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YouTuber Artificial Switch has shared a new glitch in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, allowing players to clone certain items such as the katana. It essentially involves using a pair of tables to trick the game into duplicating the object.

Here’s a full rundown of the steps:

This week’s UK software sales are as follows:

Hello my lovely Monados! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we have a slew of games to talk about, particularly the Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition details and screenshots. Oni Dino also critiques Remothered, while Galen tries to manage Exit the Gungeon. There’s also the announcement of Geoff Keighley’s Summer Games Fest, Deadly Premonition 2 coming sooner than we thought, rumors of no Nintendo Direct in June and so much more! And what kind of episode of NEP would it be without discussing Final Fantasy VII Remake? We got you covered in the listener mail. Check our links and timestamps below, and come hang out.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons received its big 1.2.0 update last month. But while some content can be accessed now, some events won’t be going live until later on. May Day Tour just went live, but we’ll also be seeing International Museum Day and Wedding Season fairly soon.

We have a few screenshots showing off all these upcoming events. Hit up the gallery below for a closer look.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta return to the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons to show off their clothing styles. Check out the full episode below.

Now that May has rolled in, there are new happenings in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Aside from May Day, fish and bugs have been cycled through. There are new ones for the month as well as ones that have left the game for the time being.

All of latest fish and bugs updates can be found in the charts below. Just keep in mind that the information applies to the northern hemisphere only.

Since coming out in late March, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been lighting up the sales charts. Japan is one area where the game has been selling incredibly well and it has now reached a new milestone.

Last week, Animal Crossing: New Horizons sold another 284,000 copies in Japan. Total retail sales in the country now sit at 3.85 million units. That means it has surpassed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as Switch’s best-selling title, which has sold a total of 3.66 million copies.

The top five best-selling Switch games in Japan are as follows:

Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ latest update introduced some new characters, including Jolly Redd. He occasionally shows to sell in-game art, as well as furniture with unique colors. True to previous entries in the series, players have to figure out which art pieces are real and which are fake.

What players may not initially know is that much of the fake artwork changes based on when you look at them. That happens in the morning, and then reverts back to how it looked originally in the evening.

Here’s a closer look, courtesy of YouTuber AbdallahSmash026:

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Hello my lovely listeners-as-a-service! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re bringing up the topic that Galen dubs, “evolving games”. These are games like Splatoon 2 and Super Mario Maker 2 that are back-loaded with post-launch content. Is this new release and marketing strategy to keep a game topical good or bad? Why is it done? Is this a model that can sustain itself for years to come? We also have more Final Fantasy VII Remake impressions now that Oni Dino has beaten the game, and we go hypothetical in our listener mail segment with dream studios working on dream IPs.

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf introduced a building called Dream Suite. It allows players to visit dream versions of other players’ towns (both friends and random), or share theirs online with others without any real repercussions. The feature is a little different from visiting a town regularly since limitations are in place – you can’t visit shops or cause any havoc for example.

Despite those limitations, Dream Suite is an interesting little feature. It’s something that Nintendo hasn’t brought into the series’ latest entry, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. However, there’s a chance that it could return in the future.