Features like being able to decorate homes and fashion designs. That kind of stuff have mass appeal.
It does too, and it could easily be accomplished on Mobile. That's why I said what I did of why this seems, ominous. If way more people/users(different ones, I might add) can get their fix through Mobile(without any loss of gameplay mechanic/premise/aspect) instead of the actual game for their main systems, what would be the point of mass producing said games for the systems? It just spells 'trouble ahead' for me.
No one asked or wanted Amiibo festival. It was only made to sell more toys.
And when they didn't get the sales they were after, they practically abandoned it, and even all Amiibos thereafter it would seem. The reason for the decline of interest in those Amiibo was two fold: 1. Too Much too soon, they were released along with 5 of the Smash Line; people didn't feel like getting them if it meant missing out on the Smash line, because they were smart enough to know not to trust Nintendo with handling restocks appropriately. 2. The quality of the Animal Crossing line was crappy compared to the Smash Line, people didn't feel like they were worth $14; Maybe $7, but still they'd be smart enough to avoid the buyers remorse surrounding them.