No, they're all Magikarp, shut the **** up.
Eastern Vvanderfell hates outlanders, I get it. But why would the people refuse to trade with me? It's money. Everyone loves money. Luckily had the recall spell ready or I'd have to hike back through the barren wasteland areas.
3DS FC: 1478-4144-3572
Trying to motivate myself to play: Ace Attorney 5, Strange Journey, Skyrim.
Racists ain't the most logical of persons.
Derped on through the Cave of Ordeals with few problems thanks to some timely Magic Armor usage... although, my callous lack of caution when dealin' with this one floor of a poe and four armored Lizalfos ****ed me real hard. I'm not stupid and jumped down there with all five enemies alive; bomb arrow'd three Lizalfos t' death and got impatient, so I foolishly jumped down. Now, here's the problem: ya can't block a poe's attack. You can't attack a Lizalfos until it attacks you, and by that time the poe will of attacked and ****ed up your timing. Naturally, one decides to kill the poe first.
... 'Cept that doesn't work either, since as Wolf Link your jump attack will grab one enemy (or miss finishing the poe 'cause of ****in' bad programming...), leadin' to you gettin' hit. I had to use two fairies from that one floor... ._.; Certainly would've done my pride good to three-heart run the cave without usin' a single item, but oh well. Didn't use any other fairies at least, though I did pop my Fairy Tears t' tear apart those three Darknuts quicker. At that point I realized I missed a howling stone and never got the Great Spin... would've been mighty helpful since I was at full health 'til floor 40-somethin', but obviously was unnecessary.
Now all I gotta do is beat SS' boss rush in Hero mode during a six-heart run and I'll be good. It's an actual challenge since you can't use potions/fairies. I sure as shit won't beat it in one go, that's for sure...
I have deduced Animal Crossing t' be inferior to Minecraft in every way, 'cept structure... in which case such a quality is only limitation.
'Course, I've barely played AC: Wild World, so that may be a hasty conclusion I'll take back later. Doubt it though.
Minecraft probably is better. I still really like Animal Crossing, and if I knew more about Minecraft I'm sure I could argue areas that Animal Crossing is better in.
And of course, New Leaf > Wild World
♦ The Fuchsia City Guru ♦
There are none. Even when comparing vMinecraft to AC... or so my two hours of logged game time tells me.
Speakin' of logged game time, I caught a Neosquid. Which is funny since my gates ain't open... And we ain't even playin' the same game... ... ...
If you're into designing the interiors of houses, like I am, that's somefin. Animal Crossing also has actual characters, I don't recall Minecraft having any characters. Not sure how complex the skins in Minecraft get, but I'm leaning towards Animal Crossing having better character aesthetic customization. I'm sure there's more.
Minecraft is the better game, the little time I've actually spent in Minecraft tells me that. Animal Crossing is pretty laid back and I can see where some people would find it boring, though it does beat Minecraft in some areas, as stated.
Throw me back in the water you piece of shit
♦ The Fuchsia City Guru ♦
If you're into house buildin', then Minecraft utterly destroys AC. ... But only if you're willin' to learn, as it ain't anywhere as simple as plunkin' down a bunch of blocks. Don't get me started on interior buildin' neither, it's bloody mad all the things you need to memorize t' make a proper 'n good house in Minecraft.
I've yet t' see where AC bests Minecraft at all, 'sides the fact it's much less of a time sink. Ya don't need t' build objects from scratch and really dig int' your creativity like one would do in Minecraft. T'is the only thing "better" 'bout AC from what I can tell. And to be fair that is quite a good thing when players who have a life are the concern.