Many of Animal Crossing's fans are above the legal drinking age, so now would be the perfect time to bring the series' themes and content up to speed with its maturing demo. That's right, we're talking about making the Mii-beast with two Mii-backs. Technically, there have been ways to simulate hooking up, getting married, and having children-like characters in the past, but they've never felt involved enough. For Jump Out, making families doesn't have to be raunchy or even that complicated. We just want the option to officially pair off and make mini-Miis, and perhaps score rare items or challenges for our efforts.
On the flip-side, would it hurt to add a little PvP action? Maybe not an Animal Crossing Fight Club or Thunderdome, but just a few ways for scrappier players to rough it up a little with their neighbors. Tired of gardening? Start a paintball war. Feeling sneaky? Pilfer some bells from an unsuspecting homeowner. Small towns are all about sordid love affairs and grudge matches. Animal Crossing needs to grow up.