones in the very beginning of the match, but after a while the removal of hobbies only means neither match really has considerably for the villagers to discuss. I think I would be willing to give up a couple content updates if the trade off was dialog at least on Animal Crossing Bells For Sale par with the first, though rather Wild World.