- Oct 27, 2017
100% agreed! And I recently picked up a Wii specifically to play Animal Crossing GameCube haha. The clock battery on my cube was dead (so AC would always load up at the time of day I left it at), and it turns out it’s WAY easier to replace that on a Wii than it is a GameCube - not to mention Animal Crossing can run in progressive scan mode via Wii component cables (way cheaper than GameCube ones).heck yeah, represent!
One of the many things I love about New Horizons is that it’s so radical and innovative that it feels suitably supplemental to the GCN version, like I could play both at once and feel like I’m getting markedly different experiences between them. In fact, I’m thinking about picking up a GameCube.
I’d go for a Wii! (Not as nostalgic but probably more practical)