Sometimes, we are surprised by some of the inadequate opinions that we usually find online, and how could it be otherwise, this is happening with Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and this time, after the famous article that tried to add fuel to the fire of negativity against the title, this time we find another with similar intentions from the English medium The Independent,
We leave you with an extract of the same in which he criticizes the visit to islands of miles so you can get an idea of its continued tone:
In the game you can deforest, fish and loot as you please, leaving behind you a large number of stumps and holes in the ground. After you have drained every last drop of value from an island's resources, you can return to your own, and the island you left behind is sunk in the ocean after being used. It is almost as if the game is giving the ancient kōan (zen term) its personal touch: if 30 trees fall in a forest, and nobody will ever know about them, do they make any other sounds besides "cha-ching" (onomatopoeia of the sound that money makes)?
What do you think? What do you think about what he points out (quite destructively) Article? Do not hesitate to leave it in the comments!