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Nintendo and LEGO Group have had great success with their LEGO Super Mario series, and now it seems they’re finally ready to expand to more Nintendo franchises. In a short teaser posted on Thursday morning, LEGO Animal Crossing was revealed. Details on the collaboration are limited, but you can check out the teaser below.

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martynstuff

Sigh...more capitalism of making the consumer go into debt by charging them extortionate amounts of money to build simple structures. Of course, some will pay for this and ignore the obvious flaws in the system.

But enough about Tom Nook. This Lego set looks cute

nicodarunia

7M ago

Shouldn’t this be a Top Story?


the8bitlego

7M ago

Hopefully, we get a variety of sets from the series and not exclusively New Horizons. Isabelle has her more "New-Leaf"-esc design, which is a good sign! I'm going to spend so much on this theme...


tendonin

7M ago

The next Animal Crossing game should let you swap villagers’ heads onto other bodies too.


martynstuff

7M ago

Sigh...more capitalism of making the consumer go into debt by charging them extortionate amounts of money to build simple structures. Of course, some will pay for this and ignore the obvious flaws in the system.

But enough about Tom Nook. This Lego set looks cute


conangiga

7M ago

For a second I thought it was a LEGO Animal Crossing GAME...


It's really not clear. I had to look elsewhere to know for sure because the trailer does not specify


hawk

7M ago

There's a lot of potential with this property in Lego form. I can think of all sorts of sets a person might want to build.

Although, the characters sure do lose a bit of their charm when their bodies are rigid plastic with harsh corners. But I don't know what else you do... Lego minifigures are iconic and I wouldn't mess with them.

 
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