1. Joom

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    I had to self quarantine when this released, and it's all I've done other than house cleaning. According to my miles tracker, I've put in 50 days of work in just 5. It's all landscaping, too. I've only upgraded my house once. The ability to customize so much, and to do things that were otherwise only feasible through hacking in previous titles, garners immense appreciation from me.
     
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    It's basically Pokemon Go in reverse. Extremely beneficial timing for the game's release.

    Pokemon Go just-so-happened to be released in summer when people were going outside. Animal Crossing just-so-happened to be released when the world needs to remain indoors due to social distancing, self-isolation, or quarantine.

    It's honestly fascinating.
     
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    I loved the DS game but I have been disappointed with the series since the Wii version.
     
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    Don't know about anyone else but it can get expensive buying multiple copies of games for two kids that want to play local or online multiplayer together.
    Had to purchase two copies for my kids, physical retail copies, wishful thinking but Nintendo should really consider if you buy one copy regardless of digital or physical, we should at least be able to download another copy on a second Switch as long as the Switch is on the same family online account.
    There are so many games my kids want to play together but have to tell them no, the only other game I bought for both of them was Splatoon. It can get pricey.
     
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    I'm assuming you're unaware that this has local multiplayer on the same console.
     
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    This is the perfect opportunity to have crossover DLC from Horizon Zero Dawn.
     
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    It's not as good as multi-Switch multiplayer, though. You have no access to your pockets, you can't walk into buildings or talk to people, and whatever you pick up will be up for grabs by the primary player in the recycle bin thing.
     
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