You've made it to day three with everything completed leading up to it! If not don't worry, it's a pain how much longer it will take but you'll get there! Remember Animal Crossing is designed specifically not to be a race.
First things first! If you've finished the store on day 2 it'll be open today! Go check out Nooks Cranny for some fun finds!
You'll also want to spend a good chunk of the day harvesting resources. This'll be a daily task, especially in the beginning but it should save you a lot of frustration in the long run.
The museum will finally be open today (if you've stayed on top of everything, kudos). Get all those artifacts checked out that you've been holding onto, donate what you can and get some Bells for everything left over! Unless you want to build yourself some skeletons in your house (I would).
At this point you'll also be able to pick the housing plots for three new people assuming you've invited three people already. In a lot of ways it's easier having everyone close together but it's your island, design it the way you like best. You'll also be expected to build furniture for these residents before they can move in. As always it's best if you can get this all done in one day to speed up your play through.
Lastly you'll get to select a location to build a bridge! Think carefully now as although the first bridge is free, the rest will cost you a fair bit and won't be unlocked until later in game.
There's going to be a lot of free time moving forward from here. New residents moving and and your bridge becoming available for use being some major events but mainly a lot of resource hunting. Either from your own island of from other islands you visit but try and build up that stockpile as much as you can.
The resident Services tent will become a real building unlocking more things for you to be able to do/build, for a charge of course.
Remember to keep up your Nook Miles Streak by using the ABD everyday. If you're going to be logging in anyway might as well get the most of it!
Playstation has come out with everyone's best interests at heart. Our wallets. With the free release of 10 games for both 2D and the VR experience you're sure to find something that interests you. Assuming that you play Playstation that is.
I spent a lot of time looking into what games were worth spending money on for my VR headset. After a lot of time looking into what was out there and testing out a bunch of free ones I landed on BeatSaber being my first real purchase.
Free games tend to be a large hit or miss market. There are some out there that are far too fun and should be charging something. While others aren’t worth the time it takes to download them. Bait is something that falls into the category of being worth the effort.
The initial hurdles of getting into the system can be frustrating. Honestly something that I found a little frustrating was attempting to read my WIFI password and enter it into the VR headset although I can only see where I am typing when I have the headset on. Aside from that the main struggles were just related to learning how to properly function with a headset on. The controls are very comfortable and easy to use making the process easier. After getting past that I got sucked into using the headset way way too much.
With the latest update to Stardew Valley there’s more reason than ever to get back into the game! Especially if you own it on console. SPLIT SCREEN CO-OP!!!!! This was a long time coming but even so I still am taken back by how much extra enjoyment is added to the game by playing it split screen with my partner.
Looking for a mobile game that not only has massive draw but will also get you out of the house? Something that you can play with others and even meet new people through? Ingress from Niantic is the game you're looking for.
There are a few games that are a major part of my childhood and Mario 64 is one of the top games of the “throwback” category to me. I remember spending hours trying to get through the simplest of tasks and I'm glad to say that as an adult the game is not so intimidating. Updated with smoother controls really elevates the gameplay to something a lot more enjoyable.
So a review of this game would be kinda absolutely useless based on the age of it. It’s been out forever so instead it lands as a Throwback to all those old games that bring back wonderful childhood memories. Much like Super Mario 64, I recall playing Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 obsessively as a child. Although it might not hold up as well as some games, the nostalgia is always nice.
It's finally here! Hyrule Warriors: age of calamity came out today. Did you wonder what happened during those 100 years that link was napping? Get your hands on Hyrule Warriors to see what went down. Not sure about the game? Grab the free demo on the Nintendo eShop and test it out for yourself.
Darkest Dungeon is captivating as soon as you start it up but will that maintain. With so many games out there some just aren't worth your time and for me Darkest dungeon falls into the latter category.
Looking for an open world game full of quests yet with the options to craft and farm? Yonder might be what you've been waiting for! With its mix of crafting elements to build up the world and exploration you'll find yourself scouring the island to save the inhabitants from the murk that is taking over this island.