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Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Isabelle statue First 4 Figures

First 4 Figures hasn’t done much with Animal Crossing, but that changes today with the reveal of a new statue of Isabelle from New Horizons.

The company says it “meticulously replicated” details of the character, including her attire with the coral Nook Inc. aloha shirt and white skirt. You can say the same about Isabelle’s appearance since the statue retains her floppy ears and ponytail.

A new physical reward just went up on My Nintendo based on Animal Crossing: New Horizons. If you have some Platinum Points lying around, you can get your hands on a leaf bandana. 

The bandana is inspired by Nook Inc. and is decked out with leaves. It’s 100% polyester and measures 23”x 16”. You can use it to tie something together, as a hair accessory, and more.

Animal Crossing New Horizons New Leaf comparison

Today, we’re looking at the two most popular games in the Animal Crossing series: New Horizons and New Leaf. More specifically, we’re comparing and contrasting them to determine which is the better experience and how a future game could blend elements of both to make something really special.

Super Mario World icons Switch Online

Super Mario World and Animal Crossing: New Horizons are now the latest featured games on Nintendo Switch Online for user icons, but there’s a little bit of a different spin this time around.

In the past members have been able to simply boot up the app and spend My Nintendo points to claim icons. However, as an added wrinkle, you’ll need to actually play the games.

Seattle Aquarium Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be invading the Seattle Aquarium as part a newly-announced partnership with Nintendo.

This fall, visitors will be able to see characters from the game while learning about the aquarium’s mission: Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment. They’ll be able to see marine animals such as sea otters, harbor seals, octopus, hundreds of species of fish, and more.

Animal Crossing New Horizons Official Complete Guide

Future Press has revealed that it’s preparing a complete guide for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Described as “the ultimate collector’s companion” for the game, it comes in at nearly 700 pages.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons ended up receiving a few free updates and the Happy Home Paradise DLC. This upcoming guide should cover all of that, along with everything in the base game.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons update 2.0.6

Nintendo has been a bit update crazy with a few different Switch games tonight, and the pattern continues with Animal Crossing: New Horizons moving up to version 2.0.6.

If you’ve kept up with our posts about Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Maker 2 (here and here respectively), you probably know what to expect here. Nintendo says of today’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons update: “Several issues have been addressed to improve the gameplay experience.”

Animal Crossing New Horizons furniture

Ami Takai worked on object design in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, specifically regarding furniture. In a post on Nintendo’s recruitment site, Takai explained how the whole process of development took place.

It may not seem like a complicated position, but furniture creation is actually a significant part of Animal Crossing’s design. Takai ended up making “hundreds of kinds of furniture”, all of which needed to be presented well in HD.

Our full translation is below:

animal crossing new horizons second soundtrack

Animal Crossing: New Horizons already had a special CD soundtrack release in Japan last year. As it turns out, a second volume is now on the way.

The new soundtrack contains five CDs with over 140 tracks. There’ll be new music here that was missed from last year’s release, though there won’t be anything from Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Happy Home Paradise. A bonus CD and twelve postcards will be thrown in as well.

Animal Crossing coaster set

My Nintendo members in North America can now get their hands on a coaster set themed around Animal Crossing. The reward costs 700 Platinum Points.

The official product description is as follows:

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