People will state because online is Animal Crossing Bells at the game then what they're doing is fine, which it is, but don't complain when you rush to get everything and you get bored. I feel as this type of game does not lend itself well to an online system. Also, I think that it's played best when you play about an hour a day.
There's some things I'd enjoy enhanced, but I am loving my first AC game since the GameCube.
I liked NH a whole lot, but my curiosity really fell off once I received my island to 5 stars. I'd created all of these spaces filled with stuff no one can socialize with and a island filled with villagers giving me the same dialogue. The match gets to a point where stuff is decorated, the museum is complete, and re-terraforming is merely tedious, and it loses its charm and becomes a weed pulling simulator.
I got 100 hours from it and I do not regret it, but I just feel like there's something to be obtained from the game that the devs have not allowed me to encounter.
I was concerned about just how much emphasis there appeared to be about crafting coming into ACNH, because I don't like crafting in matches, and thus far my worries were warranted. I played daily until a few weeks back and there's just no forward thrust to the game which makes me need to log in and advancement. I played with New Leaf for many years and never tired of itand now I can't be fussed to even log in more than once weekly. Also, COVID made me play a whole lot more in the start, although not needing an away-from-home lunch break has really made me play much less; it used to be an hour every day was built in only for AC, and now it is not.
Honestly the biggest disappointment for me is how hollow all of the villagers are. Landscaping and decorating obtained a nice boost this time, I had rather they concentrate on fleshing out our interactions with our villagers about the next iteration.
I agree, it feels just like villagers have only been set dressing at this point. They exist only to accommodate the player as opposed to feeling like actual characters that mostly want to do their own thing. There is also just eight villager personalities so you are guaranteed to get copies in your own town.
For me, it is cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Items how fine I could make everything seem, and then it's completely meaningless.