Animal Crossing Wishlist

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Thursday!

There have been a lot of rumors going about a possible new Animal Crossing game for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo has been doing a great job keeping quiet, but I’m sure there’s something brewing. (There better be, anyway.)

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My two favorite Animal Crossing games are the first and original Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Gamecube and the latest game, Animal Crossing New Leaf for the Nintendo 3DS.

The original was great and New Leaf added so much without bogging it down with too much. If we get a new game for the Switch, we’ll have the ability to play it on the big screen and on the small screen taking it with us. There’s a lot of possibilities they can do with the new game.

Here’s what I would love to see.

Bring back favors

In the original Animal Crossing game for the Gamecube, you were able to talk to them and ask if there was anything you could do for them. This involved returning a borrowed item, getting a borrowed item back, delivering something, whatever. I enjoyed it because it was a great way to interact with the villagers and they rewarded you so it was a great way to get new stuff and build your catalog.

Keep the island, but add just a pinch more to it

I love the island in New Leaf. The diving feature is cool and I love being able to get all sorts of new fruit, bugs, and sea creatures. I would love to see a little more added to it though. Maybe you can run into a villager here and there. Or who says that island is exclusive to your town? Maybe you can run into villagers you don’t have similar to City Folk.

Be able to interact with shopkeepers (outside of the shops)

Tom Nook, Blathers, Isabelle, and company… where do they all go when the shops close? I would love to be able to visit their houses and interact with them after shop hours. I think definitely think that’d be cool to see what kinds of houses they’d live in. I mean, Blathers pretty much lives at the museum, but still.

Add a fishing net like in Pocket Camp

I didn’t play much of Pocket Camp, but I did see a few trailers and commercials and I saw they had a fishing net where you could catch up to 8 (I think) fish at once. Yes, please! I love using the plain old fishing rod, but having the ability to leave a net in the water for a bit is a great idea.

More pocket space

Although, if we can catch up to 8 fish at once, they better give us more pocket space. Or, what would be cool, is if they add a backpack icon to the menu. So you have the 15 pocket spots and then you can click on the backpack for an additional 20 spots or so. This is smart thinking, Nintendo. Listen to me.

Send letters to friends and possibly visit their towns without online features

If you and your friend exchange friend codes on the Switch and both have a town in Animal Crossing, you should be able to send letters to each other. Maybe it doesn’t unlock until you visit each other’s towns, but you should be able to do that. I also want to be able to pop in on my friend’s town with or without online features. I don’t know if offline is realistic, but it’d be cool anyway.

I’m pretty sure there were other things I wanted to add to this wishlist. I can’t think of them at the top of my head though and I think six is good enough for now. I may add more in a later post if I think of them.

Can you tell I’m eager to get a new game?

Are you looking forward to a new Animal Crossing game? What features do you hope they add or bring back? Let me know in the comments below!

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