After making a big splash a year ago with Super Mario Run, Nintendo has turned its attention to mobile versions of games that aren’t quite as iconic or widely known. But just like with Fire Emblem, Animal Crossing has its die-hard proponents—which is kind of funny, given how low-key and incredibly chill the actual experience is on Nintendo’s own devices.
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp review: Nintendo’s latest is a charming distraction
- Posted by macworld
- Posted on November 28, 2017
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