Concept: in the next animal crossing, they bring back Celeste’s observatory, but with an added twist…
A vagabond owl or other nocturnal creature visits your town occasionally at night, and if you find them, they teach you a new constellation. Making your own constellations in wild world was fun, but learning all the actual constellations in relationship to others would be kickass.
Then they show up in your sky at night in relation to whats in the sky irl in your location. Could turn connections between stars on/off for viewing purposes. And you can observe them, plus planets!! In the actual observatory using the telescope.
You already are collecting and learning about fish, bugs, art, and fossils, so why not space, too?
Bandai Namco Entertainment posted a press release, dated June 12, that announces the worldwide launch of a Dragon Ball Fighters “2.5D” fighting game on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam platforms in early 2018. According to the press release posted on Friday, Arc System Works (Guilty Gear, BlazBlue) is developing the game.
The game will feature 3 vs. 3 team battles. In the press release, producer Tomoko Hiroki says that unlike recent 3D Dragon Ball games, the new game’s 2.5D battles fuses 2D anime style with 3D camera angles and movements. With this, the game can recreate the motion of traditional animation in real time.
The press release states that the game will be available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Neutral Spanish, Polish, Russian, and Korean in North, Central, and South America; Europe; Asia; and Japan. However, it will only be available on Steam outside Japan.
This astronomical watch accurately tracks the position of the six planets visible from Earth. You can look down at your wrist at any time and know exactly where you are in the universe. (Also tells the time just in case you wanted that too) See more here