Monday, December 18, 2017

I used to be Andrew Carnegie... and now I live in a van.

Back in 2014, I wrote about how Animal Crossing: New Leaf was basically an Andrew Carnegie simulator: capitalism as perfection, and how to become a magnanimous millionaire.

Now, in 2017, I wrote for Zam about how I find Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp perhaps a better metaphor of how capitalism screws us all over than it meant to be.


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