And if playing the first hour of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is telling, this entry into the Animal Crossing franchise won't let you down! As I was running around in-game with my newly created Animal Crossing buddy I realized that I wasn't too deserted by the games amazingly plush graphics or storytelling. I've seen some people on Twitter make themselves cry tears of joy at the launch of this game but as a pretty reasonable Nintendo fan who hasn't said goodbye to my love for Nintendo because I haven't felt like they've run around or hurt me. I've really known Nintendo for a long time and I think my hearts aching for more Nintendo franchises on mobile. But I think everyone knows on the inside what's going on and we know that Nintendo likes to make games and we we're gonna play them. And if you asked me how I was feeling about Nintendo getting into mobile I would say that I hope you're not too blind to see a Nintendo that's going to do ever more here. And seriously because if Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is an indicator Nintendo is never gonna give mobile up.