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6 Mind-Blowing Recreations In Animal Crossing New Horizons

We’re back with another video that highlights amazing community creations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This week, Persia takes a look at six of her favorite in-game recreations.

These recreations run the gamut from video games like The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Pokemon Gold & Silver to anime like Spirited Away and live-action TV series like Parks and Rec. With a little imagination, the multitude of items, vegetation, landscaping tools, and furniture in New Horizons can be used to transform your island or home into a clever reference to your favorite location or setting from pop culture.

All of the recreations that Persia goes over aren’t ranked–they’re listed out in a random order. We here at GameSpot just want to celebrate some of the cool stuff that the community has created.

In GameSpot’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons review, Kallie Plagge writes, “New Horizons has a slower pace even than other Animal Crossing games, and at times, that can feel unnecessarily restrictive. But there’s still plenty to do, and each of those activities feeds into the next brilliantly for a rewarding and relentlessly cheerful experience. New Horizons certainly came at the right time, and its strengths are particularly comforting right now. I’m as excited to see what random events await me each morning as I am glad to have it during hard times, and that’s sure to keep me coming back for the foreseeable future.”

ZavJ’s Spirited away Boiler Room: https://bit.ly/3ddhvHF

ruilarryliu’s 2008 Olympic scroll: https://bit.ly/3cc5HnE

OhSoPrecious16’s Parks and Rec Scene: https://bit.ly/3gvymaH

Iggy524’s Shibuya Crossing: https://bit.ly/3dcHSxo

Hyrule_game’s Ocarina of Time Courtyard: https://bit.ly/3gGY7oC

hinopika’s Pokemon Gold and Silver island: https://bit.ly/36EZMqb

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