You can not blame people for wanting a match to Animal Crossing Bells have.... Gameplay.
Most the time when I enter a new franchise I wish to return and experience past titles. NH just convinced me to never touch the string again. It seems more like a technology demo than an actual game.
Inconvenience is not a great way to entertain people.
Adding some thing to do isn't gonna kill the segment of the game that is already there that people enjoy. Saying that NH is the largest step that the franchise has obtained since the initial game is probably the worst thing you could say about the series. Are you saying these games really had less to them than they do currently?
The remarks talking about devolution are just way off base. Of course if you don't enjoy collecting stuff and functioning on your town a little every day than you won't enjoy AC. There is a reason my friends list is full of those who have 300+ hours at the sport.
I have put hundreds of hours into Animal Crossing first and town folk.
I don't like to decorate, I like to collect. This game is not a good collecting game.
This game it seems just like Nintendo just decided to abandon that part of the fanbase.
The sport that is left over might be better for you, however for men and women who liked that other facet of AC it's bad.
I don't have any idea how it's a worse amassing game compared to those two. You will find far more things to accumulate and way more you can do with the things you accumulate.
Games evolve, normally. People like itkeeps the buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Nook Miles Ticket IP interesting. AC has not done that, whatsoever. It was great on the Gamecube, it's not amazing anymore.