I totally get his purpose and tbh do Animal Crossing Items not think yours invalidates his, but yeah, I roll my eyes when I see something like this.
Especially bad in MMO subreddits in which hyper-power-users will complain'There is NOTHING TO DO in this match! Trust me, I've played it for 1400 hours, I would know'
Like. . .Do these 1400 hours mean nothing? If your purpose is that you loved the game so much from the past and X new update/installment completely undid all that goodwill - great. That's an argument.
But when I see folks only spend four paragraphs straight-up shitting on every aspect of a game, then throw in'also I played for 120 hours', I get annoyed. At least admit that they must have done something right to get you to spend literal days of your life on it.
And in a game designed for a brief narrative experience, I'd get your stage.
But Animal Crossing has an expectation: You turn it on and interact with it possibly 30 - 90 minutes a day, and do this for months. So if someone is giving it up a month, month and a half in, it failed in exactly what it was supposed to perform, at least to get that person.
He idea is to convey credibility and that they're talking from experience rather than blindly hating about the match.
Individuals are putting 500 hours into New Horizons. Maybe you aren't because that's not the type of game you wish to playwith. The person who stated 50 hours is proposing for diverse content that has never been at an Animal Crossing game. So it's obvious to cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Items me that the Reason he/she cannot get 500 hours from this game is because Animal isn't the kind of game that may drive them to play 500 hours anymore