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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's new garden event improves on the last

There's a new gardening event in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and it feels a bit fairer than the last. January's garden event, the first of its type, was a huge grind - fuelled by some truly punishing random number generation (RNG). Fans complained, and Nintendo said it had heard the feedback. Roll on February, and the arrival of lovable otter Lottie from Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer.
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