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Random: Animal Crossing: New Horizons amiibo Glitch Results In Naked Bob | #1 Technology News Source by Kalen2utech
Published On: Sat, Oct 1st, 2022

Random: Animal Crossing: New Horizons amiibo Glitch Results In Naked Bob

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What is it with Animal Crossing: New Horizons and warn nudity? Whether it’s a accurate description of exemplary statues (junk and all!) or a uncanny glitch that done villagers remove their clothes, we’re starting to consternation if this is some tract of Tom Nook’s to beget seductiveness in some kind of nudist vacation spot.

Anyway, there’s some-more nakedness to come, and this time it’s in a form of everyone’s favourite purple cat villager, Bob:

This glitch has existed for a while — presumably even from a start, as a initial instance we could find was from Jun 2020, usually months after a game’s release. So, how does it happen? Why is Bob naked? For that matter, since is it always Bob?

Bob is a initial unchanging villager label in a amiibo series, and he’s also got a Jan 1st birthday. This isn’t fluke — Bob (or Nikoban, as he’s famous in Japan) was indeed a initial villager combined for Animal Crossing, as reliable in this Famitsu interview. Since he’s series one (or zero, since mechanism programming always starts during zero) of many, it’s expected that a diversion defaults to him when something goes wrong — that it apparently has here.

Interestingly, Bob doesn’t indeed contend his name when he appears, nakedly, instead observant something like “Hi! It’s !” or “I’m !” with a space where a name would be. And he’s exposed because…

…well, we don’t entirely know how Nintendo’s systems work, so we can usually speculate. But let’s contend that an amiibo label provides a diversion with a fibre of numbers — one series says that impression it is, what they’re wearing, what their name is, and so on. If there’s a glitch that gives a series as “000000”, afterwards a diversion finds what is matched to “0” for any box — that would be Bob’s model, no name, and no clothes.

Well, possibly that, or Bob’s going by a midlife crisis.

Have you seen Naked Bob in your game? Please call a military if so.

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