History YMMV / AnimalCrossing

19th Dec '17 4:17:44 AM canidApath
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''VideoGame/AnimalCrossingPocketCamp'' has its [[YMMV/AnimalCrossingPocketCamp own page]].
12th Dec '17 4:52:04 PM canidApath
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** Snooty villagers are usually seen as hard to get along with due to being well, snooty, but quite a few are highly desired. Ankha the Egyptian-themed cat, Diana the deer, Willow the sheep, Portia a dog modeled after a dalmatian, Freya and Whitney (both wolves with the latter even having a role in the movie), and Francine the rabbit are just a few.

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** Snooty villagers are usually seen as hard to get along with due to being well, snooty, but quite a few are highly desired. Ankha the Egyptian-themed cat, Diana the deer, Willow the sheep, Portia a dog modeled after a dalmatian, Freya and Whitney (both wolves with the latter even having a role in the movie), and Francine the rabbit and Julia the peacock-like ostrich[[note]]She's amiibo-exclusive as part of the WA update, and had previously made her debut in the Japan-exclusive Animal Forest e+ as a Peppy villager, but was cut out until said update[[/note]] are just a few.



** Popular jock villagers include Rudy and Kid Cat (both cats with the latter being designed as a superhero), Bam the deer, Snake and Genji (rabbits), Hamlet the hamster, Ribbot the robot frog.

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** Popular jock Jock villagers arenít overly popular due to their hit-or-miss designs, but a handful of them are wanted enough. Examples include Rudy and Kid Cat (both cats with the latter being designed as a superhero), Bam the deer, Snake and Genji (rabbits), Hamlet the hamster, and Ribbot the robot frog.


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** While ostriches aren't the most familiar animals, theyíre generally well-liked due to their creative designs, which often incorporate elements of other, more familiar birds (e.g. Flora looks like a flamingo).
4th Dec '17 4:49:53 PM Midna
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** ''Animal Crossing Puzzle League''. Some like it, viewing it as a fun little diversion, and some ''VideoGame/PanelDePon'' fans were pleasantly surprised at the unlockable costume based on Lip. On the other hand, many other ''Panel de Pon'' fans were not happy at all, viewing it as the final nail in the coffin for a series that has yet to really leave CultClassic status and which is downright infamous for being [[DolledUpInstallment dolled up]] as more popular franchises
29th Nov '17 1:41:24 PM toadgamer80
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** "K.K. Country" sounds near identical to the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4FZgWjBas0 Choco Mountain theme]] from ''[[VideoGame/MarioKart Mario Kart 64]]''.
16th Nov '17 7:14:34 AM TVT1234
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** The concept of Nook being a money-grubber was taken UpToEleven when it was revealed that ''Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp'' would feature microtransactions, and that Nook was the one in charge of them in-game. Jokes about Nook being greedy enough to come out of the game and take players' real money sprung up near-instantaneously.



** ''Pocket Camp'' is either a good smartphone entry for the series or a boring/cash-grabby app in the vein of other free-to-play games.



** With the announcement of the mobile game ''Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp'', jokes about how Tom Nook is now after real money via micro-transactions cropped up almost instantly.



** In ''Pocket Camp'', the sound effect whenever an "unknown error" occurred in the middle of any botched loading instance (this is an [[{{DRM}} always-online game]]). Most of the time, this forces you to redo the task you've just done prior to said error, because it basically failed to be registered by the game's AutoSave.
16th Nov '17 1:58:52 AM TVT1234
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** In ''Pocket Camp'', the sound effect whenever an "unknown error" occurred in the middle of any botched loading instance (this is an [[{{DRM}} always-online game). Most of the time, this forces you to redo the task you've just done prior to said error, because it basically failed to be registered by the game's AutoSave.

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** In ''Pocket Camp'', the sound effect whenever an "unknown error" occurred in the middle of any botched loading instance (this is an [[{{DRM}} always-online game).game]]). Most of the time, this forces you to redo the task you've just done prior to said error, because it basically failed to be registered by the game's AutoSave.
16th Nov '17 1:58:19 AM TVT1234
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** In ''Pocket Camp'', the sound effect whenever an "unknown error" occurred in the middle of any botched loading instance (this is an [[{{DRM}} always-online game). Most of the time, this forces you to redo the task you've just done prior to said error, because it basically failed to be registered by the game's AutoSave.
12th Nov '17 4:52:25 AM canidApath
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** Their river cousin the Black Bass isnít much better. While they (thankfully) donít share their shadow size with the far more valuable huge fish such as the Arapaima, they do share it with the rare Koi. So if youíre trying to get Koi to fill out the museum or even to sell, expect a lot of Black Bass to show up.
6th Nov '17 2:09:22 PM Superjustinbros
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** In ''Animal Crossing'' for the [=GameCube=], it was possible for villagers to (with no explanation on how they do it) repaint the roof of your house with no warning. For the record, this was the biggest way you could customize the exterior of your house and this is the only way to change your roof's color other than expanding your house (''Wild World'' onward allow roof changes to be bought). If you had a color you liked, you'd have to just ''hope'' that nobody would get the idea to paint your house.

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** In ''Animal Crossing'' for the [=GameCube=], it was possible for villagers to (with no explanation on how they do it) repaint the roof of your house with no warning. For the record, this was the biggest way you could customize the exterior of your house and this is the only way to change your roof's color other than expanding your house (''Wild World'' onward allow roof changes to be bought).or buying paint directly from Tom Nook, which only offers one color a day. If you had a color you liked, you'd have to just ''hope'' that nobody would get the idea to paint your house.
6th Nov '17 2:05:59 PM Superjustinbros
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** Villager-wise, smug villagers tend to get the most hate because of perceived "creepy" lines, and it doesn't help if they're seen as ugly by the players. In terms of villager trading (see CharacterTiers above), if it's to be believed, ''Quillson'' is one of the most (if not ''the'' most) hated characters in the game; whereas players are paying tens of million bells to have their dream villagers in town, Quillson is a character who people are paying to ''not'' have in their town; sometimes up to 100k bells, if just to get rid of him. Apparently he's a common villager to move in, since there's more than one story of people paying to get rid of him. [[EnsembleDarkhorse Marshal, on the other hand]]....
** Introduced in ''Wild World'' is Lyle, an annoying insurance salesman who would relentlessly try to get players to buy insurance from him on Saturdays. His insurance wasn't even worth the money since it only occasionally covers bee stings, falls and forged paintings for a pitiful amount of money. [[TakeThatScrappy Thankfully]], he lost his job as an insurance salesman in ''City Folk'' and forced to work at the Happy Room Academy.

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** Villager-wise, smug villagers tend to get the most hate because of perceived "creepy" lines, and it doesn't help if they're seen as ugly by the players. In terms of villager trading (see CharacterTiers above), if it's to be believed, ''Quillson'' the Duck is one of the most (if not ''the'' most) hated characters in the game; whereas players are paying tens of million bells to have their dream villagers in town, Quillson is a character who people are paying to ''not'' have in their town; sometimes up to 100k bells, if just to get rid of him. Apparently he's a common villager to move in, since there's more than one story of people paying to get rid of him. [[EnsembleDarkhorse Marshal, Marshal the Squirrel, on the other hand]]....
** Introduced in ''Wild World'' is Lyle, an annoying insurance salesman who would relentlessly try to get players to buy insurance from him on Saturdays. His insurance wasn't even worth the money since it only occasionally covers bee stings, falls and forged paintings for a pitiful amount of money. [[TakeThatScrappy Thankfully]], he lost his job as an insurance salesman in ''City Folk'' and was forced to work at the Happy Room Academy.



** Acquiring Public Works Projects in ''New Leaf'' is LuckBasedMission meets FakeLongevity. In order to get it, you have to wait until a villager "pings" and walks up to you, which is completely random, and they will request one for you to build. What's worse is that it's not guaranteed that they will request one when they "ping"; it's usually going to be about their catchphrase, your nickname, or just a random question that doesn't affect anything! On top of THAT, some Public Works Projects you can only get from villagers of certain personality types! Which can be be irritating when you want a certain project for your town, but don't like the villager type that suggests it. While there is a trick to force pinging (wading in the water for about 2-3 minutes with your pockets filled with untradable stuff), you still have the other randomness factors to deal with.
** Placing bridge Public Works Projects is very tricky. Like all Public Works Projects, bridges require a certain amount of free space around them, however, this space is unnecessarily big. Is there a villager's house, another project, or even a player's house a few feet across the river? No bridge for you! The kicker? Houses and Public Works Projects can be built in the same distance from a finished bridge! Not to mention that in order for villagers to even suggest bridge projects, you need to have less than three in town. This means that there's going to be a very long period where you need to make do with only two bridges in town.

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** Acquiring Public Works Projects in ''New Leaf'' is LuckBasedMission meets FakeLongevity. In order to get it, you have to wait until a villager "pings" and walks up to you, which is completely random, and they will request one for you to build. What's worse is that it's not guaranteed that they will request one when they "ping"; it's usually going to be about their catchphrase, your nickname, or just a random question that doesn't affect anything! anything. On top of THAT, ''that'', some Public Works Projects you can only get from villagers of certain personality types! Which types, which can be be irritating when you want a certain project for your town, but don't like the villager type that suggests it. While there is a trick to force pinging (wading in the water for about 2-3 minutes with your pockets filled with untradable stuff), you still have the other randomness factors to deal with.
** Placing bridge Public Works Projects is very tricky. Like all Public Works Projects, bridges require a certain amount of free space around them, however, this space is unnecessarily big. Is there a villager's house, another project, or even a player's house a few feet across the river? No bridge for you! The kicker? Houses and Public Works Projects can be built in the same distance from a finished bridge! bridge. Not to mention that in order for villagers to even suggest bridge projects, you need to have less than three in town. This means that there's going to be a very long period where you need to make do with only two bridges or even ''one'' bridge(s) in town.



** Exclusive to ''Wild World'', the 10-minute time limit on certain favors means it is possible to locate a villager in one of the emotional states that precludes interaction and have them REMAIN in that state until after the time limit is up.

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** Exclusive to ''Wild World'', the 10-minute time limit on certain favors means it is possible to locate a villager in one of the emotional states that precludes interaction and have them REMAIN remain in that state until after the time limit is up.



** In ''Animal Crossing'' for the [=GameCube=], it was possible for villagers to repaint the roof of your house with no warning. For the record, this was the biggest way you could customize the exterior of your house and this is the only way to change your roof's color other than expanding your house (''Wild World'' onward allow roof changes to be bought). If you had a color you liked, you'd have to just ''hope'' that nobody would get the idea to paint your house.

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** In ''Animal Crossing'' for the [=GameCube=], it was possible for villagers to (with no explanation on how they do it) repaint the roof of your house with no warning. For the record, this was the biggest way you could customize the exterior of your house and this is the only way to change your roof's color other than expanding your house (''Wild World'' onward allow roof changes to be bought). If you had a color you liked, you'd have to just ''hope'' that nobody would get the idea to paint your house.
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