Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival
I was prepared to call Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival the next big thing. Sadly a couple of things got in the way. First off Family Friendly Gaming rented Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival on the Wii U. This game is way overpriced at the sixty dollars. Families can not play Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival without Animal Crossing Amiibos. We tried all kinds of different Amiibos and Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival will not work at all without them.
That meant Animal Crossing Amiibos had to be purchased to even play Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival. That went over as well as a burp in church. Nintendo has billions in the bank, and they continue to fleece consumers at every opportunity. Why not have characters available without Amiibos being purchased? This is ridiculous.
Expect recycled graphics and sounds in Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival. It cost Nintendo less to develop, and they forget to pass the savings along to the consumer. Nintendo is showing what is wrong with the video game industry with the release of Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival on the Wii U.
There are mini games that can be found, or unlocked with cards. How do you get those cards? Pay Nintendo even more money. How crazy is that? Mainly what we could do in Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival was roll the dice and walk around the game board. Players get money added or taken away depending on where they land. Every single Mario Party game is better than Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival. There were some stinker Mario Party games too.
If you can get Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival with the two Amiibos for ten to fifteen dollars then you might enjoy it. Be careful of renting if you do not have any Animal Crossing Amiibos. That will just make you extremely angry at Nintendo for a very, very long time.
Family Friendly Factor: 50%
System: Wii U
Developer: Nd Cube, Nintendo EPD
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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