I found it strange that the Cute Chihuahua Dog Sunflower American Flag Shirt acting mayor held your hand to place your home, but you don’t get to do the same. It not only would keep my town beautiful, but it also would start that connection with your residents! I feel like this is going against the core conceit of the game. It already gives oh too much control IMOThe primary pitch if the original game was “the town keeps going on and living whether you played or not”.
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Especially on n64 and GameCube, this was incredibly unique, it put you in a Cute Chihuahua Dog Sunflower American Flag Shirt position where you were just a small part of a bigger tapestry. It made the village feel more real and alive, that things would grow regardless of whether you planted them, a villager would move in and out regardless of how much you like them, the game just didn’t revolve around you. Assigning a villager where to live is implicitly claiming “this is my town, don’t inconvenience me” which goes against this central premise. After giving it some thought, I agree.
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I loved New Leaf, but I wasn’t a big fan of the decision of making the Cute Chihuahua Dog Sunflower American Flag Shirt’s main playable character assume the role of mayor. Having more control also means having more micromanagement and tedium to deal with. I like this idea. As “mayor” you could show them around, and based on their interactions you might be able to tell where to build their house. If you can’t provide a spot they want, they may “think about it” and come back once you’ve met their requirements. Maybe each villager “type” would allow for different house styles to become available or other public works projects… The HHA could expand to rate your town. That could bring in more businesses to the town, special visitors, etc.
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